Is there a chimp in the family tree?

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  1. oknow

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    I heard on the radio that researchers have identified two groups of chimps that have effectively entered the Stone age as far as there development and behavior goes. Using and even making rudimentary tools. All they need now is to start eating more bone marrow and in a few thousand years we could have a whole new voting block for the Dem's
     
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    Just that one cousin.
    The rest of my family is more or less human.
     
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    A popular notion is; if you put a monkey in front of a typewriter they will eventually write a word!
    Just sends chills down your back doesn't it?
     
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    Bears dig clams.
     
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    Ants cultivate and then harvest fungus.. and wear tiny little overalls.
     
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    The next evolutionary step is becoming a Salmon snagger.
     
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    I think that first guy used to fish with us for winter steelhead at the mouth of Clear Creek on the Clack.
     
  9. Caveman Jim

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    Hey, even the best drift fishermen fish FOR monkeys once in a while.... you know when ya try n whip yer bait under the overhanging trees (where the fish are hiding) & manages to defy your ability to cast like a professional fisherman!!!!
    Expletives ensue and the circus freaks lined up next to you are all a laffin n rollin roun on the gravel bar, yeah, cheap entertainment ain't cheap.... neither are us Monkey fishers.....:oops::oops::oops:
     
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    You could say the same thing about training them to do fiber optics splicing.... lol SalmonriverJohn knows what I'm a talkin bout....;)
     
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    Those chimps have less facial hair than Jim!:eek:

    Jim:

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    Chimp: IMG_0629.JPG
     
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    Picking fleas off your brother/sister for an afternoon snack is a broad hint!:s0170:
     
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    Yessir, when they asked what I needed for a tool allotment next year, I smiled that toothy grin and replied "bigger rocks and sticks sir" and him being the branch manager and all, well I got a new stick.:D
     
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    Hey Jim, have you been using just for men?
    I swear it was whiter in color last time we met!
     
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    My Chris Kringle days are almost over my friend so I'll be a full fledged Santa in a few years...;)
     
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    Does if count if trump can peel a banana with his feet?
     

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