posted on Dec, 21 2005 @ 11:35 AM
Very good observations, Monkey-Boy, and, while I wasn't there, I might have an assumption or two that could help.
As far as the number of buttocks the alleged monster has, wouldn't it be necessary for nature to compensate in some manner forthe one less limb with
same said number of buttocks? Without the proper number of buttocks, wouldn't the poor thing have a hard time in the can? Wouldn't he always fall
over? Or fall in? That would be horrendous. Just think of the walls! No, nature would have had to work something out for him.
As far as the septic tank, I didn't go back in the backyard when I picked the Smelly One up, but it is my understanding that there are a couple
pieces of plywood sheets, held down with cinder blocks, over the septic tank. Apparently, he had to dig it up last year when he accidentally dropped
his favorite Homer Simpson electronic bottle opener down the toilet. Seems that, while he understands that PBR has twist-off tops, he thinks it is
classier to open them with a bottle-opener. I believe this guy must be from Atmore; I don't know for sure. Anyway, he decided to simply cover the
tank with plywood for easier access.
I will be taking pictures of Maynard's rebuilt abode when I find the time and courage.
I just happened to be passing the computer on the way to other places, Monkey-Boy; it is a busy day today, but I wanted to reply to your queries as I
didn't the other day.
[edit on 21-12-2005 by Thomas Crowne]