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Old June 20th, 2014, 02:38 AM   #31
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Old June 20th, 2014, 05:40 AM   #32
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The world is full of them...that's why its in the state it is
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If I was going to be eaten by a dinosaur I'd want it to be him. He's ridiculously cool.
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This is the best response by far! Unfortunately it seems unlikely this will happen, as the human race is degenerating fast in both physical and mental ability. Stupidity and low class behaviour, interests and culture are on the rise. Trashy people have hundreds of children, while the more intelligent have few or none. At the same time, modern medicine means that serious defects are not being edited out of the human population. Natural selection and survival of the fittest have gone into reverse. Obesity, asthma and all kinds of weaknesses such as poor eye sight, lowered IQ, lactose intolerance are increasing. The human species is degenerating itself towards extinction in the next few hundred years if we are not careful.

Having children should be a privilege, not a right. Trashy people living on state benefits and churning out hundreds of children that they then don't look after properly, leading to messed up adults who fall into crime, poverty and trashy lives themselves- is this what we want for our future?
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If I was going to be eaten by a dinosaur I'd want it to be him. He's ridiculously cool.
Spinosaurus is also bigger and more badass in every way than T. Rex, which is why Spinosaurus is the dinosaur that everyone should know about, not T. Rex/
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If I was going to be eaten by a dinosaur I'd want it to be him. He's ridiculously cool.
He probably wouldn't eat you unless you were a large fish.
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Spinosaurus is also bigger and more badass in every way than T. Rex, which is why Spinosaurus is the dinosaur that everyone should know about, not T. Rex/
Except for the fact that most paleontologists believe that Spinosaurus only ate fish, that its bite force was weaker than T-Rex, and that that great sail on its back was probably too brittle to risk in a major fight with large dinosaurs.
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