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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#13 - galkawhm
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#73 to #13 - aerosol
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That picture gets me every damn time.
That picture gets me every damn time.
#39 - gorginhanson
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Shut up and do your school work!

*Smack*

Stop complaining about this images quality

*Smack*
#21 - nyanpoptart
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#34 - hawaiianhappysauce
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And maybe this man will make a Dinosaur park.
#105 to #34 - bombadil
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who, Kris Kringle?
User avatar #106 to #105 - hawaiianhappysauce
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John Hammond... Jurassic Park. You serious?
#107 to #106 - bombadil
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Someone hasn't watched Miracle on 34th street
#17 - anon id: 7c51d415
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The half-life of DNA is too short to clone a dinosaur.
#20 to #17 - anon id: 7bb74d4b
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while that may be true, you did not account for that dinosaur being ridden by that man. Whats your theory mate?
#24 to #20 - anon id: 9965c822
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hurr hurr i'm tri-polar
#55 to #17 - slashendrix
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Yeah but the half-life means it only reduces to half its mass after x amoutn of years. Which means that if could never get to zero. Meaning there is a possibility that future technology can harvest this small amount in order to clone it. k
#56 to #17 - ICEDgrunge
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#46 to #17 - snakefire
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People code computer programs   
   
what if we perfectly coded dinosaur dna from what we already know.   
   
it might not be perfect but close enough right?
People code computer programs

what if we perfectly coded dinosaur dna from what we already know.

it might not be perfect but close enough right?
User avatar #75 to #46 - spyindisguise
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"perfectly coded dinosaur dna"
"might not be perfect"

I'm sorry I just couldn't help but point that out.
User avatar #57 to #17 - ICEDgrunge
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The half life of your comment is too short for me to give a ****!



(... I... I really want this dinosaur thing to happen...)
#22 to #17 - hmficjustinbieber
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**** your **** anon, the verasity of your argument won't stop me
#58 to #17 - kittykatkathryn
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#6 - pull
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Harry Dresden resurrected a T. Rex using Necromancy and controlled it with a one-man polka suit to take it to battle in Chicago to defeat a necromancer who was trying to turn himself into a minor god.

What have you done today?
#7 to #6 - anon id: 5d0db99e
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I jerked off...
User avatar #28 to #6 - atma
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I jerked off...
#41 to #6 - anon id: e0cbdda3
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**** YEAH DRESDEN FILES. i waited nearly 2 years for Cold Days. the time between books is increasing.


on another note--i found the TV show mildly disappointing.
(i still bought the whole thing the first chance i got)
#42 to #41 - theshwedda
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dammit, forgot to log in.
whlie i was reading Dead Beat and got to that scene, i was laughing hysterically. my family (not avid readers) thought i had gone insane, sitting there with a book in my lap laughing my head off.
User avatar #44 to #42 - pull
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I am literally looking at my copy of Dead Beat right now. How is it POSSIBLE not to at LEAST giggle when Carlos says "Everyone else who lets me ride on their dinosaur calls me Carlos."?
User avatar #8 to #6 - cshp
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I jerked off...
User avatar #29 to #6 - azraelthemage
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I just got into this series. Just completed Storm Front yesterday and I loved it. I'll start Fool Moon as soon as I get my hands on it (which will be very soon). I'm currently reading Eye of the World from Wheel of Time (another series I just got into) so I won't start reading it for a while.
User avatar #31 to #29 - pull
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I'm saying this as respectfully as I can... Forget the Wheel of Time for right now, and read the Dresden Files, all the way through. You will not regret it. You don't have any IDEA what you're missing.
User avatar #32 to #31 - azraelthemage
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How many are there currently? And I have to know, does Dresden ever catch a break?
User avatar #35 to #32 - pull
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I think there are fourteen right now, not including the short story anthologies (and by the way, don't read "Side Jobs" until after you finish at least Changes)... and as to whether he ever gets a break...

