August 22, 2009

My latest foray

into Apemanlandia attempts to answer the question: Do our arboreal brethren have access to corrective lenses? (And if so, Do they wear them as they swing through the trees?) It seemed that it might be appropriate to post it here, given the recent number of comments dealing with armpits (prominently exposed as one swings through the trees, no?) On the other hand, some of our more fastidious compatriots might not want to see an armpit front and center, as it were, so instead I provide a link for those brave enough.

comments

  1. Sheila Ryan on August 22nd, 2009 at 1:05 pm

    The proprioceptive sense is so keenly developed in our arboreal brethren that little if any visual correction is required.