|27 Oct 2003|| Christopher J. Keefer|
Very good. You have a great deal of skill; I only hope to see further evidence of its application soon.
As for your question...Two chickens came first. How do you think the first egg was made? Jenna L. Anderson
replies: "It was laid by the chickens. Heh. But there weren't two chickens at all. It was an elephant, and spontaneous mutatation caused it to give birth to the chicken, which then in turn spawned a fish, which laid a frog and from that frog came the chicken egg. And that, my friends, is a lesson in nonsense."
|28 Oct 2003|| ~/B S B\~ <BlueSkyBlade@aol...com&|
You are a wonderful writer, Jenna, and a great friend.
You'll be a great authoer, someday, I guarantee it. You'll rival Jordan, Tolkien, and all the other great Fantasy authors together.
I'll say, "She's my friend I've never met in my life!"
Then I'll moon your guards and take a bullet to my.... er, as I was saying, you are a talented writer -and roleplayer.
|30 Oct 2003|| Ashley sheffield (kat)|
hey Jen! loved yer story. hey bsb, i agree with you. she will be a great author (and if anyone says otherwise... they'll be 'aving a conversation with my foot or fist, whichever i fell like using)
|4 Nov 2003|| Miguel Francis Ettema|
Just doing a random artist pick to read some material. You have some interesting ideas
Oh, and from a veterinary perspective, the egg came first. Given that the evolutionary process is so gradual for the most part, it is most likely that two creatures that were almost chickens, but not quite chickens, mated and the female produced the egg in which the mutation that determined the embryo as a chicken was located. Thus, the egg that contained the very first chicken came first