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(CNBC)   World's second most famous T. rex is going up for sale. Subby last seen rummaging through his couch cushions to make a bid   (cnbc.com) divider line
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601 clicks; posted to Geek » on 16 Sep 2020 at 10:42 AM (2 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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This couch?
 
2 days ago  
We can squabble about whether pieces of history should be treated like commodities to be bought and sold.

But surely people can agree that a star of the "Night at the Museum" should be treated with more respect!
 
2 days ago  
*Laughs in Sue* Chicago getting a matching set?
 
2 days ago  
The most famous T-rex I ever saw was a friend's bong in college. It had two slides that looked like t-rex arms
 
2 days ago  
Bang a gong.
 
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2 days ago  
Cue the Dresden riding Sue pic
 
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2 days ago  
Does it play fetch?
 
2 days ago  

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This.
 
2 days ago  

wejash: We can squabble about whether pieces of history should be treated like commodities to be bought and sold.


Lets do this!

Why wouldn't they be able to be bought and sold? Are you going to pay for its storage and/or upkeep?
 
2 days ago  
Harry Dresdens looking for a new pet...
 
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Dr Jack Badofsky: Does it play fetch?


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DerAppie: wejash: We can squabble about whether pieces of history should be treated like commodities to be bought and sold.

Lets do this!

Why wouldn't they be able to be bought and sold? Are you going to pay for its storage and/or upkeep?


Bone Wars

No, it's not a Star Wars pron parody
 
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DerAppie: wejash: We can squabble about whether pieces of history should be treated like commodities to be bought and sold.

Lets do this!

Why wouldn't they be able to be bought and sold? Are you going to pay for its storage and/or upkeep?


In b4 "Cultural heritage" on a critter dead for 66 million years before humans.
 
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