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    Default Dinosaurs: Are they real?

    Hey guys! I'm a 9 month old baby and my parents keep putting this funny looking dinosaur in front of me. It makes these noises that go Rawwwr and Gurwarrr and I like it a lot. My brother, who said he played with dinosaurs, said they are real. I'm having a hard time understanding him though because I don't comprehend English yet as I'm just a baby. So my question is this: Are dinosaurs real and if they are, do you think they would have used a pistol grip or not? Also, do you think they would have used leather or plastic helmets? Also, do you think they would have formed a union or not? Also, do you think they would prefer volunteer work or career work? Also, do you think they would have used blue lights or yellow lights? Thanks for all your input! I'm just a baby trying to learn. LOL LMFA OMG BRB AIDS CPAP and all that. Here is a youtube video on the matter

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    That's funny right there..... Sad thing is I actually remember that T.V. show. LMAO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rpferry View Post
    Hey guys! I'm a 9 month old baby and my parents keep putting this funny looking dinosaur in front of me. It makes these noises that go Rawwwr and Gurwarrr and I like it a lot. My brother, who said he played with dinosaurs, said they are real. I'm having a hard time understanding him though because I don't comprehend English yet as I'm just a baby. So my question is this: Are dinosaurs real and if they are, do you think they would have used a pistol grip or not? Also, do you think they would have used leather or plastic helmets? Also, do you think they would have formed a union or not? Also, do you think they would prefer volunteer work or career work? Also, do you think they would have used blue lights or yellow lights? Thanks for all your input! I'm just a baby trying to learn. LOL LMFA OMG BRB AIDS CPAP and all that. Here is a youtube video on the matter


    Not the MAMA! lol.

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    I've got to say, I died when I read your random internet acronyms turn into AIDS and CPAP! That killed me. My kind of humor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpferry View Post
    Hey guys! I'm a 9 month old baby and my parents keep putting this funny looking dinosaur in front of me. It makes these noises that go Rawwwr and Gurwarrr and I like it a lot. My brother, who said he played with dinosaurs, said they are real. I'm having a hard time understanding him though because I don't comprehend English yet as I'm just a baby. So my question is this: Are dinosaurs real and if they are, do you think they would have used a pistol grip or not? Also, do you think they would have used leather or plastic helmets? Also, do you think they would have formed a union or not? Also, do you think they would prefer volunteer work or career work? Also, do you think they would have used blue lights or yellow lights? Thanks for all your input! I'm just a baby trying to learn. LOL LMFA OMG BRB AIDS CPAP and all that. Here is a youtube video on the matter
    Q: Are dinosaurs real?
    A: Yes, they are.

    Q: Would they have used a pistol grip or not?
    A: No. They lacked the manual dexterity.

    Q: Would they have used leather or plastic helmets?
    A: Plastic hadn't been invented yet. Cows hadn't been invented yet, either, so they most likely would have used dragon hide. Dragons are real, too.

    Q: Would they have formed a union or not?
    A: See the following question.

    Q: Would they prefer volunteer work or career work?
    A: Only the carnivorous dinosaurs could fight fires. The herbivores were too passive to get involved with all that activity. The carnivores had no need for money, since they could easily take whatever they wanted. Since they would take whatever they wanted, they also had no need for unions.

    Q: Would they have used blue lights or yellow lights?
    A: They probably would have used yellow lights. Dinosaur eyes are thought to have been similar to modern avian eyes, and birds have more cones sensitive to this color range than any other. If dinosaur eyes were in fact similar, they would also have been more sensitive to yellow than blue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJR512 View Post
    Q: Are dinosaurs real?
    A: Yes, they are.

    Q: Would they have used a pistol grip or not?
    A: No. They lacked the manual dexterity.

    Q: Would they have used leather or plastic helmets?
    A: Plastic hadn't been invented yet. Cows hadn't been invented yet, either, so they most likely would have used dragon hide. Dragons are real, too.

    Q: Would they have formed a union or not?
    A: See the following question.

    Q: Would they prefer volunteer work or career work?
    A: Only the carnivorous dinosaurs could fight fires. The herbivores were too passive to get involved with all that activity. The carnivores had no need for money, since they could easily take whatever they wanted. Since they would take whatever they wanted, they also had no need for unions.

    Q: Would they have used blue lights or yellow lights?
    A: They probably would have used yellow lights. Dinosaur eyes are thought to have been similar to modern avian eyes, and birds have more cones sensitive to this color range than any other. If dinosaur eyes were in fact similar, they would also have been more sensitive to yellow than blue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CdnFD24 View Post
    *head-desk*
    Relax. I was joking.
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    Default Speaking of Dinosaurs, what about those other TGIF shows...

