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New findings reported in the Journal of Archaeological Science suggest that prehistoric humans were able to control and use fire at their will.
Animal gait was depicted more accurately in cave paintings than in modern art
Caveman Feast contains no dairy, potatoes, grains, processed foods, or preservatives, it is a real change for most people who try it. (PRWEB) October 21, 2012
Sir, There are immigrants on benefits, which is rubbing salt into the wounds, who are plundering our natural resources, cyclists flouting the helmet-wearing rule, skateboarders risking life and limb, mostly ours, all "against the rules'' in a grand fashion, and businesses continue to erect behemoth buildings which are an affront to the landscape, so surely the Honest Lawyer can be allowed some leeway in its bid to keep an open fire.
By Kellie B. Gormly, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 22--Carmon Rinehart of the South Side is in dad-to-be training. He is attending birthing classes at Magee-Womens Hospital with his wife, Susie, who is expected to deliver a baby girl on Aug. 20.
The caveman film. So ridiculous, so kitschy, so irresistibly watchable. The release this week of "10,000 B.C." serves to remind that this debased genre has been with us for decades and shows no signs of going the way of the Neanderthal.
By Tatiana Siegel LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Ali Larter, David Carradine, Tom Arnold and Talia Shire have joined the cast of the indie feature "Homo Erectus: A Caveman Comedy." The film's writer/director, Adam Rifkin, also stars as Ishbo, a philosophical caveman who loves Fardart (Larter), but she only has eyes for Ishbo's studly, dimwitted brother, Thudnik (newcomer Hayes MacArthur).
- An imitative word; an onomatopoetic word.