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Re: Sauropodz r kewl WAS: silly conversation on 2012 US presidential race
Now I have to weigh in here as a devoted amateur.
My favorite dinosaur, of all, saurischian or ornithischian, avian or
non-avian, remains Brontosaurus. Yes, I am well read enough to recognize
that name is no longer recognized. But in the consideration of emotional
responses, i.e., "favorites," it's the Brontosaurus I saw pictured on
the back of the cereal box, the Brontosaurus I saw in the How and Why
Wonder Book of Dinosaurs, the Brontosaurus who stirred my imagination.
Bully for Brontosaurus! :)
And sauropods remain kewl.
Ar 4/14/2012 8:37 PM, scríobh Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.:
On Sat, April 14, 2012 4:05 pm, Augusto Haro wrote:
Nobody admits that she/he is strongly influenced by the mass media and
that her/his favorite dinosaur is T. rex?
Well, of course MINE is, too! But I only responded back when the initial
"favorite sauropod" question had been asked; not the broader "favorite
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