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600 CanvasNew ProductsCheeky Bears(limited edition)English HeritageOther Limited EditionsTraditional BearsSoft Toys and Bedroom TidiesHorses and RockersNightware Cases and SachetsMerrythought AccessoriesMorgan - Spring Brings Something New to Love 35.00Back to TopHowever, let's look at today's society. My wife, son, and I were all born via cesarean section. Had this been the middle ages, my wife and I probably would have died in child birth. Our parents may also have died. In my wife's case, that would mean her two younger siblings would not have been born. Certainly my son would never have been born. Slowly traits that would have caused death before science and modern medicine have become more common. What happens if some people with these less desirable traits become more successful? Take for example super-models and actresses. Most women seen in print and on screen today are ridiculously thin, often to the point of sickness and often caused by disorders like bulimia and anorexia. For now, these people are simply looked at as 'ideal' but what if, in generations, they become the standard? Then what happens, if suddenly, physical strength becomes required for survival, say because of an alien invasion, a new life form, or maybe warfare. In ways, aren't we defying Darwinism? In EVE, when the gate closed, maybe one of the things that prevented so many from surviving was that negative traits had become glorified and common? What would happen if we ended up taking an evolutionary change of course and lost science and modern medicine. Would our species be able to survive now? If they would now, how about a few generations from now?All Products : Best Sellerswhimsical art hand painted posters watercolor prints limited edition garden sculptures giclee apron Stewart Moskowitz Stu Wooket a herd of laughter Terry Willis print poster funny colorful Bedard Michael children kid cows grandchild kids child animals creative whimsy artistic serigraph gallery t shirt sillyLeadership and Career Seminars If one looks at this from a simple economic supply/demand curve standpoint, if there is now two very similar editions of a Limited, then your limited edition is now in theory worth up to half as much as there are now twice as many available for other collectors to choose from (imagine the 1937 Snow White film being twice as long).2) Why do they have value?Original Animation Art Each has appeared in an animated film, is unique, has value as an antique, and is limited in number at the most to the length of the film. The fact that not all original animation art has survived through the years further enhances its value.All prices are shown in New Zealand Dollars and inclusive of GST unless otherwise stated.Home | Games | Used Games | DVDs | Anime | MangaYour Account | View Trolley | Help DeskNorma ShearerBilly Taylor Trio: Music Keeps Us Young (autographed) 18.98ar71601aLimited EditionPersonally autographed by Billy Taylor[Add to Cart] [View Cart]Foreplay - 1995Also done as a sculpture in a series of 2751 2Wednesday, November 24. Elliott Bay Open Mike Night, 7:30 p.m.Shrek [VHS] (2001)The fairy tale world mined by Disney films for decades gets turned on its ear in this hit computer-animated romp from Dreamworks. In order to rid his swampland home of the exiled fantasy characters overrunning it, a green-skinned, anti-social ogre named Shrek (voiced by Mike Myers) makes a deal with nasty Lord Farquaad (John Lithgow) to rescue a princess (Cameron Diaz) held captive in a dragon-guarded castle. Joining Shrek on his comical quest is a wisecracking donkey named Donkey (Eddie Murphy). 93 min.Category: Family / Animation Director: Andrew AdamsonCast: Vincent Cassel, Jim Cummings, Cameron Diaz, Kathleen Freeman, Joan Jett, John Lithgow, Eddie Murphy, Mike Myers, Steven SpielbergAlso Available: DVD, DVD Special EditionAcademy Award Winner: Best Animated Feature FilmNominee: Best Adapted ScreenplayRated: PG ColorWas 14.99 10.99 VHS #073040Tell A Friend Send As A Gift^ back to topread more about this titlecheck for other copiesA Walk in the WoodsLyman36 in. x 26 in.Buy A Walk in the WoodsFramed | MountedShalom HarlowArtistBedard MichaelTitleGetting away from it allSubjectMotif - CartoonsSize ('' / cm)11.02 x 9.84 / 28 x 25AvailabilityUsually ships within 24 hoursArticle#2400238 (HK )242.76

 

 

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