Thursday, June 14, 2007

HYPSILOPHODON!!!!!!!!!!11111111111!!!!!!!!!

THE HYPSILOPHODON IS THE COOLEST DINOSAUR EVER!!!!!!!!!!1111!!!!! IT LOVES TO EAT!!!!!!!!11111! IT ONLY STOPS EATING WHEN IT IS SLEEPING!!!!!!!!11!!!!!!!! DESPITE ALL ITS EATING IT STILL HAS A SLIM POSTURE!!!!!!1111111111!!!!!! THIS IS BECAUSE ITS STOMACH HAS A TELEPORTER IN IT THAT TELEPORTS ALL THE FOOD THE HYPSILOPHODON DOESNT NEED!!!!!!!!!!111111111111!!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE THE HYPSILOPHODON AND IT LOVES ME!!!!11111!!! THIS KID ALSO LOVES THE HYPSILOPHODON!!!!!!11111!!!!

9 comments:

Lord Cheswick said...

That kid totally loves the hypsilophodon.

Vincent said...

I'll admit it--I was looking at that picture of the Hypsilophodon while reading that it never stopped eating but for sleep and was thinking to myself "My! but it retains such a healthy looking figure!" Then, lo and behold, you explain it: a teleporter. Sounds wild. Is this teleporter entirely organic? Or is the Hypsilophodon some sort of cyborg (at least its digestive system)? Is this a technology or characteristic that could be adapted for humans? Lord knows some of us don't stop when we should.

Lord George (the shy Stegosaurus of Cricket Creek said...

Dinosaur Joe-
Can the Human Mammal be retrofitted with the teleporter? '
there could be a big demand for such and item.

Dinosaur Joe said...

I BET THIRDMANGO DOESNT AGREE ABOUT THE KID!!!!!!!!!!!1111111!!!!!!!!1 AND THE STOMACH IS ORGANIC AND IT CAN BE TRANSPLANTED BUT IT HAS THE SETTINGS TO ACTIVATE WHEN THERE WOULD BE ENOUGH NUTRIENTS FOR THE HYPSILOPHODON SO THE HUMAN MAMMAL WOULD BE GETTING AN UNBALANCED AMOUNT OF NUTRIENTS!!!!!!1111111!!!!!!!

Paleozoic Joe said...

THE HYPSILPHODON NEVER GETS ANYTHING DONE SO IT CANT BE AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!1111!!!!!!!!

Dinosaur Joe said...

I BELIEVE YOU ONLY HAVE ONE POST ON YOUR BLOG PALEOZOIC JOE!!!!!!!!!!111111111!!! SO YOU SHOULDNT BE TALKING!!!!!11111!!

Vincent said...

Can the organ not be tweaked? Some amazing things can be done with genetics these days. If it's possible to transplant at all (as it apparently is), perhaps science can engineer it to benefit mankind. I'd rather not dismiss such a possible boon to humanity so frivolously. How can we know if will never work if we haven't tried? The first man who wanted to build a car didn't succeed.

Also, yeah, Paleozoic Joe. Where's all your blogging? It's rather difficult for me to form an opinion about your work, as incendiary as it is, when there's so little.

Dinosaur Joe said...

PEOPLE ARE WORKING ON IT BUT ITS HARD!!!!!!!!11111!!!1111 YOU SHOULD KNOW THAT VINCENT!!!1111111!!

Vincent said...

I'm sorry, Dinosaur Joe. But the way you addressed it seemed to dismiss it pretty flippantly, as if it could never be adapted to work on humans. Though I have no experience in this arena personally, I've no doubt that the challenges posed here are anything but enormous.