Let's put it this way: One of the most effective ways to fight against vampires is to use captured sunlight and throw it in their faces. Now, to actually catch a ray of sunlight, you have to be truly happy. Harry Blackstone Copperfield Dresden hasn't been able to catch the sun for eleven books now. Got it?
User avatar #36 to #35 - azraelthemage
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I was meaning stuff like getting cases to work on (basically getting business rather than having to rely on the cops for income) and being financially stable, but your answer works too.
User avatar #37 to #36 - pull
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Oh, yeah. His business does okay, he saves the world a few times (not hyperbole, literally) and he falls in love a few times... And he gets a dog. A big one. That can scare fairies. And pretty much everything else.
User avatar #38 to #37 - azraelthemage
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I know that Jim Butcher has an "Apocalyptic trilogy" planned for the finale of the series. Any information on that?
User avatar #47 to #38 - pull
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The phrases "Stars and Stones", "Hell's Bells" and "Empty Night" will be the titles.

What? You didn't think they were supernatural curses for nothing, did you?
User avatar #48 to #47 - azraelthemage
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Any idea how this "Apocalyptic" storyline will unfold?
User avatar #51 to #48 - pull
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I'm assuming rocks fall from the sky, hell unleashes on earth, and all humans disappear-- the vampires' "Empty Night", or when their food source disappears. Something like that, but nothing substantial. Check out the TVTropes Dresden Files WMG page for more.
User avatar #111 to #29 - miia
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hey
wake the **** up
User avatar #110 to #29 - miia
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I JUST FINISHED IT TOO
#9 to #6 - blandknight
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You just singlehandedly made me reread the dresden files
User avatar #10 to #9 - pull
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Have you read Cold Days yet?
#11 to #10 - blandknight
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I stopped after changes, I read it right after it came out and by the time the next one was released I had all but forgotten about it
User avatar #30 to #11 - pull
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Read Ghost Story. Now. Go to your closest library if it's still open and GET THAT ******* BOOK.
#53 to #30 - blandknight
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I'll have to reread the series first its been a couple years and I want to be fresh
User avatar #54 to #53 - pull
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Oh, all right. But yeah, hit that **** ASAP.
#112 to #54 - blandknight
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I finally got caught up
#60 - theoriginalmexican
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User avatar #72 to #60 - maximusboy
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a controversy :D
User avatar #68 to #60 - brothergrimm
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when i grow up, i wanna be someone who does something that causes millions to hate me and even more to love me. or vice versa
#40 - anon id: 15d65d15
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Too bad DNA half-life is too short. There will never be any cloning of any dinosaur.
Sorry to burst ya bubble.
#49 to #40 - anon id: 1ce0c644
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This may or may not be true but I do believe that they pulled a Jurassic park a little while ago and found some DNA of a dinosaur.
User avatar #43 to #40 - zerosonaku
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BUT, there is still hope in DNA reverse engineering. rearranging bird dna to make it more reptile like. There are documentaries on it. just too lazy to find them.
#45 to #40 - joshlols
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You think 200 years ago anyone knew what an iPhone was. No one even had that concept in their head, probably no one would believe that, Science is full of surprises.
Don't wanna sound like Justin Bieber here, but never say never.
User avatar #67 to #45 - superanonymouspers
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Just wanna say that "never say never" existed long before that little **** made a movie about it.
#86 to #67 - anon id: 65795a73
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fj has a problem with these sorts of things, it's always safer to clarify
User avatar #108 to #45 - tammus
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no but, this is literally impossible, any clone-able DNA for a dinosaur deteriorated long ago.
#100 to #45 - doctorjerkberg
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I'm sure most everyone has heard this quote, but as the Popular Mechanics once stated, “In the future, computers may weigh no more than 1.5 tonnes.”

Makes me shmile. We as lowly farm-folk can't even attempt to accurately predict what innovations we'll be using 50 years in the future.
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#2 - markuseh
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The DNA from dinosaurs is too old, we wont be able to ever clone one

We will however be able to clone mammoths, which is still pretty cool
User avatar #3 to #2 - TimBisley
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Every army should then ride mammoths with laser guns on their tusks into war.