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RE: What is big, fluffy, and could tear

Tom Holtz wrote:
<So how are the BANDits going to deal with this? Will they call them frauds or 
collegen fibers, or is Tyrannosauroidea now part of birds?>
  I don't know, Brain, the same things they've always done?
  1. Ignore it.
  2. Claim it's a giant fin-tailed lizard with blubber like padding beneath the 
  3. Has absolutely nothing to do with the origin of birds! I mean, it's 
clearly a carnosaur (i.e., large bodied theropod), and no one put that close to 
birds! Why, I once read this book, by that one guy who argued that this was so, 
so it must be true!


Jaime A. Headden
The Bite Stuff (site v2)

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