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No. We're not.
Thanks for playing.
7/21/2007 10:16:43 PM
*rubs forehead in pain* I sort of get how you would confuse sharks and crocodiles for dinosaurs, (if you were a 4 year old) but elephants, lions and scorpions (oh my)? What the fuck? No matter how stupid one is how the hell can they confuse two very obvious mammals for "terrible LIZARDS?" And that's just the most obvious and simplistic thing that is wrong with that thought. This has to be Poe. If it's not this is by far the stupidest thing I have seen here.
7/21/2007 10:22:53 PM
Let's chip in and buy this schlep an encyclopaedia.
7/21/2007 10:26:36 PM
7/21/2007 10:29:32 PM
crocodiles=reptiles (and dinosaurs are not related to reptiles)
lions=WTF are you talking about? FURRY MAMMALS, RELATED TO HOUSECATS
7/21/2007 10:34:03 PM
Upon glancing at a few Wikipedia articles, I must correct my previous comment. I was unaware that birds are considered reptiles, and was going with that whole idea of dinosaurs being closely related to birds when I said dinosaurs weren't reptiles.
7/21/2007 10:42:04 PM
Don't freak out: FBoet's definition of dinosaur and animal are the same. It's the only thing I can thing to explain why he's listed all those animals that aren't even closely related to them.
7/21/2007 10:44:04 PM
I have a feeling that FBoet is confused about what constitutes a dinosaur:
Elephant - Mammoth - Not a dinosaur
Lion - Sabre-toothed tiger - Not a dinosaur
7/21/2007 10:55:30 PM
You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.
7/21/2007 11:01:28 PM
Go directly to third grade science class. Do not pass go. Do not collect your diploma.
7/21/2007 11:12:14 PM
Maybe to s certain extent. Crocodiles are related to the large order of reptiles called crocodilians which existed in the Cretaceous period.
So maybe sorta kinda I can see what you are trying to say, but ultimately you fail because that was then, this is now. No dinosaurs alive today buddy, just distant relatives.
7/21/2007 11:50:16 PM
Um...lions? I mean, a two year-old might think that scorpions or even elephants look dinosaur-like, but lions?
7/21/2007 11:58:22 PM
No. But we sure are living in a world full of retards.
7/22/2007 12:01:33 AM
Fundie Science Award contender.
7/22/2007 12:57:30 AM
Sharks, crocodiles, elephants, lions and scorpions aren't dinosuars nor are they the decendents of dinosaurs. But thanks for asking, I'll be chuckling about it all day.
7/22/2007 4:55:57 AM
Birds are considered reptiles? I haven't heard about that, why are they considered reptiles? I thought reptiles were a whole seperate group, or is that just another one of those things you're taught in science in school that isn't entirely accurate?
7/22/2007 6:33:23 AM
You left out fluffy little bunnies and unicorns.
7/22/2007 6:34:46 AM
Katsuro: Birds are decended from reptiles.
The earliest birds had many anatomical features identical to velociraptor type dinosaurs. There are 3 specimens of archeopterix that were thought to be enfeathered dinosaurs because the feather impressions were so faint. Without the feathers the bones look exactly like a small dinosaur.
7/22/2007 6:40:38 AM
Now, wouldn't this imply... oh noes! Evolution!
7/22/2007 7:24:11 AM
Erm... Those are not dinosaurs! Even children knows that.
7/22/2007 8:02:27 AM
I reject your definition of dinosaur and substitute my own.
7/22/2007 8:38:50 AM
Ummm that would be a no.
Corcodilians are similar to their ancient ancestors 100 million years ago - they're not dinosaurs though - they're both sauropods but the Crocdylomorpha superorder diverged from the dinosauria superorder.
Sharks - meh - did those fuckers ever walk on land or have 4 limbs, or a skull with naval civities?
Yeh, lions aint been round that long bucko - elephants used to be tiny and why did you bring up scorpions?
7/22/2007 8:41:54 AM
7/22/2007 9:55:51 AM
Yes, crocs, sharks, and scorpions have been around since dinosaurs. No, they are not dinosaurs. I do not have any idea how the fuck you confused elephants with dinosaurs.
7/22/2007 1:43:53 PM
Oh, I forgot lions, once again, you fail.
7/22/2007 1:44:38 PM
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