Enjoys paleontology and video games. Writes and podcasts for Nintendo World Report and barely maintains an enthusiast paleo blog.
Joined on 18 April, 2011
October ink and marker sketches 7: A big adult male Procoptodon goliah, a giant, short-faced,one-toed kangaroo from the late Pleistocene of Australia. They probably did not hop but walked.
Going from hopping to walking with a single toe is quite a flex.
Everytime I'm asked what I didnt learn in my 10 years of schooling specific to public health, my response is "That science is political".
This wasn't just left out, I was taught the opposite. I was taught public health is apolitical. This is detrimental.
If you're lost and phone is low or has no signal, here's a tip. Change the voicemail message to give your location, time, date, situation and instructions ie. staying with the car. If your phone dies, voicemail still works, so anyone looking for you will know where to send help.
This is brilliant!!!
I don't get why dinosaur media keeps gravitating towards more fragmentary giant theropods like Giganotosaurus, Carcharodontosaurus or some made-up creature.
You want something large, recognizable, visually distinct, well-known and intimidating? Acrocanthosaurus is RIGHT THERE
Tired of seeing this anti paleontology "hOw ScIeNtIsTs WoUlD rEcOnStRuCt iT" bullshit so I made this
Replying to @Papa__Drago: i hate that those memes came from a misinterpreted part in the all yesterdays book where it shows what future scientist's…
i hate that those memes came from a misinterpreted part in the all yesterdays book where it shows what future scientist's would reconstruct the animals if there were NO living descendants. its not making fun of how we reconstruct dinosaurs, but showing a worst case scenario.
The Senate vote on the Freedom To Vote Act breaks 50-50 along party lines. All Democrats are on board, all Republicans vote to filibuster.
@SenSchumer changed his vote to "no" at the end to preserve his procedural option to bring up the bill again.
Official tally: 49-51
Replying to @notstevenwhite: It's been remarkable to watch Republicans, even "moderates," realize they don't have to pretend they support voting rig…
It's been remarkable to watch Republicans, even "moderates," realize they don't have to pretend they support voting rights anymore in the post-Shelby era. As recently as 2006, the Voting Rights Act renewal passed the Senate 98-0 and was signed by George W. Bush.
Most of this is wrong. IRS would not see individual transactions, only year-end totals. But take a minute to admire this bit of rhetorical finesse: “So they can tax you and your family at the maximum possible amount," i.e. "the amount you legally owe"
The truly infuriating thing about the $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill being held up by 1 single asshole in the senate is that it’s actually a $350 billion annual spending bill (spread out over 10 years) 🥲 To put that in perspective, our annual military budget is $715 billion.
quote this with your most unpopular opinion about batman
I get Batman is darkness & vengeance, but too many modern adaptations forget to bundle the badass with the empathy. I loved the 90s series where, as dark as things got, there were moments of hope, Batman would kick the crap out of evil, but he'd jump on a chance to rehabilitate.
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