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We first cracked wise about Ram in the Bush Christian Center way back in 2006.  And not a week has gone by that someone who missed that original entry hasn't asked if we've ever written about it. Apparently, people can't get enough risqué biblical innuendo. So here it is, back by popular request, a photograph of Ram in the Bush.

And on a related-but-unrelated note, here's a photo of Memphis' Morning Wood subdivision.

And here's yet another photo, nabbed from the internet, of the Morning Wood subdivision sporting some dude named Darrin.

Neverending Elvis

Have you ever wondered what people do with Elvis hair sold on eBay? Wired UK reports that artist Koby Barhad spent $22 for a wad of Elvis hair that he shipped to a gene-sequencing lab and later used to genetically engineer a pair of Elvis mice.

"I came across a private lab service that offers mice that are genetically modified for your needs," Barhad was quoted as saying. "From that point, I was just wondering whose behavioral mice model I would like to design. That, of course, led me to eBay."

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