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  1. says

    Oh so that’s what the “Santa” one looked like. I saw your cup, but couldn’t see the reverse so couldn’t see the whole design. Cute!

  2. says

    OK… not that I’m complaining, since I speak spanish, but the comments here seem to be listing the time posted in … spanish?

  3. says

    I actually wasted way too much time looking up the evolutionary relationship between firs, poinsettias, holly, and mistletoe. Though I ended up having to effectively estimate the branch lengths, which bothered me for a while until I realized no one would probably care :P

  4. RdeG says

    Nice! I wonder how we could fit /Homo toymakerus/ into the homonid family tree, and how we could reconcile its small size, pointy ears, and other characteristics with its apparent polar habtat? Santa at least has an unusually large surface area to volume ratio for a hominid, which would be useful in that climate, but elves’ ratios are abnormally small. And their ears would be susceptible to frostbite.However, I can’t resist the urge to nitpick: your reindeer appear to have horse-like hooves, and your first proto-reindeer appears to have three toes. Reindeer are cervids, which are /even-toed/ ungulates!

  5. JN122 says

    Irrefutable Proof! Evolution impossible!Congressman John Shimkus Quoted the Bible to prove that there is no global warming.”The Earth will end only when God declares it’s time to be over. Man will not destroy this Earth..” I’m not sure what this says about global warming, but it does prove that evolution never happened.As created by God 6,000 years ago his brain has never ‘evolved’.Congressman J. Shimkus is never left the Garden of Eden.

  6. chicagodyke says

    it’s why we blog. stealing from the comments = almost as good as “stealing from the Masters.”

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