Daily Darwin – The Naked Motocross Genome

Darwin does his best facepalm as he asks, “Why would anyone think that a ‘Naked Motocross’ event was any kind of good idea.  There’s nothing like 40 miles of sun, sand, sagebrush, snakes, insects, pot holes and friction to make the old genomes say “Nope”.  Hmmm??  Darwin posits.  Maybe that’s why the race is called an “Enduroid“.

Natural selection deems that some individuals serve as a warning to others. Who are we to disagree? The next generation, ever and anon, is descended from the survivors

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Daily Darwin – The “On the Scene, On the Story” Genome

Darwin is ever amazed by the audacious risk of genomes that some live “On the Scene” reporters will go to in order to get “the Story”. Here’s one Darwin Award candidate practicing his ‘bus brush-back’ skills. Close call, eh? Just wait until he graduates to the ‘human lightning chaser’ reporting category–and actually catches some lightnings.

Daily Darwin – Dump, Roll and Toss

Darwin chortles as he warns about that old genome catapult truck trick.

Natural selection deems that some individuals serve as a warning to others. Who are we to disagree? The next generation, ever and anon, is descended from the survivors

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Daily Darwin – Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Brakes Genome

Darwin posits that the ‘art of the brake’ requires minimal higher order genomic aptitude, but failure to meet that minimalist standard frequently results in a very high order of genome toasting.

Natural selection deems that some individuals serve as a warning to others. Who are we to disagree? The next generation, ever and anon, is descended from the survivors

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Daily Darwin – How To Launch a Human Nutsack

Darwin rolls on the floor laughing his ass off as he sagely observes that if one has so little respect for his ‘onliest’ genomes as to allow a pickup truck (a big pickup truck, at that) to kick him in his very own nutsack (err…personal genome protection device) he really, really deserves to have those rather dim-witted genomes to be cleansed from humanity’s ‘ownliest’ gene pool.

Natural selection deems that some individuals serve as a warning to others. Who are we to disagree? The next generation, ever and anon, is descended from the survivors

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Daily Darwin – Darwin’s Grinder Boys

Darwin notes with utmost glee that exposing one’s ‘onliest’ genomes to showers of molten metal sparks probably insures that one’s own personal contribution to the gene pool will indeed be cleansed.

Natural selection deems that some individuals serve as a warning to others. Who are we to disagree? The next generation, ever and anon, is descended from the survivors

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Daily Darwin – Darwin’s Terrazzo Squad

Darwin loves to point out that it doesn’t take a genius to finish concrete, but if one wants to keep one’s ‘onliest’ genomes intact don’t, what ever you do, don’t, let go of the machine.

Daily Darwin – Darwin’s Weatherman

Darwin is wont to point out to any would be Meteorologists doing live standup ‘remote weather broadcasts‘ is that one must always protect one’s ‘onliest’ genomes at all times.  Here’s an example of how not to protect the old genomes from snow.  And snow plows.  Heh.  Darwin says he never gets tired of watching stupidity cleansed from the gene pool.

Natural selection deems that some individuals serve as a warning to others. Who are we to disagree? The next generation, ever and anon, is descended from the survivors

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