Life Is Like...
A leaky rowboat. A bag of Jelly Bellies. The Starship Titanic. A broken pencil. That plate you forgot about under your bed, that time you were drunk and eating pizza while watching "Blazing Saddles" for the umpteenth time. Life.
Hi! Jolly lovely day it is to be a part of H2G2. Now all I have to do is find the time to write stuff for y'all.
About me. Love movies (especially horror and Sci-Fi), work for a small movie company, attempting to sell a manuscript, hoping (rather futilely) that the WWF will get back to their heyday and hire some new costumers and writers.
Scientists concerned with astronauts getting tired of food in a toob have been experimenting with growing flesh without the bother of an entire animal. They've managed to grow goldfish fillets in a nutrient solution. Why is this a good idea? Meat without residue. Know how much a cow eats just to produce one steak? How many fish a crocodile had to chow down on to produce one tail fillet? ... Not that anyone has volunteered to cook up their experiment. Reminds me of that scene in "The Fly" with the teleported steak...
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