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Re: Bakkermania! (was Chasing Monsters)
> From: Larry Dunn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Bakkermania! (was Chasing Monsters)
> Date: Sunday, May 24, 1998 8:58 PM
> From: Danvarner <Danvarner@aol.com>
> > Next week: Tips on the Robert Bakker Method for Acting on
> >Documentaries using the fingers, eye-squints, and eccentric syntax.
> The guy makes me cringe too, which leads me to query the pros: how is
> his published work? I mean the real technical writing, not TDH (which
> I've read). Is it respected? Does it generally make sense?
> He seems to have such an agenda to make dinosaurs smarter than Steven
> Hawking and faster than cheetahs that I can't help but reflexively doubt
> everything he says. For example, on a television program he recently
> portrayed Coelophysis as the pack-hunting terror of the Triassic, while
> I've assumed all along that the big predatory thecodonts would've been
> perfectly happy to eat Coelophysis with some fava beans and a nice
Dr.Bob publishes his stuff in ' The Hunteria' at the University of Colorado
Is this the TDH you're referring to ?
I met him at a lecture about 5 years ago ,at UNCW in Wilmington , N.C. His
campus escort was from Raleigh , and happened to be wearing one of my dino
t-shirts. He asked where he could get one .To make a long story short , I
got primo seats at the lecture ,and Bob got a shirt and some prints . The
guy's arrogant , eccentric and somewhat wide of the mark at times , but
he's entertaining in the context of a lecture and not a bad artist .He
absolutely should stay in the field and off of the T.V .
Regards , Truett Garner