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March 18, 2020

THE WAY THINGS ARE GOING, WE WOULDN'T RULE OUT THE POSSIBILITY THAT IT WAS AN ACTUAL DINOSAUR

Spanish police have urged citizens to remain indoors during the COVID-19 state of emergency after encountering one citizen on the street dressed as a dinosaur.

(Thanks to Ralph)

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He may have been in search of a group hug, which, like the dinosaurs, is a thing of the past.

Barney looks pissed in that video.

After the State's Attorney stops by for its mandatory visit, I might switch to a dinosaur costume as an election judge. It would make it less confusing to people than the direction "Go to the man in the white shirt waving at us" for people to have the correct ballot.

And then the people were confused about which part of the pen to use to complete the ballots. At least we didn't have hanging chads.

If there's one thing the history of evolution has taught us, it's that life will not be contained. Life breaks free. It expands to new territories.
Dr. Ian Malcolm

Does a dinosaur in the street mean we have to worry about asteroids too?

Watching the dinosaur moving down the street showed us a long forgotten dance called the Jurassic Waltz.
Of course, right after the filming stopped the dinosaur was flattened by a meteor.

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