Monday, February 17, 2014

cz

It's real journalism.  I swear it is.

I appreciate the uncredited shout-out.  Good to see others swinging a pickaxe in my ore-laden cave.

4 comments:

Harold Caidagh said...

You don't want to know how or why I found that website, but you do want to know about the title, "cz."

I understand.

Let me help you.

http://chemistry.about.com/od/jewelrychemistry/f/What-Is-The-Difference-Between-Cubic-Zirconia-And-Cubic-Zirconium.htm

Peter Antick said...

Dude, you fucking dumbass! Diamonds are not an ore.

G. O'Logical said...

Most assuredly. While ore may be mined toward the purpose of creating a diamond's setting in a subtle glorification of golden smithing, there is a significant geological and morphological distinction between sniffing out kimberlite and lamproite pipes, and ferreting out likely spots of granitic, volcanic, or black slate deposition.

Harold Caidagh said...

Nice work fellas. I had no idea that there were geological consequences to seeking hidden pockets of satire on the internet. You fellas are regular metaphorons.