    Quote Originally Posted by JJR512 View Post
    Relax. I was joking.

    JJR,

    From the other thread, I see you have a good taste in comedy...I'm betting you know you're pop culture as well. You remember Perfect Strangers on TGIF?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firehouse_Chick View Post
    JJR,

    From the other thread, I see you have a good taste in comedy...I'm betting you know you're pop culture as well. You remember Perfect Strangers on TGIF?
    I remember it, though to be honest, I didn't watch it. I know I've seen bits and pieces of a few episodes, nothing I remember specifically, but I'm pretty sure I usually didn't watch the show. I was a teenager at the time. I'm not sure what I was doing then, if I was watching something else or what.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJR512 View Post
    I remember it, though to be honest, I didn't watch it. I know I've seen bits and pieces of a few episodes, nothing I remember specifically, but I'm pretty sure I usually didn't watch the show. I was a teenager at the time. I'm not sure what I was doing then, if I was watching something else or what.

    Then I'm sure you remember this guy....


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    Ughhhh....that backfired in a big way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rpferry View Post
    Ughhhh....that backfired in a big way.
    Firehouse_Morale_officer is not a female or a child, So don't feel bad, Scarecrow has a nack for twisting things to his advantage.
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    Could there be a young elopement in the near future?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpferry View Post
    Ughhhh....that backfired in a big way.
    For a while there it look to be a great troll trap...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firehouse_Chick View Post
    Then I'm sure you remember this guy....
    Yes, but just as with the other show...I remember it, but rarely, if ever, watched it. The only show from the original TGIF lineup (according to what's listed at Wikipedia, anyway; I don't actually remember the lineup myself) was Just The Ten of Us. I also watched Mr. Belvedere but not in its first-run, only as daytime reruns later.
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    rpferry, too friggin' funny man, your post sounded just like some retarded crap that "she'd" come up with, haha.

    JJR, watch out man, she's really a dude, quit letting her/him/it hit on you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BULL321 View Post
    Firehouse_Morale_officer is not a female or a child, So don't feel bad, Scarecrow has a nack for twisting things to his advantage.
    HAHAHAHAHA, I've heard them called barracks morale officers but never firehouse, keep up the good work brother.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firefightinirish217 View Post
    rpferry, too friggin' funny man, your post sounded just like some retarded crap that "she'd" come up with, haha.

    JJR, watch out man, she's really a dude, quit letting her/him/it hit on you.
    I haven't been around here long enough to know the apparently rich history of trolls and multiple-account users you guys have had here. Apparently you all are recognizing something I am not, which is why I'm not being so quick to jump to conclusions. To be perfectly honest, some of the questions she's started threads with have been interesting to me, and there have been some straightforward answers to them that I feel I've learned from. So it doesn't really matter to me if Firehouse_Chick is or isn't what she claims to be, or if she is asking these questions to actually learn, or for some other reason. It doesn't matter to me because I'm actually benefiting from the situation.

    That being said, whether Firehouse_Chick is really a girl or not, I have no idea, but as I said, I don't have the experience here to know what you guys are familiar with in terms of your troll history. However, I do find it very unusual (meaning suspicious) for an alleged 15-y/o to remember TV shows that were on in the late 1980s, including specifically the name of the block of time during which they were broadcast (the TGIF part).
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    Anyone remember the song "Flagpole Sitta" by Harvey Danger? I think he may have been reading these forums when he wrote that stellar piece of musical artistry
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtg55 View Post
    Anyone remember the song "Flagpole Sitta" by Harvey Danger? I think he may have been reading these forums when he wrote that stellar piece of musical artistry
    Yes...I remember that song as if it just came out 13 years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJR512 View Post
    However, I do find it very unusual (meaning suspicious) for an alleged 15-y/o to remember TV shows that were on in the late 1980s, including specifically the name of the block of time during which they were broadcast (the TGIF part).
    YATZI, you nailed it on the head JJR, and on top of that, what the hell is a 15 year old girl doing home alone posting on a forum on a Friday, Saturday, AND, Sunday night? She's either way ugly, or not a 15 year old girl afterall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtg55 View Post
    Anyone remember the song "Flagpole Sitta" by Harvey Danger? I think he may have been reading these forums when he wrote that stellar piece of musical artistry

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    Quote Originally Posted by firefightinirish217 View Post
    YATZI, you nailed it on the head JJR, and on top of that, what the hell is a 15 year old girl doing home alone posting on a forum on a Friday, Saturday, AND, Sunday night? She's either way ugly, or not a 15 year old girl afterall.
    so true so true... to know that much about the late 80's must also be a straight tv/youtube nerd hahahahaha

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