Saturday, May 16, 2009

What the Shrek?

I don’t understand a word of it, but it looks like a couple of ogres got married…

[added later] Someone sent me a translation.

Friday, May 15, 2009

Long Island paper picks up the monster

Long Island’s Newsday is finally getting in on the Montauk Monster action. This time, at least, there’s some more info than just an image, and random speculation.

See the Newsday article.

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And, finally: Newsday’s interesting piece, 4o Creatures that may or may not Exist.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

…and yet again

Main stream media picked up the Montauk Monster again. This time MSNBC is reporting on blog reporting. Amusing, but still sad for the poor expired creature.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Montauk monster is back… again

I swore I wouldn’t mention the poor Montauk Monster again, but this is a new creature, actually. I can’t remember what ever came of that. Was it a hoax? Was it a viral ad campaign for some movie? Were all the rumors just speculation?
I don’t have the answers, but I’m intrigued enough to follow what The Ampersand has to say.
I’m inclined to believe it’s not a sea monster at all, but some wacky experimental animal from Plum Island.

Sunday, May 10, 2009

Scientists disprove my existence… dorks

Hmm. This is fishy. Inspired by the success of Twilight, I’m sure; physicists supposedly have proved that is impossible for vampires to exist.
Hel-looooo? Some of us prefer ketchup to you sour blood. Give it up, and go find a cure for cancer or something.
I found this awful anti-vambite bit at io9. Thanks for posting. Spread the word on these dorks so they can be the autumn’s Thanksgiving turkeys. I’m sure there are some vampires out there that celebrate it.

Friday, May 8, 2009

Eminent domain for bats

The bats won a battle, finally. Their home was destroyed, but at least the law was in their dugout fighting the good fight for them. A developer was obliged to build a new home for these rare brown long-eared bats if he wanted to demolish the home they were already living in.
But, dang, what about all the memories in their old home?

Read the article.