[clug] Windows 10 upgrade
scott.ferguson.clug at gmail.com
Wed Jun 3 03:26:07 MDT 2015
On 03/06/15 18:44, Sam Couter wrote:
> On 03/06/2015 5:37 pm, "Scott Ferguson" <scott.ferguson.clug at gmail.com
> <mailto:scott.ferguson.clug at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> OK, the "Sea Monkeys" were a sort of lice, not actual primates, but they
>> did "live" when mixed with water. I never ordered the Xray glasses.
> Sea monkeys are brine shrimp, a crustacean.
Yes, that was poetic/dramatic license used to make a point about fraud -
sorry if that inaccuracy misled some (specially sensitive or gullible).
But I guess "expecting monkeys and getting crabs" might have worked as well.
"Sea monkeys" is a patented(?) hybrid shrimp (Artemia NYOS) from the
same guy that flogged the x-ray glasses (which worked no more than "sea
monkeys" could be trained to do "tricks" or "swim in formation"). Sea
lice are a different class but same family (Crustacea).
As naive children we all wanted the "sea monkeys" - instead we got
copepods, or tadpoles for Xmas. At least I wasn't dumb enough to ask
"Santa" for an ant-farm...
> Good live food for aquarium
> fish, cheap, easy to grow, can be sent to you via normal mail.
And good bait for warm water fish (as are the copepods, which can also
be sent by mail with different outcomes).
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