January 02, 2007
Irrefutable Long Horse Evidence
On December 4th, 2006, Skeptic said,
Please provide a picture of a skeleton or some other irrefutable evidence. If you are doing this as a joke, grow up and shut up. Thank you.
Well, Mr. Skeptic, here's your picture, kindly provided by The National Long Horse Museum in Hauteives, France. We long horse believers are quite sure that if you continue to deny this irrefutable long horse proof, you simply don't want to believe.
Unfortunately the skeleton is not in the best of condition. When I asked the Director of the museum to comment on this, he replied, "Vous croyez vraiment ceci? Vous des Américains croire n'importe quoi." I don't really understand French, but I think this roughly translates to,
Is this not a grand and astounding work of nature? You bet it is... so we now share it with you, our dearest Americans; you will always be like brothers and sisters to us (and three cheers for the long horse)!
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I can, in fact, verify your translation. It is perfect. (I am qualified to say this, as I have a GCSE in French. Grade A, and all!)
Posted by: Foo | Jan 2, 2007 12:07:57 PM
Don't spines usually curve? If you straightened a human's spine out we'd all be a few inches longer as well.
Posted by: Linda | Jul 9, 2008 11:42:09 AM
Sorry, but the translation says:
You really think this? You Americans believe anything.
Posted by: Aaron | Aug 12, 2010 6:18:06 PM
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