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  1. Drone

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    Jackals from Halo, anyone? :D

     
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    that dino looks quite ugly.
     
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    Awww! So cute!!!
     
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    Here's a dinosaur I uncovered last year and have just publicly released photos and information on it.
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    It is believed to be the mythical Labrasaurus; a 2 brained dog like winged dinosaur.
     
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    I don't know what to make of this post.
     
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    Well if you don't know what to make of that... read this.

    "My buddy Ralf getting ready to leave soon. His first stop - the Maury show.
    Ralf may possibly be the result of Alf and the Tanner family's youngest daughter Lynn Tanner.
    Alf claims that these are false accusations and says he's not the baby's daddy.
    If Alf does prove to be the father of Ralf - this would be very damaging to the Labrasaurus Rex theory. And could ruin Ralf's shot at a display in Philadelphia's Academy of Natural Sciences."


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    The world's so screwed up nowadays.
     
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    Could be my ex-wife
     
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    Starts account at internet forum and posts vaguely related albeit semihumerous responses to a dinosaur thread as his first few posts....
     
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    Odd strategy. We will see if it is going to work in his favor.
     
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    w/e - I glued those 2 dog skulls together on he 3rd of this month - posted it to my friends on Facebook on the 4th.
    Start reading about dinosaurs.. and wth do I read about? The damn Pegomastax Africanus news from the 3rd.

    I've just recently started getting back into computers and so I'm a bit rusty and don't have a whole lot of input to add.

    But maybe I should write a basic guide on how to use a multi-meter and can of electrical cleaner before someone goes 'oh snaps, I'm puttin dis in the oven like on youtube and if that dont work Im sending it back to Dell'

    But first I oughtta post my Windows 7 stickers in the trading section. And can I sell just the codes too? Even if they're cheaper? I know neither's legal.. but you guys wouldn't tell, would ya?
     
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    lol ...

    whateva


    Scientists find oldest dinosaur​


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    Another strange creature ...

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    Artist rendering of Nyasasaurus

    So this creature is from the Triassic Period. Much earlier than anyone expected, 243 million years ago.

    http://phys.org/news/2012-12-scientists-oldest-dinosauror-closest-relative.html
     
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    Scientists have discovered and described a new supermassive dinosaur species with the most complete skeleton ever found of its type. At 85 feet long and weighing about 65 tons in life, Dreadnoughtus schrani is the largest land animal for which a body mass can be accurately calculated. Its skeleton is exceptionally complete, with >70% of the bones, excluding the head, represented.
     
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    I want to see the life size replica.
     
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    I ran across an interesting article about the Dreadnoughtus for anyone interested

    http://arstechnica.com/science/2014/09/meet-dreadnoughtus-the-65-ton-dinosaur/

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    ^ nice article thanks


     
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    Another bunch of weird newly discovered dinosaurs

    Deinoheirus



    Zaraapelta nomadis

    Paleontologists have discovered a new genus and species of ankylosaur that roamed what is now the Gobi Desert in Mongolia during the Upper Cretaceous, between 100.5 and 66 million years ago.

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    I'm starting to think that these are the same old dinosaurs, but just in broken pieces and thus they call them 'new' :)

    Btw, any transitional fossils yet?
     

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