The Lion is a sometimes grumpy, writerly, licensed curmudgeon with profoundly iconoclastic tendencies. He survived Brown University and a stint as a reporter for a daily newspaper. Currently he sits at home at his computer, cackling as he pounces on daily news items at which he can cheerfully snarl. A thoroughly well-rounded codger-in-waiting, smattered with Latin and Greek, utterly surrounded by books, and possessed by seven cats. A good fellow to read, but not one to bring home to meet mother.
He plays backgammon, collects books, writes sometimes amusing things, and occasionally demonstrates some smarts, but not about anything practical.
Curmudgeon with pseudoiconclastic tendencies
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I told you, the mane is for attracting lion chicks. I offer them hair. You offer them a tomato. Which makes more sense (assuming we're not talking about starving women)? (Or could it be that we're both wrong and that there is some deeper evolutionary purpose at work? Does your tomato need hair? Does my mane need a tomato?))
And does anyone understand this 'Comment Back' thing? There's no help page under 'Help'.
No one has fielded my "mane" question. Damn, I'm going to stop asking questions about evolution is nobody ever even attempts an answer. Here, let's make it easier. Which of these things would most apply to the Lions mane?
A. Creationsim - god wanted something as a grip when picking up lions.
B. Intelligent Design - by Coco Chanel; for the incredible look on that very special night.