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  1. MacGyver1968 Fixin' Shit that Ain't Broke Valued Senior Member

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    I'm doing well...except I could use a job...being jobless sucks! No money for beer or weed.

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    just for perspective..

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    mite?
     
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    hahaha LMAO!! nice boner... lol
     
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    Flying blueberry pie ?
     
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    its a carving of come sort...
     
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    Water Bear
     
  14. Pete It's not rocket surgery Registered Senior Member

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    Right!
    Tardigrade
    Tardigrades (commonly known as water bears or moss piglets) form the phylum Tardigrada. They are microscopic, water-dwelling, segmented animals with eight legs. The name water bear comes from the way they walk, reminiscent of a bear's gait. The biggest adults may reach a body length of 1.5 millimetres (0.059 in), the smallest below 0.1 mm.

    Tardigrades occur over the entire world, from the high Himalayas[4] (above 6,000 metres (20,000 ft), to the deep sea (below 4,000 m) and from the polar regions to the equator. Tardigrades often can be found by soaking a piece of moss in spring water.

    Tardigrades are able to survive in extreme environments that would kill almost any other animal. Some can survive temperatures of −273 °C (−459.400 °F), temperatures as high as 151 °C (304 °F), 1,000 times more radiation than other animals, and almost a decade without water.​
     

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