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The Evolution of the Stripey Stick


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For those of you that missed it, here is a previous post on this subject that I offer as an introduction.

After careful consideration, I continued my research into the stripey stick.
Evidence for the stripey stick is abundant, but there seems to be no evidence of what the purpose of the ancient stripey stick was.
However, I have been able to uncover evidence for how the stripey stick evolved.
Further enquiry is required, of course, but I have made a great stride.
Witness the birth of new knowledge.
Stripey sticks evolved from granitoids!

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Harte

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My stripey stick started out as a paper one while recording and classifying artifacts for the museum. Then in the most amazing genetic change suddenly became wood again. 

 

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16 minutes ago, Harte said:

For those of you that missed it, here is a previous post on this subject that I offer as an introduction.

After careful consideration, I continued my research into the stripey stick.
Evidence for the stripey stick is abundant, but there seems to be no evidence of what the purpose of the ancient stripey stick was.
However, I have been able to uncover evidence for how the stripey stick evolved.
Further enquiry is required, of course, but I have made a great stride.
Witness the birth of new knowledge.
Stripey sticks evolved from granitoids!

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Harte

As I understand it, Paul Vyse is responsible for creating a fraudulent stripey stick under the advise of Ed Cayce who was employed by the Tatarian Government. 

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I inherited a stripey stick from my grandpa.  If was taller than me.

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3 minutes ago, Alchopwn said:

I inherited a stripey stick from my grandpa.  If was taller than me.

Your grandfather or the stick?

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Just now, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

Your grandfather or the stick?

As it happens, at the time, both were true.

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1 hour ago, Golden Duck said:

Stripey stick is an anagram of ricketty p***

That's @Harte

Don't hit me dads! 🥴

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On 4/23/2024 at 5:02 PM, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

As I understand it, Paul Vyse is responsible for creating a fraudulent stripey stick under the advise of Ed Cayce who was employed by the Tatarian Government. 

The Illuminati want a word with you.  Something about "blabbermouth."

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4 minutes ago, Kenemet said:

The Illuminati want a word with you.  Something about "blabbermouth."

I have a word in reply “kissmyarse”. 

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What the heck kind of synchronicity is going on? I was listening to Candy Man by Primus, find a thread about stripey stick and automatically think, candy cane..... Shut up brain!!!

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10 hours ago, XenoFish said:

What the heck kind of synchronicity is going on? I was listening to Candy Man by Primus, find a thread about stripey stick and automatically think, candy cane..... Shut up brain!!!

Would you get you candy … from a Candy Man? 

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A granitoid is a generic term for a diverse category of coarse-grained igneous rocks that consist predominantly of quartz, plagioclase, and alkali feldspar. Granitoids range from plagioclase-rich tonalites to alkali-rich syenites and from quartz-poor monzonites to quartz-rich quartzolites.

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7 minutes ago, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

Would you get you candy … from a Candy Man? 

Well the decal on his van said 'free candy', so.

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Actually I’m intrigued, will investigate the stripes sticks some more…could help find Atlantis.

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