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Ears Without a Face July 19, 2006

Posted by Andy in andy roth, soapbox, startrek.
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Which came first – the chicken or the egg? If a tree falls in the woods with no one around to hear it, does it still make a sound? Does the light really go off when you shut the refrigerator door? Mary-Anne or Ginger?

These are all controversial questions that have been debated throughout time. Now, I’d like to add another question to this list:

Are ears part of the face?

Some people think yes and some think no. Who’s to say who is right?

I am. The yes people are right. Ears are part of the face.

Picture the face of someone you know. Did you picture ears? I expect so. Describe the face in this picture:

spock

Could you do it without mentioning the ears? I think not.

Let’s face it, ears are part of the face. I’m glad that is settled. As for the other great questions, here are the answers:

Chicken

Yes

Yes, but only for a few moments. It then comes back on when the food item come to life and have conversations and adventures as shown in TV commercials

-Mary-Anne

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Comments»

1. Jesse Wins! - September 24, 2008

EARS ARE NOT A PART OF THE FACE! I REFUSE TO LOSE TO KEELY!

2. Jesse Wins! - October 1, 2008

dude.. you deleted my blog….. NOT COOL!

3. Andy - October 1, 2008

Dude – maybe next time don’t write your “blog” in the comments of someone else’s blog. Though ears are part of the face, your “blog” is not part of this post.

4. Jesse Wins! - October 2, 2008

Pshhh. it is TOTALLY part of this post, and ears cannot be part of the face, if ears were a part of the face than in medical books, ears and the face would not be referred to as ‘ears and the face’ while eyes and the face are only referred to as ‘the face’.

5. Alvin Sam - October 2, 2008

I am sorry but I must agree with jesse on this one… his blog was MUCH better than your blog….. and it was very uncool to delete his, he got you 12,000 hits in only a week! That’s pretty damn impressive. And ya, if the ears were a part of the face than that would make keely right, so therefore it is absolutly impossible for the ears to be a part of the face.

6. Andy - October 2, 2008

Nice try “Alvin”. Too bad you have the same IP address as Jesse.

7. Alvin Sam - October 2, 2008

…uhh.. I do not see how I can have the same IP adress as someone I do not even know.

8. KAY EE EE ELLE WHY - October 2, 2008

MUAHAHAHHAHAAAA!!!!!! Of course ears are part of the face you stupid human worm babies. Surprized I am not, your pittiful species is fight inferior to the probing knowledge of Keely. The chicken couldnt have come first, its impossible. I’m sure millions of things have popped out eggs long before your suposed “mammal chicken” roamed the earth. anyways…. keely wins, jesse sucks, any guy, for half a buck.

9. Jojo - May 7, 2009

Hi! Which is 1st the egg or the chick ? and why?

10. Jesse - May 26, 2009

the chicken had to have evolved before the CHICKEN EGG (not neccesserily before eggs of other animals). This is because due to evolution, the chicken species had to have first evolved before it is capable of producing eggs of it’s own species. What actually happened was some other bird slowly began to evolve into what we know as a chicken, and simultaneously, the egg of this unknown bird species was slowly evolving into what we know as a chicken egg. BUT eggs are pretty much ‘copies’ of the animals DNA, (so a chicken produces a chicken egg, a half-chick produces a half-chicken egg). So therefore the chicken had to have evolved before it was capable of producing a chicken egg. BUT if the last mutation that occured to make this chicken-like animal into a modern chicken occured TO THE EGG ITSELF, the egg evolved first. If this mutation affected the CHICKEN to make it a modern chicken (which in turn produced a modern chicken egg), the chicken evolved first.

~Fin

11. Jesse - May 26, 2009

…so ya, YOU LOSE KEELY! THE CHICKEN CAME BEFORE THE EGG! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! JESSE WINS AGAIN!….7 MONTHS LATER… BUT STILL, I WON EVENTUALLY! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!


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