Ummm, Sir Ike, what in the hell is going on over there? ;)

Creature found in Africa ‘alien’ or misshapen baboon?

A recently discovered strange creature has residents of South Africa’s Nature Valley convinced aliens are in their midst.

The alien-looking remains were found by the 17-year-old son of a national park ranger who snapped a few pictures of the carcass.

However, autopsy results confirmed the ‘alien’ was actually a newborn female baboon, according to the Herald.

  1. #1 by JP on July 14, 2013 - 12:26 PM

    Well, Sir Ike OK..LOL. Funny my good friend, there is absolutely no need for the “sorry”. Speakin’ of eyes, I’ve been wearing spectacles damn near from day one. Ya’ see (pun not intended) Warning: Southern typin’ ahead) Them thar rods, cones, staples and bubblegum, never formed properly in me left eye. And when I, was called to the Draft Board, as many did (without any bullshit papers from an or any eye doctor) standing in my skivvies with all those others during Vietnam, the Sarge screamed: Damn You’re Blind! I said, “Gee Thanks, Sarge!”

    On the bus ride back home, damn near all of ’em said: “you lucky bastard”, I said “Lucky? I feel like a piece of shit!”

  2. #2 by Ike Jakson on July 14, 2013 - 4:35 AM

    JP

    Sorry

    The word “did” in regard to said Eschel Rhoodie should read died there. [towards the end of the main paragraph].

    Its the eye that I have.

    IkeJ

  3. #3 by Ike Jakson on July 14, 2013 - 4:30 AM

    JP

    Enquiries at normally reliable sources clearly indicate the find a prank and the image in the picture most likely Photoshop. The news source for your Post, said Herald, has a checkered history but that is another very long story. If you follow it you will find interesting references to a fellow name of Eschel Rhoodie who once settled in Atlanta GA and actually did there.

    There is an amusing rumor about the timing of said alien find at this moment in time when British Football Club Manchester is out here for a function adding millions to a certain Childrens Foundation Fund. Four or five generations of said children are vying for large slices of said Fund.

    Least said is sometimes best said in these parts.

    IkeJ

  4. #4 by JP on July 13, 2013 - 9:26 AM

    Baboon it is, BUT the “alien” thing, was a good shot 🙂

  5. #5 by Ike Jakson on July 13, 2013 - 7:49 AM

    JP

    Thanks for the Post; smiling wide and LMOAO. Will investigate and report. Its probably good enough for a laugh.

    IkeJ

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