An article on aol news today says that scientists have found flutes made from bones that date back 40,000 years. The article states that it shows that humans created a musical instrument farther back than previously thought. For those who want to read the article, here is the link:
As a dog, I find this article to be highly annoying. First, why did they assume it was a human who made the instrument? Bones are something us dogs spend a lot of time working with, and I think if anyone created a musical instrument from a bone, it would be a dog. As the lead howler of the Howling Huskies, I am insulted that the scientists would automatically assume it is a human who made it. I think a dog made a flute from a bone, and after putting on a show for the other dogs, he sat down and ate the flute. That is what any dog would do with a bone. You can always make another flute from the next bird you kill, and killing birds is something dogs enjoy doing. I suspect that if a human ever played it, he probably stole it from the dogs. In fact, I doubt that he played it as well. Humans never do anything as well as us dogs. The next time you read about some archeaological discovery, remember that, no matter what the scientists say, if it is something intelligent, it was invented by a dog!
Demon Flash Bandit (Dogs: Smarter than Humans)