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    Lightbulb Primordial Soup - let's make some!

    Like the story "Stone Soup"...what will you bring to add?

    My contribution: Yukon Gold potatoes.
    Dip me in ink and toss me to the Poets.

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    "Primordial" suggests meat 'n' potatoes. I mean, can you go back farther than that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonM435 View Post
    "Primordial" suggests meat 'n' potatoes. I mean, can you go back farther than that?
    I don't know.

    Just add something!

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    Algae and lichens, Mm--mm!
    "I'm planning to live forever. So far, that's working perfectly." Steven Wright

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    Not to my lichen, I'm afraid.

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    I'll add some prime ordinals in there.

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    The secret to good mammoth meat is to pound it between rocks until it's less tough than the mammoth's hide.
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    Lots and lots of amino acids.

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    I give you the rare Pacific narrow-body, as it leaves the water for the first time:

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    Join David Attenborough and I as we watch these rare creatures return to the mountain streams in which they were born, as they try to climb the shore, evolve, spawn and then die. Their passage upstream is fraught with danger, from rapids, waterfalls and hungry grizzly Airbuses.

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