yes i said poop

Ladies and Gentlemen, UHC XX Presents: Team Salt

Dialogue taken from ep. 4

Nebris: I"m out of wood though, that means..
Vechs: W-wood? Would you like my wood?
Nebris: I would love your wood Vechs! Give it to me!
Vechs: Kay, here’s some wood
Nebris: I can’t take all that! Oh..oh my god, that’s too much!
Vechs: *mumbles*
Nebris: *in chat* gets the “Getting wood” achievement
Blame: Haha. You just got wood.
Vechs: *in chat* It was my wood.
Vechs: *kills spider*
Nebris: Vechs! You just scared the crap outta me!
Vechs: Well, it’ll be easier for you to take wood next time…
Nebris: *killing mobs* Just let me do my thing
Vechs: M'kay, you do your thing, and I’ll…stand behind you with wood
Nebris: *killing mobs* It’s not moving
Vechs: It’s not moving? Well..try wiggling it a little bit
Nebris: Oh my god..*mumbling*
Vechs: *giggling*
Blame: *leaves for a bathroom break*
Nebris: *whisper giggle* He’s pooping!
Vechs: He’s pooping?
Nebris: *louder* He’s pooping!!
Vechs: *under his breath* oh wow..
Nebris: *giggling* I said poop!
Pak: Ye-yes you did..many times..
Vechs: We have like…the maturity level of..
Pak: *exasperated interruption* a 5 year old!?
Vechs: a 12 year old.
Nebris: a tiger!
Pak: Okay, you’re cooking iron, I have like 31 gold ore here
Vechs: *deadpan* Stick it in there
Pak: I-I can’t, you got iron in there.
Vechs: *trying to be sultry* Just..jam it in there
Pak: You..5 year old!!

Dorks! Dorky dorks! All of them I say! And with the maturity of a tiger too.


Dinosaur POOP!

A coprolite or coprolith is a type of trace fossil formed from feces. The word coprolite comes from the Ancient Greek word κόπρος (kopros) meaning dung and λίθος (lithos) meaning stone. The word was coined in 1829 by no less than William Buckland, the man who ‘discovered’ and systematically named the first dinosaur, the Megalosaur. Buckland was aided by Mary Anning, a self-taught paleontologist who sold fossils as part of a family business. Mary would spend winters scouring the cliffs of Southern England around her home in Dorset, risking her life as the cliffs would often collapse, once even killing her dog. Mary is credited with the discovery of the first icthyosaur, a find she made while collecting with her brother when she was only 12 years old. It was her collection of coprolites that led Buckland to his identification as feces. Coprolites are important trace fossils as they allow scientists to glimpse at the diets of ancient creatures.  Finally, Happy Birthday do William Buckland, born on March 12, 1784!  Your fascination with dinosaur poop has earned your place in history!

Image of Great White Shark coprolite from Miocene Era and yucky orange poopy coprolites both  courtesy James St. John; Box of poop courtesy Paul Williams; flattened poop coprolite courtesy paleo-bear, all used with permission under a Creative Commons 3.0 license.