I Go Back to the House for a Book By Billy Collins I turn around on the gravel and go back to the house for a book, something to read at the doctor’s office, and while I am inside, running the finger of inquisition along a shelf, another me that did not bother to go back to the house for a book heads out on his own, rolls down the driveway, and swings left toward town, a ghost in his ghost car,...
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tapwaterjackson: How an Octopus Eats, Smithsonian Video While camouflaged on the ocean floor off the coast of Israel in the Red Sea, octopods use their arms to grab unsuspecting prey. ( Produced by: Brendan McCabe ) ( Video footage by: Ziggy Livnat ) “Really an alien-intelligence”-Love it!
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