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When a gorilla goes through the Stargate, does it automatically know how to speak English?

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo looks for new home for baby gorilla

COLORADO SPRINGS (AP) - The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is looking for a new home and surrogate mother for a gorilla whose own mother rejected him. Zoo employees and volunteers have been caring for seven-month-old Umande, but he will need a parent until he's about three or four years old.

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8 Responses:

  1. xinit says:

    "When a gorilla goes through the Stargate, does it automatically know how to speak English?"

    If they did that, then I might consider watching the TV show... until there's a talking monkey, what's the point?

    Oh, and if it smokes and wears roller skates, all the better.

  2. lordshell says:

    Yeah, the whole language thing has always bugged me, too. It gets in the way of my suspension of disbelief. I know story-wise why they do it, but it still bugs me.

    • dvicci says:

      I've always agreed with this, and in fact, it's the main reason why I fell out of the habit of watching the show. Well, that and the fact that the last few seasons just lost me. I think, humbly opining, that it would have been far better to work the language barrier issues *into* the story, rather than ignore the issue for the sake of brevity and convenience.

  3. I love how the ssl cert is expired for the Air Force site.

    • jesus_x says:

      During wartime we should not question the validity of our military's SSL certs. Bring it up again and you're gone to Gitmo.