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Fwd: The Science of The Lost World---HCCF (Hot Cereals Came First)
In a message dated 97-04-15 13:22:55 EDT, dunn1@IDT.NET writes:
> Some radical marketing analyists
> state that, in fact, there is no difference, being that Hot-Cereals
> developed from Cold-Cereals. Some would say that Hot-Cereals ARE
In my phylogeny, cursorial, non-arboreal Cereals could never have made the
transition from the cereal bowl into the box---they had to have descended
from the box into the bowl!! (sorry George, I couldn't resist)
"to converge or not to converge...that is the question"
Date: 97-04-15 13:22:55 EDT
A noted paleontologist wrote:
> Will it be a hot or a cold cereal?
Interesting question, and a controversial one. Debate continues to
rage as to whether Jurassic Crunch is a Cold- or a Hot-Cereal. Most
now maintain that it will be Hot-, but a few staid conservatives
insist that it should be Cold-. Some radical marketing analyists
state that, in fact, there is no difference, being that Hot-Cereals
developed from Cold-Cereals. Some would say that Hot-Cereals ARE
The cereal will be released in gigantic boxes, so it must only slowly
and painfully be transported to the trunk of your car; go too fast,
as some nuts suggest, and the box will tip over and burst. Some
marketing analyists (who, despite being refuted, continue to drone on
about this point) claim that the stealthy little boxes in the variety
pack will not suffer this fate, and this will explain why Jurassic
Crunch is doomed as a product.
More later on this NBC station.