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    • Me <<Rodentess thinks that the poster with the new alias who called her "Crackeress" is me. Let's hope there is no IQ level requirement to get a GED.>>

      rodentess <<vermit so arrogant to now suggest that a GED would include questions as to all of his various aliases.>>

      All of my various aliases???? It should be a pretty easy thing--they all have "sandale111" or "vermowitz" in them.

      She apparently still does not understand that use of the word "crackeress" is a clue as to who the new alias belongs to.

    • I don't think you're a Newbie...

      Just sayin'/guessin'


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      Ha ha!!

      As Tommy Thompson once said, "A new alias is nothing more than Newbieness surrounded by 10 square inches of keyboard."

      He always had a funny quip like that. What a guy.

      I would never put ole Tommy on Ignore.

    • I don't think you're a Newbie...

      Just sayin'/guessin'
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      when did you ever stop to "think" pilodung?

    • Rodentess thinks that the poster with the new alias who called her "Crackeress" is me.

      Let's hope there is no IQ level requirement to get a GED.
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      vermit so arrogant to now suggest that a GED would include questions as to all of his various aliases.

    • <<<<<Sorry. Don't hold it against me -- I'm just a newbie here.>>>>>>>>

      I don't think you're a Newbie...

      Just sayin'/guessin'

    • <<Being that that last part includes Crackeress herself, SHE is also Verm>>

      Don't even say that as a joke.


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      Sorry. Don't hold it against me -- I'm just a newbie here.

    • <<Being that that last part includes Crackeress herself, SHE is also Verm>>

      Don't even say that as a joke.

    • Rodentess is then nice enough to post a source for the material she thinks disproves a genetic component to eye color.

      She apparently did not read the section in it titled "Genetic determination of eye color", though.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eye_color

    • Rodentess thinks that the poster with the new alias who called her "Crackeress" is me.

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      Everyone who calls Crackeress "Crackeress" is Verm.

      Everyone who laughs at Crackeress without calling her that is ALSO Verm.

      Finally, everyone who contributes to Crackeress' daily humiliation is Verm.

      Being that that last part includes Crackeress herself, SHE is also Verm.

      In short, everyone posting on the MO board is Verm.

      Let's all declare victory and have an Afterb1rth Cocktail to swallow down our TEVA pills.

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      "In all populations, children are most commonly born with unpigmented eyes. However, most babies who have European ancestry have light-colored eyes before the age of one. As the child develops, melanocytes (cells found within the iris of human eyes, as well as skin and hair follicles) slowly begin to produce melanin. Because melanocyte cells continually produce pigment, in theory eye color can be changed. Most eye changes happen when the infant is around one year old, although it can happen up to three years of age.[23] Observing the iris of an infant from the side using only transmitted light with no reflection from the back of the iris, it is possible to detect the presence or absence of low levels of melanin. An iris that appears blue under this method of observation is more likely to remain blue as the infant ages. An iris that appears golden contains some melanin even at this early age and is likely to turn green or brown as the infant ages.

      Changes (lightening or darkening) of eye colors during puberty, early childhood, pregnancy, and sometimes after serious trauma (like heterochromia) do represent cause for plausible argument to state that some eyes can or do change, based on chemical reactions and hormonal changes within the body.

      Studies on Caucasian twins, both fraternal and identical, have shown that eye color over time can be subject to change, and major demelanization of the iris may also be genetically determined. Most eye-color changes have been observed or reported in the Caucasian population with hazel eyes.[24]"
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      Rodentess argguing that there is no genetic component to eye color.

      Rodentess, how about skin color? Is there a genetic component to that? Do you think Jesse Jackson's parents could have been light-skinned Swedish people?

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