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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:04:20 PM   
Indio


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ORIGINAL: Mojo

That is not a real dinosaur.




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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:04:33 PM   
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Yeah- Matthew Kelly was completely exonerated, while the other three men are on the sex offenders register.

For that reason this should be removed.


I'd agree if it said I'm a Celebrity Paedophile..Get Me Out Of Here. For all we know they could be in Prison clothes because of a task.


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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:05:18 PM   
Mojo


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That image has been doctored, I'm afraid a creature of that mass cannot walk on water. I hope you did not recruit Commando Killer on that attribute alone, because if so... you've been had.


I've recruited him because....

"it was the largest of all carnivorous dinosaurs by a significant margin, even larger than Tyrannosaurus rex and Giganotosaurus. Spinosaurus was the longest theropod, measuring 16 to 18 metres (53.3 to 60 feet) long and standing at 5 to 6 metres (16.6 to 20 feet) in height. Spinosaurus reached weights up to 9 tons, although further comparisons with related species suggest that adults might have reached sizes up to 20 tons and 21 m (70 ft) in length."

Something else JP got wrong......in JP3 we see the Spino vs the T-Rex, but this could never happen because they lived  thousands of miles and million years apart!



But Jurassic Park is set in modern day, and the dinosaurs have been created by scientists using Dino DNA. Their location and time of living is irrelevent, surely?

Castor, I have drawn quick picture of what one of our battles may be like:




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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:05:19 PM   
*Jack of all Trades*


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I'll be riding this beast:



A Giganotosaurus





Yeah, don't mess




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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:05:54 PM   
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< Message edited by Starscream -- 20/8/2006 10:07:55 PM >


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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:05:55 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Castor Troy

Something else JP got wrong......in JP3 we see the Spino vs the T-Rex, but this could never happen because they lived  thousands of miles and million years apart!



And the fact that they were genetically re-introduced into modern times managed to completely escape your attention then?


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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:07:29 PM   
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Sure, your carniverous beasts have the ability to eat both Soul Patch and Spiked Hero, but Soul Patch towers above you all. That fact, plus my alliance with the Pteranodons as well as my intricate rope system, would leave me as the victor.

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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:09:00 PM   
Mojo


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ORIGINAL: Funkyrae

quote:

ORIGINAL: Castor Troy

Something else JP got wrong......in JP3 we see the Spino vs the T-Rex, but this could never happen because they lived  thousands of miles and million years apart!



And the fact that they were genetically re-introduced into modern times managed to completely escape your attention then?



You are 0.45 seconds behind the times, that information was leased ages ago! Maybe you need to be genetically enhanced!


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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:11:18 PM   
bub


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Yeah but the Spinosauraus only eats fish. Unless you intend to take your attack force underwater he won't be much use.

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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:11:19 PM   
Castor Troy


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Funkyrae

quote:

ORIGINAL: Castor Troy

Something else JP got wrong......in JP3 we see the Spino vs the T-Rex, but this could never happen because they lived  thousands of miles and million years apart!



And the fact that they were genetically re-introduced into modern times managed to completely escape your attention then?



Ooooh. For that tone, I'm sending one of my army rejects after you.




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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:13:34 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Mojo

quote:

ORIGINAL: Funkyrae

quote:

ORIGINAL: Castor Troy

Something else JP got wrong......in JP3 we see the Spino vs the T-Rex, but this could never happen because they lived  thousands of miles and million years apart!



And the fact that they were genetically re-introduced into modern times managed to completely escape your attention then?



You are 0.45 seconds behind the times, that information was leased ages ago! Maybe you need to be genetically enhanced!



Yeah I had noticed Mojo that I managed to be behind your superior intellect on this particular occasion. 




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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:14:12 PM   
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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:15:10 PM   
Mojo


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Big Elvis, the latest recruit on my side, will batter any of your beasties down. I have a whole heard of them ready for action.




