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    I guess it "depends" on which end the donkey has the "jeans" extracted and what comes out of that area of the find....Jetspray
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    Quote Originally Posted by BDuck View Post
    For a long time I've heard Jackass in reference to a lot. I wonder what the percentage DNA lies here?
    we share about 99 p/c of our genes with donkeys, but few actual dna seguences. so I guess we
    are distant cousins with jackass' since they will have our gens also. i'm just guessing, I don't know
    anything about dna and genes.
    be safe
    Last edited by okie; 07-12-2019 at 07:18 PM.

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    Re: dna

    Ah Ha!

    Now I know what the problem is:

    Our lazy, stuck-up neighbor who does not speak to any of the neighborhood is related to a banana.

    Thanks for the info and I'll pass it on

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    Re: dna

    For a long time I've heard Jackass in reference to a lot. I wonder what the percentage DNA lies here?
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    dna

    Every human shares 99 percent of his or her DNA with every other person.

    Furthermore,
    human DNA is very similar to that of other species.

    We
    share most of our genes, which make up DNA, with fellow primates
    such as chimpanzees and with other mammals such as mice.

    We even have genes in common with the
    banana plant!

    that explains a lot to me why I wonder about some of my friends and neighbors.
    be safe

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