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Chupacabra Blog.

Posted by emac3326 on August 31, 2006

I must say, Joel, your blog is ambitious. I’ve mentioned the Long Tail, and this is another example. You’ve got room to education, provide images, other links, and write. I’ll be interested to see how this evolves.

My blog site will be about the little known threat of the Hot Headed
Chupacabras that live in Antarctica and eat penguins.

The Hot Headed Chupacabra is a descendant of the famous Puerto Rican
Chupacabra, only it has adapted differently to survive in the extreme cold.
There is little known about these illusive creatures.  However, the little
bit we do know is that they burrow tunnels deep under the ice by creating
some kind of extreme heat that radiates through an extremely  large, bald
forehead.  This creature melts tunnels through the ice like they were made
of warm butter.  They work in groups digging tunnels close to the surface
where mass groups of penguins gather.  The Hot Heads burrow a tunnel around
the circumference of the penguins, caving in the ice below and trapping
them.  The penguins are sucked dry of their blood and their carcass’s
discarded without remorse.

This site’s purpose is to create worldwide awareness of this incredible, yet
destructive, creature.


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Posted by emac3326 on August 24, 2006

Joel Ross



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Personal Synopsis: Ross

Posted by emac3326 on August 24, 2006

Joel Ross
Thursday Class 7:00-9:45
Joel Ross
Short Bio:

ATEC major.
I have an AS from the Art Institute of Dallas in computer Animation.
Spent a year working as a graphic designer for ESPN’s Sports Center.
Spent the past five years working as an animator for Konami Hawaii
making Playstation and X-Box games.
My main goal right now is to get my BA and learn as much as I can
along the way.
I’m not very technicaly savy with programming, but I’m good with graphics.

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