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I mean, I understand people liking a film I don't like, or hate, or loathe with passion - but how is this movie SO many people's #1 favorite!?...
is that what's gonna totally make your day, to the point of tearing you up and melting your heart?
I cannot find explanations for this phenomenon.
Ferris Bueller fans, I'm wondering - when you spot some relentlessly entitled little spoiled suburbian shit "borriwing" cars -
Oh I believe you, I just find amusing how screw-happy people have always been through history. Proximity really seems the most vital of criteria
I always liked the implications in these stories, where it's like "yeah, my ancestors lived near some natives, so I have native heritage in me!...
"Quick and easy!" is now a euphemism for the exact opposite.
Made gumbo and white-people'd it up by replacing crab with seared scallops
Are you taking notes?
There is also a very fragmentary German Sauropod named Dinosaurus, but it is considered a nomen dubium at best, as well as a pretty definite nomen...
As a nifty trick, a very large Argentinean carnosaur was named Giganotosaurus <--notice the extra o "giganoto", so to get away with almost calling...
Incidentally, "Ultrasaurus" is forever preoccupied by a few very scanty Sauropod fragments from Korea, and Gigantosaurus has been given a rather...
1985 Jensen published a Sauropod dinosaur he named Supersaurus. To this day the genus remains valid, and I hate him for it.
I wanna see more of that in movies
Soon Google search results are gonna be like "Look, if you're not gonna *buy* anything... "