a Cyborg Hunter-Killer with milligun arms. Also it was originally painted magenta and called 'Venous'.
P.S. I am not a crank.
Dear Mr or Ms Armless (can we call you 'Mostly'?),
from Peter Fuller:
"Unfortunately, this little better than laughable reconstruction was bolstered only by arguments concerning the shape of the moon's shadow when projected to the earth, and a conspicuous contempt for empirical evidence in favour of intuitive, cultic speculation."If 'shrift' is really a word (I suspect Another Kiwi of making it up). Anyway, this posed no obstacle to E. W. Barber's rediscovery of the theory in 1994. I mean, the Spinster theory was recently promoted in the august webpages of Slate.
[Thx Echidne!]collisions with Chronos" and asking endless questions about "warrants of fitness" and such... all resolved only when tigris turned all involved parties into super-evolved felines (by releasing a couple of kittens back in the early Miocene Epoch), making them easily distractable by moving laser dots.
--------------------------------------------------How are we reconstructing the Venus de Milo's missing arms this week?
1. In martial-arts poses, exacting vengeance after a fish-related manifestation of the Terpsichorean muse.
2. Wrapped around the body of Brother Louis, a zealous monk of Perignon Abbey in Averoigne (a dead monk because crushed beneath the weight of the toppled statue).
3. Here is our alternative rendition of the Aphrodite as spinner. If she was careless enough to lose two arms she could have lost more.