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#69 - I'm wondering if she's disgusted of molesters having some standards?  [+] (1 reply) 10/05/2016 on TFW you don't get chosen to... +5
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#73 - Lashawndraniqua (10/05/2016) [-]
What a terrible world we live in where even Pedophiles won't molest you because you're fat.

#238 - I doubt anon gave you a valid reason since "As of May 201…  [+] (2 replies) 10/01/2016 on What a girl! 0
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#265 - fuckingtrolls (10/01/2016) [-]
You lost me at all white running competitions, I'm not being sarcastic or condescending I really don't get it.
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#274 - bounod (10/03/2016) [-]
Black men seem to dominate the sport of running and it's totally fine. I would find it condescending if there was all white series just so white men could get to the podium. That's how I feel when I hear about women having separate chess tournaments. Either men aren't getting biological advantage in chess or they do and then women's league is understandable. If there's a biological factor that gives an advantage in tasks like chess, why at the same time it's insisted that there's no difference in male and female brain capabilities. I guess what I try to say that if there are two stances that exclude each other, people would stop using one when it fits them and another when it fits another point they are making. Not sure if my rambling cleared my point, but at least I tried
#2 - So.. what caused the extinction of those animals when their pr…  [+] (9 replies) 09/30/2016 on Not a Dino Part 2: Mosasaurus +2
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#4 - agronimo (09/30/2016) [-]
I don't know shit, but I'm gonna guess that it was about their size. The mass extinction affected the ratio of predator/prey, and because these things were so huge, it was harder for them to find enough prey to sustain their body weight. Smaller predators like sharks survived because they were quite smaller and thus it was easier for them to find food. In the end one of the biggest evolutionary advantages of these things might had been the cause of their downfall
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#7 - harleyquinzel (09/30/2016) [-]
This is true. The large and small land animals died because of the impact ruining their ecosystem. The oceans were affected too, but the impact had a smaller effect, just lowering the numbers to where any large predators (bigger than modern sharks) would most likely starve
#8 - agronimo (09/30/2016) [-]
>Mfw I take a blind guess and it turns out to be correct
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#9 - harleyquinzel (09/30/2016) [-]
I was kinda just watching until someone got it because I'm drugged out of my mind right now for my sickness/pain and less than coherent. i squeezed the facts out before i took the pills
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#10 - agronimo (09/30/2016) [-]
Shit, man, are you ok? Do you have some kind of chronic disiease or something?
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#11 - harleyquinzel (09/30/2016) [-]
lol no i have a cold and just happened to also have a small surgery. nothing serious!
#12 - agronimo (09/30/2016) [-]
Well, then have yourself some soup and get better, mate. Also, keep up with the good work, my dude, I fucking love your posts about dinosaurs and dinosaur accesories, they're kewl as fuck
#3 - anon (09/30/2016) [-]
prey evolved to be not useful enough to sustain predator, GENIUS theory by me,

yours truly, anon
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#5 - bounod (09/30/2016) [-]
Yet the sharks from that period are more or less the same (this coming from a guy who really don't know much sharks have evolved). I am just wondering if the apex predators came so common so fast that there was a food crisis that caused the extinction.
#20 - He's not cooking with gas. That's a firepit he has under the p…  [+] (1 reply) 09/30/2016 on Syrian cuisine +1
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#21 - babaskeep (09/30/2016) [-]
That's true, but where was the impact? It seems to blow upwards. Your theory is alot better than mine though