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Person Above you thread - X-Kal - 08-27-2005 08:56 PM

Why Two Kay Wrote:The person above me used 2 emoticons in his post.

Aaand, the person above me used none.

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Person Above you thread - RadarListener - 08-28-2005 12:49 AM

the person above me thinks he's "1337"


Person Above you thread - Why Two Kay - 08-28-2005 01:46 AM

The person above me is not the person below me.


Person Above you thread - X-Kal - 08-28-2005 05:26 AM

The person above me is the person above me :razz:

I think we're getting alittle shameless with our responses :roll:


Person Above you thread - =KMB=Snipita - 08-28-2005 08:09 AM

i dont know the person above me Tongue
im newbie


Person Above you thread - Why Two Kay - 08-28-2005 03:00 PM

The person above me is a newbie. Yay, a noobie!!! :razz:


Person Above you thread - Large Duck - 08-28-2005 05:43 PM

the person above me is allways ready to point out the obvious and is often a monkey


Person Above you thread - Why Two Kay - 08-28-2005 09:31 PM

The person above me needs to explain what he means by "monkey"


Person Above you thread - RadarListener - 08-29-2005 12:08 AM

A monkey is any member of two of the three groupings of simian primates. These two groupings are the New World and Old World monkeys of which together there are nearly 200 species. Because of their similarity to monkeys, apes such as chimpanzees and gibbons are sometimes incorrectly called monkeys. Also, a few monkey species have the word "ape" in their common name. Because they are not a single coherent group, monkeys do not have any important characteristics that they all share and are not shared with the remaining group of simians, the apes.

Monkeys range in size from the Pygmy Marmoset, at 10 cm (4 inch) long (plus tail) and 120 g (4 oz) in weight to the male Mandrill, almost 1 metre (3 ft) long and weighing 35 kg (75 lb). Some are arboreal (living in trees), some live on the savanna; diets differ among the various species but may contain any of the following: fruit, leaves, seeds, nuts, flowers, insects, spiders, eggs and small animals.

Some characteristics are shared among the groups; most New World monkey have prehensile tails while Old World monkeys do not; some have trichromatic colour vision like that of humans, others are dichromats or monochromats. Although both the new and old world monkeys, like the apes, have forward facing eyes, the faces of Old World and New World monkeys look very different though again, each group shares some features such as the types of noses, cheeks and rumps. To understand the monkeys, therefore, it is necessary to study the characteristics of the different groups individually.


Person Above you thread - Why Two Kay - 08-29-2005 12:28 AM

The person above me is a smartass. :razz: