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June 18, 2005

Sheep and goats

But when the Son of Man comes in his glory,
and all the holy angels with him, then he will sit on the throne of his glory.
Before him all the nations will be gathered,
and he will separate them one from another,
as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats.
He will set the sheep on his right hand, but the goats on the left.

--Matthew 25:31-33

Well, not yet...

A GEEP – the first recorded surviving cross in the UK of a sheep and a goat – has been born on the Isle of Islay.

Via Thrasymachus.


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So is that what's so evil about cloning? (all you really need to fear is the combination of cats and rabbits).

I think I dread cogs or dats more.

Tastes like turducken, I hear.

All we like sheep
Have gone astraaaayaaayaaayaaay

Good scotch from the Isle of Islay. . . .

So, this klamb (or kamb or lid or klid) is the very first individual who is a REAL independent! Not on the Left, not on the Right, straight in the middle!

Well, this'll put off the apocalypse for a while, thank the powers that be.

Aside to Flint: A friend owns a dog of mixed breed that she calls a dat -- that is, it stays inside and sleeps most of the day.

They are tampering with the very mysteries of life itself and will pay!!!!

Where's Mary Shelly when you need her?

Good comment about Mary Shelly.

One of my interpretations of theme is that society creates its own monsters and then tortures them for existing.

Too bad the work has been distorted and exploited over the years...

I can see where you'd need to keep an eye on the shepherds when there's nothing much around but whisky and sheep, but the goats?

Mares eat oats and does eat oats, but little Klambs eat ivy. Klids will eat ivy too, wouldn't you!

Shit! this jsut went up in degree of difficulty by many orders of magnitude!

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