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(NBC News)   Paleontologists blow chance to name newly discovered lizard BARACKASAURUS   (cosmiclog.nbcnews.com) divider line 10
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2012-12-11 03:00:25 PM  
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Obamadon looks on blithely, bottom left, as Taxolotofus IRSii, center, prepares to devour Middleclassicus americani, bottom right.

Center left: Job creatorus prepares to add value to a herd of corporatosauri, center right.

Background center: a dense agglomeration of credit default swaps and asset-backed securities prepares to inject liquidity and an enormous bolus of hot money into the financial ecosystem

Top left: Satan, in the guise of a serpent, awaits coiled on a branch of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, preparing to deceive Eve (not pictured) into tasting its fruit.
2012-12-11 02:55:47 PM  
2 votes:
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Brakasaurus!

/oh man!
2012-12-11 02:14:05 PM  
2 votes:
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2012-12-11 08:03:05 PM  
1 votes:

Ishkur: fta: The researchers concluded that no species weighing more than a pound survived.

*cough*
Coelacanth
*cough*


They probably meant land animals. But to get technical, the last big coelacanth of the mesozoic was Megalocoelacanthus (I prepared the two specimens found in Kansas, and discovered a full 50% of them). It's related tot he modern coelacanth Latimera chalumnae, however Latimera, even as as a genus, most certainly wasn't around at the end of the Cretaceous.
2012-12-11 07:53:09 PM  
1 votes:
fta: The researchers concluded that no species weighing more than a pound survived.

*cough*
Coelacanth
*cough*
2012-12-11 02:52:37 PM  
1 votes:
Ah, it will be f*cking AWESOME to enjoy yet another 4 long years of neoconservatives' frustration with their powerlessness. Especially here in newly-supermajoritized California, where you c*nts will be lucky if we even let you through the checkpoints by 2016.

But don't worry, I heard they also named something after Romney. It's an emotional disease where the sufferer is obsessed with feelings of dissatisfaction due to the inability to purchase a Veyron SS and only feels they can afford a Lotus Elise. After the attack has passed, they rediscover that they are too poor even to buy a used Ford Courier pickup because they work for a rich corporate pig. It's called Mitt-understanding.
2012-12-11 02:35:47 PM  
1 votes:
to be fair, 'Obamadon' is pretty cool, though it could sound like he's joined the mafia
2012-12-11 02:28:58 PM  
1 votes:
Actually, Obamadon is pretty cool.
2012-12-11 02:26:35 PM  
1 votes:
Obama already has a type of fish (Ethiostoma obama) and lichen (Caloplaca obamae) named after him, and now the recently re-elected leader of the free world can add a foot-long, slender-toothed casualty of the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction to the list.


Christ people, why not just blow the man and be done with it.
2012-12-11 02:12:10 PM  
1 votes:
There were no black people in The Flintstones.
 
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