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Friday, February 29, 2008


I think this is pretty close to what we're going with:

It's simple, which I feel it needs to be, but accurate enough without being overly cumbersome.


Zach said...

Ah! That's the problem! All of IT'S descendants! The common ancestor is singular! There are not multiple common ancestors!

"The common ancestor of crocodiles, birds, and all of its descendants."

Dicing with Dragons said...

Common ancestor is singular, but Birds and Crocs are not, and their descendants are certainly included in the definition (hence: their).

But how about:

"All descendants of the most recent common ancestor of Birds and Crocodiles."


Zach said...

MUCH better, sir.

Blue Collar Scientist said...


I'll take one she-tirt, please. Also, is there a way I can get that graphic design on a t-shirt?

Dicing with Dragons said...

I'm not certain how much shirts will cost at this point. This is an element that will likely be used elsewhere as well, but ... until I hear back, there's one person who's interested in shirts.

Watch this blog for future details.