1. Cuttlefish says

    Just remember… Gold, silver, diamonds, and that green paper stuff you cherish so much? All of it has “value” only because you say it does. You are trading rocks and tree pulp for things of real value. The difference between rich and poor is who has more shiny rocks.

    I’ll be over here in my junk-covered slum, happy.

  2. azpaul3 says

    Oh, neat! I’d heard about them but they are so rare I’d never seen one before. In the upper right quad, with tentacles splayed out like a tripod, is the ever so rare Cameractopus (Octopus photografis).

    Look at the lens on that thing! I wonder what her pixel count is?

  3. CHARLES says

    Throwing things and, to all intents and porpoises, building stuff …

    I, for one, welcome our new cephalopod overlords

  4. unclefrogy says

    this got posted in the wrong thread

    few thousand scallop shells and marine life covering a small structure that was probably originally metal.

    see that is clear evidense that they are descendants from extraterrestrial beings and some still congregate around the crash site even though the ship has long ago lost all its coherence and lies unrecognizable beneath the pile of shells and rubble at the bottom of the sea.
    do not disturb the Ship!!!
    uncle frogy