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Re: Jurassic Park IV

Unfortunately, he _was_ armed with the most cocky, know-it-all script 
(pre-pubuscent teen crash lands on island, suddenly develops a survivalist 
streak that would make Rambo jealous and begins to take on Velociraptors with 
smoke bombs - yeah, right) and the most irritating voice in the world. He 
couldn't even say 'dad' properly: it was all 'Dae-add! Dae-add! Over he-eare 
Dae-add!" William H. Macy and co. should've left him on the island as food for 
all the smugcockygitovores, and then delivered the screenwriter(s) for desert.


Dr. Mark Witton

Palaeobiology Research Group
School of Earth and Environmental Sciences
University of Portsmouth
Burnaby Building
Burnaby Road

Tel: (44)2392 842418
E-mail: Mark.Witton@port.ac.uk
>>> Dann Pigdon <dannj@alphalink.com.au> 25/06/09 11:45 PM >>>
On Fri, Jun 26th, 2009 at 5:16 AM, Augusto Haro <augustoharo@gmail.com> wrote:

> The humans should no have tools, no knife to help them make spikes,
> for they to have it difficult to defend themselves. Also, perhaps,
> they may be isolated, in order to avoid those industriae and
> iniciative which came with sociability. They should have holes or
> something to hide. 

The boy who needed to be rescued in JP3 was in a similar situation.


Dann Pigdon
GIS / Archaeologist                Australian Dinosaurs
Melbourne, Australia               http://home.alphalink.com.au/~dannj