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written by Mcwgogs on Oct 07, 2006 19:44
well it seems to be squished, there's a puddle of guts on the end of it
written by Cryoburner on Oct 07, 2006 20:19
Phreakcustom said:
well i guess i didnt think about that, i just thought they happened to catch it as it was passing by.
Yeah, I'm sure that insect just landed on the lens of the satellite. That must have been a exhausting trip. : P

Mcwgogs said:
well it seems to be squished, there's a puddle of guts on the end of it
No, he's just forming a crop circle.
written by Phreakcustom on Oct 07, 2006 20:50
Cryoburner said:
Yeah, I'm sure that insect just landed on the lens of the satellite. That must have been a exhausting trip. : P
not too exhausting, hes a super bug
the bestest ever
written by Medeivalstargazer on Oct 09, 2006 11:49
If it was on the scanner, wouldn't it show up on all the rest of the images that were scanned using that scanner? Unless it was stuck to just the paper... but then the legs and guts and stuff would still be there... Same goes for the sattelite/plane, it would be in all the photos.
wah... waall-eee
written by Magnulus on Oct 09, 2006 11:54
"I just flew in from Germany, and boy are my little insect wings tired!"
written by Ysereh on Oct 09, 2006 23:04
That's totally a pincer-bug (earwig) without its pincers (and missing a few legs and parts of its antenna).

I've seen tons of those things.

they don't fly
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