Thursday, March 26, 2009

Did I really hear that?

A story on the evening news
was about monkeys in the Conga
that might becoming extinct.
The story ended with these words:
"If these monkeys do become extinct,
we will lose a part of our human

I want to know whose family
tree has monkeys on it......????
Did the news reporter really
believe that and has that on
his family tree that tells his children
their great, great, great......
grandfather was a monkey?

1. something that comes or belongs to one by reason of birth; an inherited lot or portion: a heritage of poverty and suffering; a national heritage of honor, pride, and courage.
2. something reserved for one: the heritage of the righteous.

a. something that has been or may be inherited by legal descent or succession.
b. any property, esp. land, that devolves by right of inheritance.

3. The status acquired by a person through birth; a birthright

4. Something that is passed down from preceding generations; a tradition.

1 comment:

walking said...

Well, if reporters, politicians, and scientists want to claim that part of their family tree, then so be it. It would explain a lot! LOL!

My heritage decides from Adam and Eve who trace their family tree back to God . . .