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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.

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Dr. Mark Witton

Palaeobiology Research Group
School of Earth and Environmental Sciences
University of Portsmouth
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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.

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