September 18, 2016

Watch Out Pixy!

 Thylacines exist in your neck of the woods. 


One of the Brickmuppet's Crack Team of Science Babes has thoughts on this astounding revelation.

"Be advised that 'Neck of the woods' in this context refers to being on the same continent and "exist" here is not the layman's usage but the definition from the cryptozoologists style guide, specifically... "someone got a very fuzzy video they claim is of something that is generally considered fictional or extinct"....Also, Pixy has not yet died horribly despite the fact that Australia already has a random encounter table much like Skull Island so a marsupial analog to a hyena is likely not of any concern to him."


Anyway, here's video.





 HSF's Dr. Kabaniri  drawn by Abe Kanari

Posted by: The Brickmuppet at 04:18 AM | Comments (7) | Add Comment
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1 I think it proves that there are dogs living in Victoria.

Posted by: Steven Den Beste at Sun Sep 18 10:48:09 2016 (+rSRq)

2

Minami-san is one of my favorite characters in Haifuri, and certainly the most unusual. She's 12 years old, for one thing, and she's a super-genius. She skipped a bunch of grades and has, by this point, graduated from university. (I think she might have an MD.)

She's the one who figured out what was really going on AND she's the one who came up with a solution for it. She's got brains, and she's also got guts. She's part of Harekaze's boarding party which saves three ships.

Also her seiyuu is one of my favorites, who also does the voice of Yukikaze in Dog Days.

She's an excellent choice for being a science babe, because the character actually is one.

Posted by: Steven Den Beste at Sun Sep 18 11:15:48 2016 (+rSRq)

3 All Science Babes are 18 Years or Older. Proof Of Age is On File Nowhere That We Are Aware of, However, The Fact That They Are All Imaginary and Cartoons Gives Us Some Leeway on This Topic so as a Matter of Policy All Science Babes Are 18 Years or Older.

That is our story. And we are sticking to it. 

Posted by: The Brickmuppet at Sun Sep 18 20:34:05 2016 (1zM3A)

4 Regarding the video, the tail is what makes it possible. That is not a dogs tail. Compare to this Tasmanian Tiger footage from 1933.


Note that it could actually be a fox with a tail rendered hairless due to mange or somesuch.  The person who took the footage mentioned stripes but I can't see any.It doesn't open it's mouth, which would decide the matter, it  seems to move like a fox, but this animal is lame and appears to be nursing an injured foot which might account for the foxlike gait. 
It's inconclusive but interesting. 

Posted by: The Brickmuppet at Sun Sep 18 20:46:33 2016 (1zM3A)

5 The video seems to have gone extinct as well.

Posted by: Pixy Misa at Wed Sep 21 02:46:35 2016 (PiXy!)

6 That's the second time that this video has been taken down. The first time the whole channel was nuked. Obviously there is a conspiracy to cover this up for some reason....most likely ALIENS.

Posted by: The Brickmuppet at Wed Sep 21 11:00:50 2016 (KicmI)

7 Oh. 
Dear. I had somehow missed this quote when I first read through the article.
He believes it's a reflection of the society we live in that no one will believe it until it's scientifically proven. 
 
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Posted by: The Brickmuppet at Wed Sep 21 11:24:00 2016 (KicmI)

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