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September 28, 2005

Where baby pandas come from

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Prim pandas probed by peeping satellites

Scientists in China have announced that they are preparing to use satellites to expose the notoriously obscure world of panda sex.

According to Xinhua, the state news agency, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) is teaming up with the Zoological Society of San Diego to use satellites and global positioning technology to explore the love lives of pandas deep in the wild. [Times Online]

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satellite of love?

Oh man, I love that pic. I can't decide if the expression is "Hello, I'm the cutest fucking creature on the face of the planet" or "I tell ya, I got a million of 'em!"

Plus, you can see the panda's "thumb."

It's amazing, even alarming, that there's so much "panda love" out there. Where does it come from? Where does it go? Is it "good" for us?
Hell! Who cares? Damn he's cute.

Heh. Tempting me. They'll have to aim that shit at Pandagoner Jesse, since Pandagoner Amanda is most definitely going without.

pandas probed by peeping satellites

"I tell ya, there was this bright light, I couldn't move, and then some joker was sticking something up my ass."

"Damned humans."

It's a shame my College of Medicine Porno-Funk Ensemble isn't still together; we could have gotten a gig scoring the footage.

My Crybaby pedal is still around here somewhere...

High five!

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