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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:16:20 PM   
The2ndRing


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He's looking for you



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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:16:37 PM   
Castor Troy


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Mojo

Sure, your carniverous beasts have the ability to eat both Soul Patch and Spiked Hero, but Soul Patch towers above you all. That fact, plus my alliance with the Pteranodons as well as my intricate rope system, would leave me as the victor.


I would like to retract my sabre tooth tiger out of my army, as he lived millions of years after the age of the dinosaurs and his inclusion would probably cause the space-time continuim to collapse. Or it will disturb the ecosystem or something.

So, so far I have Commando Killa (the Spinosaurus) and the newly named Finz (the Liopleurodon).

We are allowed one more soldier each. Choose wisely.


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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:17:43 PM   
Castor Troy


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You've had your last dino Mojo.

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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:18:01 PM   
bub


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Who needs Dinosaurs when you have super atomic men.

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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:18:10 PM   
Funkyrae


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Pfft to your silly dinosaurs.  I bring my friend Butch




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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:18:36 PM   
Mojo


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ORIGINAL: Funkyrae

quote:

ORIGINAL: Mojo

quote:

ORIGINAL: Funkyrae

quote:

ORIGINAL: Castor Troy

Something else JP got wrong......in JP3 we see the Spino vs the T-Rex, but this could never happen because they lived  thousands of miles and million years apart!



And the fact that they were genetically re-introduced into modern times managed to completely escape your attention then?



You are 0.45 seconds behind the times, that information was leased ages ago! Maybe you need to be genetically enhanced!



Yeah I had noticed Mojo that I managed to be behind your superior intellect on this particular occasion. 



I assure you, our intellect is equal. If anything, yours is far superior.


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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:19:57 PM   
Mojo


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Pachycephalosaurus are real men, as they win their women like this:

"It was thought that, in the mating season, big males would run at one another, clashing heads to decide which would dominate and mate with a herd of females"



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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:24:00 PM   
The2ndRing


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I'm gonna have Bender and Pazuzu



Cause some shit and all that

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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:24:54 PM   
Funkyrae


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ORIGINAL: Mojo

Pachycephalosaurus are real men, as they win their women like this:

"It was thought that, in the mating season, big males would run at one another, clashing heads to decide which would dominate and mate with a herd of females"




Great to see very little changes with time


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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:26:28 PM   
bub


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Gonna have a Yetti to

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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:26:34 PM   
Mojo


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Okay... I have Soul Patch:



Big Elvis:



And Spiked Hero (which comes with a cage of Compsognathus):



Of course, during battle, Soul Patch can also call upon his allies of the sky. Bring on your force, you carniverous fiends.




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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:28:23 PM   
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I hope the day will come soon when humans realise that dinosaurs never walked this earth. 

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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:31:00 PM   
Mojo


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I hope the day will come soon when humans realise that dinosaurs never walked this earth. 


I ignored your first comment about the none-existance of dinosaurs, but now you've taken it too far. Where do you think Spielberg got the idea to make Jurassic Park?


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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:32:23 PM   
RockyWilcox


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ORIGINAL: Mojo

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ORIGINAL: RockyWilcox

I hope the day will come soon when humans realise that dinosaurs never walked this earth. 


I ignored your first comment about the none-existance of dinosaurs, but now you've taken it too far. Where do you think Spielberg got the idea to make Jurassic Park?



From looking at his mum and his gran.


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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:32:33 PM   
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His heathen beliefs in Darwinism?

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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:32:51 PM   
Funkyrae


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I hope the day will come soon when humans realise that dinosaurs never walked this earth. 


I shall start to call you "Phoebe".

Do you have a problem with gravity and opposable thumbs too?


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RE: Out Of Nothing - 20/8/2006 10:33:21 PM   
Mojo


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ORIGINAL: RockyWilcox

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ORIGINAL: Mojo

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ORIGINAL: RockyWilcox

I hope the day will come soon when humans realise that dinosaurs never walked this earth. 


I ignored your first comment about the none-existance of dinosaurs, but now you've taken it too far. Where do you think Spielberg got the idea to make Jurassic Park?



From looking at his mum and his gran.



He's never met his mum or his gran because they died in the holocaust. Have some heart.


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