9 (75%) voted for "Asleep, as always", 2 (16%) voted "Cloned and resurrected" (really?), and 1 hardy soul (8%) went for "In a petting zoo."
Well done, you guys! However, no one voted for "Rare with a side of coleslaw" but it's undetermined whether it was the rare part or the coleslaw that put people off! Wonder if grilled woollies would taste like chicken? ;p
Now for my first Ode to a Woolly Mammoth of 2011 which I hope you will profit by just a little...
If Science plays with DNA
of woolly mammoth gene
the world will be amazed it's like
an Ice Age time machine!
Blog Note: you know I'm not only horrified by the thought of woolly mammoth cloning for I also have sad misgivings about the plethora of genetically modified foods which have not been test-driven - unless screwing with and manipulating our DNA and damaging our health is their goal.
Therefore, I have today added a new feed in WMC's sidebar of a website and movement: Millions Against Monsanto which displays as 'Organic Consumers Association News Headlines'. So if you are concerned because our bodies been infused with GM ingredients for years and want to do something about it, check out the website and consider becoming a David fighting the GM Goliath!
Wishing you much happiness in 2011, Jude