News Neanderthal Park by Jeffrey Miller November 28, 2008 written by Jeffrey Miller November 28, 2008 What could it hurt? 3 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Ascension Press next post Abortion and contraception sleaze You may also like Gonzaga University Approves Knights of Columbus as Official... May 1, 2013 Sincerist form of flattery? October 26, 2008 Surprised by Tooth May 16, 2003 Catholics in the Public Square November 7, 2004 Joe Garagiola November 18, 2004 Update on Fr. Mary Stone October 6, 2008 A strict account February 21, 2003 The consequences March 14, 2008 Father Pat — a missionary on loan September 24, 2003 Boots and Habit December 12, 2005 3 comments Fr. Seraphim Beshoner, TOR November 28, 2008 - 1:41 pm Cue unfrozen caveman lawyer jokes Reply bear-i-tone November 29, 2008 - 11:36 am Wow.. you could make a movie or three about this sort of thing… Oh, wait. To quote Jeff Goldblum from Jurassic Park: “You scientists were so busy trying to figure out if the could do something they never stopped to wonder if they should.” Reply Adeodatus November 30, 2008 - 1:26 am I’m sorry, my fascination with elephants just totally gets in the way here. I want, nay need, to have mammoths brought back. And then I’m going to ride one. In fact, if they become commercially available, I’m getting one. Then I’m putting a bumper sticker on my Hyundai that says “My other car is a MAMMOTH”. Also: armored howda = war mammoth. I’m on board with the moral outrage re: Neanderthals, etc. But let’s not get hasty on this mammoth thing. The future already doesn’t have flying cars. Are you really going to take away my mammoths, too? Have a heart! Also, I’ll train my mammoth to slay heretics. There’s a car with an Obama sticker at my parish… a little green VW… that thing is totally mammoth fodder. This is gonna be great! Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.