Geologists help identufy this fossil.

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  1. Love, Aug 24, 2011
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    Asbestos. Avoid licking it.
     
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    Never mind that.

    Why is he still touting New Supreme Chicken Sandwich, at McChoke n' Puke??
     
  4. waloshin, Aug 24, 2011
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    The geological engineer and geologist I work with told me what it was, but I forget.
     
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    Does he specialize in the properties of lube??
     
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    Hmm. Perhaps you should ask him the next time you're at work?
     
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    iJohn, are you expounding the value of KY and the next post will be to tell him where he should lodge his lode?
    KGB:D
     
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    He already has this knowledge.

    We see his load lodged here at least once a week.

    (Yes, I got the mother lode reference.) :p
     
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    that is an ancient Chicken McNugget ... at least 35 million years old.
     
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    I'm reminded of an incident when I was in 3rd grade; a fellow student's father was a geologist and brought in a sampling of his rock collection for us. There was one particular piece that he seemed very proud of and passed around the class. When it made its way through the hands of a classroom full of third graders, he told us what it was.

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    Petrified turtle poop. <--answer here
     
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    An early evolutionary ancestor of the iPod, of course. I'm surprised no one here recognised it. :rolleyes:

    I don't know how many songs it would hold though, and obviously it doesn't have a click wheel because cavemen had not yet invented the wheel.
     
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    Hahaha! You rock. :D
     
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    Ah yes, music for your shell like ear.
    KGB:)
     

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