Snakes On A Plane
I guess a lot of parents are glad that Samuel L. Jackson never decided to teach geometry. 😉
Snakes, however, are important to applied geometry and other forms of math and that is a Mutherfuckin’ math lesson because snakes aka Active Contour Models use some seriously Mutherfuckin’ math. 😆
About 65 million years ago something, most likely a large asteroid impact, wiped out the dinosaurs along with approximately 75% of the plant and animal species on Earth at the time. This brought an end to the Age of Reptiles and ushered in the terrestrial dominance of mammals.
…Or so we warm-blooded fools have always believed.
The Age Of Reptiles Is Returning
That’s right! No arms, no legs, and doorknobs are still not a problem anymore. Sleep gently, mammals, but know that the reptiles are the rise again and they can get to you whenever they want. 😉
The term, “Snake In The Grass” is one that denotes a sneaky, conniving person who could strike at anytime without warning. It’s an insult. It also maligns snakes, which are much maligned already in the West and without sound reason.
So I’d like to thank Jordan Carver for showing us all that a snake in the grass can be a beautiful thing.