Monday, July 17, 2017

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Anyone else find it troubling that there are (arguably) two classifications of dinosaurs, bird hipped and lizard hipped, but the bird-hipped dinosaurs are the ones that AREN'T being considered as the ones who evolved into birds?

It's the "raptor" type dinosaurs, mostly theropods, that are considered direct forefathers of modern birds. Or, more likely, they're considered to be the family tree that shares a common ancestor with birds - - and somewhere along that divergence, the "lizard hips" evolved into bird hips. Whereas, the dinosaurs that already had bird hips went extinct.

I'm not saying there's a flaw in the theory, I'm just saying what are the odds? Right? That's like saying the future of mammals is in having hair, then all the hairy stuff died, but the survivors grew hair. Just ... weird (to me).

Also, the carnotaurus isn't hip. He just says jive turkey because we're talking about lousy birds.

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Monday, July 10, 2017

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Surprise, these dinosaurs can talk! Time to bust the mould, and let dinosaurs speak for themselves. I don't think Dr. Quixote and the dinosaurs are going to get along - - who the hell is some doctor to come along and tell dinosaurs who dinosaurs are?!

Whatcha think of my carnotaurus? The ornithischian is based off of a dinosaur I'd never really heard of, named talenkauen. Not sure how I came up with that, to be honest. He's heavily designed off of a hypsilophodon.

Now, how is meeting dinosaurs going to get our friends from King St. back to modern times, and why is the King St. sign here, in the past? Or is this the future? Will any of this make sense at any point?

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Monday, July 3, 2017

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Damned dirty apes! Where the hell are they when you're expecting them?! I promise more of the unexpected in this pivotal episode of the King St. Capers.

If you haven't had enough monkeys, here they are! The stunt monks from "Not in Kansas Anymore" figure heavily into this awful ripoff of The Wizard of Oz. And here are the herpes monkeys, which, weren't that funny either....

Also, Happy Canada Day from Canada.

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