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Re: Favorite Dinosaur Image or most inspirational
This is my favorite, I saw it for the first time when child and I do
not know the author.
Even I preserve the image original from the book and I scanned in
order that they could see it.
El 08-09-2006, a las 3:05, Steve Walsh escribió:
Loved the original Gold Key Turok. My first issue: http://www.comic-
and The How and Why Wonderbook of Dinosaurs (natch): http://
homepage.mac.com/doubtboy/HowAndWhy.html. Later on I wore out two
copies of Spinar's/Burian's Life Before Man. Bit run of the mill I
'spose but there you are.
At 03:35 PM 8/09/2006, you wrote:
Now that we've seen the wierdest how about people send
in the dino pic (or pics) that is their favorite or
most inspirational from those formative years. You've
all seen mine.
--- "franklin e. bliss" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Woops, forgot to make everything plain text.
> Cool, I had never seen this one.
> Is that archie flying about between the tops of the
> three trees on
> the left? Of course, white is a great color for a
> prey species to
> adapt in the green savanna/tropical setting.
> Something about a sore
> thumb. Is that an overly flexible T-rex, eating a
> stegosaur? Hummm.
> Where are the humans in this time compression as the
> actual scale of
> the compression backwards would include them if
> carried forward an
> equal amount.
> Somethings are a tad fishy with the painting.
> Frank (Rooster) Bliss
> MS Biostratigraphy
> Weston, Wyoming
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