Rss

  • redit
  • youtube
  • google

Archives for : dinosaurs

Dinosaur Erotica

Dinosaur Erotica

I’ve seen some terrible books in the past. Really terrible ones. But sometimes, even after years of seeing terrible things on the internet, I can still be surprised.

Continue Reading >>

Dino D-Day is on 75% off

Dino D-Day is an alternate reality WWII shooter that answers the questions, “What would happen if the Nazis had cloned dinosaurs?” It’s like Call of Duty mixed with Dinoriders. I love this game, and it’s 75% off, so you should go buy it and love it too.

Continue Reading >>

The scene from Jurassic Park that could have been

Eldritch Park Jurassic Park 3D was amazing, and the movie still stands as having some of the best special effects I have ever seen. Even on an Imax screen, there were barely any issues with it. I really wish that modern movie makers would look back at what they used to make and see how awesome what they are making now could be. There is one thing I would think about changing though…

Continue Reading >>

A few shows that could use a modern reboot

RebootWe’ve had a lot of reboots, reimagings, and remakes recently. A lot of them have sucked, but they don’t always have to. The Wizard of Oz, The Departed, The Thing, The Fly, all remakes of other films. Likewise, we’ve seen many different versions of X-Men, Transformers, Ghostbusters, GIJoe, Thundercats, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and other popular cartoons. Sure, some have been crap, but others have actually been pretty good.

Continue Reading >>

And the rest of the Carnegie Museum

Carnegie Museum of History07

It’s not all dinosaurs and art at the Carnegie Museum.

Continue Reading >>

Carnegie Museum of Art

I have no idea what this is.

I have no idea what this is.

The Carnegie Museum isn’t just dinosaurs, it’s also got art. Lots and lots of art. So much art, that I think I lost my girlfriend about four times while we wandered that section…

Continue Reading >>

Carnegie Museum of Dinosaurs

Carnegie Museum of Dinosaurst06

We got a membership to the Carnegie Museums, so we plan on going quite a bit more. Of course, every time we go there, the mollusk exhibit always seems to be closed. There are still dinosaurs though, and that’s a good thing.

Continue Reading >>