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Offline3Mshroom
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Re: I NEED A DINOSAUR, CAN ANYONE HELP?
    #84867 - 04/17/00 12:43 AM (23 years, 10 months ago)

That's a load of shit LOL You just gotta remember that more then a ton had to go in the other end to get a ton out of the other end. Hey here's a thought, forget the comet or climactic change killing the dinosaurs. They drowned in all that crap. The only ones to survive were the ones that could swim lol

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InvisibleLana
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Re: I NEED A DINOSAUR, CAN ANYONE HELP? [Re: 3Mshroom]
    #84870 - 04/18/00 08:29 AM (23 years, 10 months ago)

HAHAHAHA....I'm with Moe. Could you imagine the teks that would use dino poop! You'd need a backhoe just the showel the shit around:-) Imagine calling up your local nursery or garden shop, "Ah yeah...I'd like to order 2 tons of brontosaurs shit. And yes, that for delivery;-)


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Offlinelares
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Re: I NEED A DINOSAUR, CAN ANYONE HELP? [Re: 3Mshroom]
    #84872 - 04/22/00 07:31 PM (23 years, 10 months ago)

Who needs a dinosaur? I'm still trying to find out if I can get an elephant for my back yard. Hey, at least it's SORTA feasible....


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