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Re: Dinosaur TV Week

It was the Italian Babes that were made of polystyrene.

Larry Dunn wrote:

> One closing and 1.6 billion dollars later, here are
> some highlights of U.S. national television
> programming concerning dinosaurs, other prehistoric
> animals and evolution, from high art to low trash and
> (hopefully) back again, all times Eastern (check local
> listings to confirm):
> Tuesday, May 18
> Discovery Channel, 9:00am
> Assignment Discovery
> "Creatures of the Sky; When Dinosaurs Ruled"
> Reported to have much interesting dinosaur content.
> PBS, 8:00pm (may not be broadcast on all PBS stations)
> Odyssey of Life
> "The Ultimate Journey"
> Ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny?
> Friday, May 21
> Discovery Channel, 9:00am
> Assignment Discovery
> "Evolution's Next Step"
> No idea what this is about.  Your move.
> Saturday, May 22
> A&E, 11:00am
> Biography International
> "Charles Darwin: Evolution's Choice"
> Biography of another eccentric Englishman.
> Discovery Channel, 8:00pm (rebroadcasts midnight)
> Aquatic Ape
> Was there an aquatic phase in human evolution?
> Sunday, May 23
> American Movie Classics, 9:30am
> When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth
> Dinosaurs chase Italian babes.  I'll say the dinosaur
> models were made of polystyrene to start another
> thread. Hee hee.
> May the Force be with someone else,
> ===
> Larry
> See jungle, see jungle
> Go join your gang, yeah
> City all over going crazy
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