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Next week promises to be more open for blogging, so maybe I'll get back to more expansive posts. I know how much everybody loves posts of 32,000 words about college basketball, and I'd hate to leave the vast expanses of words out there unmined and laying fallow.
But for now, it's Friday, I'm still tired, and I also took Mr Bunches and Mr F to the park, the highlight of which was Mr Bunches running up to me with his hands cupped saying "It's an ant!" and when I held out my hand, he put an ant in it.
I don't know what I expected.
Nothing much to do with Star Wars, except that ants are a kind of somethingthropod, which Andrew Leon maintains is the actual thing that kouhouns are. So I went to the Wookiepedia for this:
Kouhuns were vermiform arthropods with segmented bodies, roughly thirty centimeters long, from the jungle world of Indoumodo. Small, silent, and fast, kouhuns were capable of delivering a fatal and quick-acting neurotoxin through their bite, as well as a nonfatal but nonetheless painful sting from their tails. Kouhuns were white in color, though they also existed in reddish-brown and black varieties.Since "vermiform" means "in the shape of a worm," I'm going to give the points to Grumpy. Let the controversy begin! (Either Grumpy or Andrew can hire me to sue the other for those points.)
Today's question: worth 37 points:
What was Order 66?
Caller #3 gets 10 points, if they're not commenter number 2.
Also: I haven't yet awarded anyone's blogfest points except Rusty's; I'll do that when I post links. But, as always, if you think you're entitled to points you don't see reflected, let me know. I'm only (98.5%) human, you know.