May 07 2012

“Groundbreaking result! Carnivorous Triceratops discovered…”

My first visit to New England has led to some new discoveries that could change the entire paleontological paradigm, as George Wiman so aptly pointed out:

@ @ Groundbreaking result! Carnivorous Triceratops discovered...
George Wiman

We have incontrovertible evidence.

Carniverous Triceratops! I haz evidens!

You can see for yourself at Dinosaur Footprints near Holyoke, MA. Alas, should these results survive rigorous peer review, this will mean the creationists were right: humans and dinosaurs did live together. Well, I say lived together. More like fought to the death.

Reconstruction of epic battle

I myself made only a narrow escape from the clutches of a raging therapod.

Oh Noes! I'm being attacked by a nekkid dinosaur!

If Evelyn hadn’t turned out to be a bonza dinosaur whisperer, we might have perished.

Evelyn tames the savage carniverous head-chomping beastie.

We are still processing our data. More preliminary results to follow.


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  1. 1
    Ned Champlain

    Our only hope for survival was the giants and there solar heat ray, A device that focused the rays of the sun and melted the prehistoric predators.

  2. 2
    dave a

    Great work…i can now go back to Jebus and ask forgiveness for leaving the flock.

  3. 3

    Carnivorous triceratops may be in for a rude surprise if he swallows the hand grenade that soldier appears to be holding!

    1. 3.1
      Ned Champlain

      I think you will find that Triceratops was a brain eater, which evolved into zombies

  4. 4

    I’m convinced because photos never lie. I’m so happy those things are extinct, I wouldn’t want to meet them while fishing.

    They ARE extinct, right?

    1. 4.1

      Not according to some creationists. Also, a good many years ago, Dilbert discovered they were just hiding. Behind his couch.

      1. thebookofdave

        You’re can’t be suggesting they were ‘hiding behind the sofa until the Daleks pass’. ‘Cause there’s no evidence that ever happened.

  5. 5

    All very well and good, but how are they grilled?

  6. 6

    I so love this post. Silliness FTW!

  7. 7
    The Bobs

    Is Evelyn going to take you to visit the MIT campus? It’s a fascinating place. I never got tired of wandering the corridors, there were always lots of interesting things to see.

    You must see the famous infinite corridor!

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