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Sumpumpolis


Mar 8, 2012, 11:13 PM
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Hypothetical Dino question
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A friend posed me this question, and it cracked me up enough to find a climbing forum to post it on.

The situation: Chris sharma (or another famous/good climber) dinos to a man's head.

the question: What is the damage?

You can replace "man's head" with "a baby" or "a live cat" if you want. please reply with a serious and scientific answer.


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Isn't Dino the Flintstones dog?

Hypothetical question, really?

Sumpumpolis wrote:
please reply with a serious and scientific answer.


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Yes.

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Sumpumpolis wrote:
A friend posed me this question, and it cracked me up enough to find a climbing forum to post it on.

The situation: Chris sharma (or another famous/good climber) dinos to a man's head.

the question: What is the damage?

You can replace "man's head" with "a baby" or "a live cat" if you want. please reply with a serious and scientific answer.

The whole enchilada quote.


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moose_droppings wrote:
Isn't Dino the Flintstones dog?

Beaten to the punch by the first fucking response. How much does that suck.

Jay


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moose_droppings wrote:
Isn't Dino the Flintstones dog?

Hypothetical question, really?

Sumpumpolis wrote:
please reply with a serious and scientific answer.

I think "pet" is more appropriate. There. I just made it scientific. We now have an argument.


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Chuck Norries dies.


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herites wrote:
Chuck Norries dies.
Winner!


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herites wrote:
Chuck Norries dies.



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Yes, dinos (As in dinosaurs) are hypothetical, because the earth doesnt exist for as long as "scientists" claim it would have to be, in order for dinos to exist.

qwert


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qwert wrote:
Yes, dinos (As in dinosaurs) are hypothetical, because the earth doesnt exist for as long as "scientists" claim it would have to be, in order for dinos to exist.

qwert

Qwert, that had potential, but I think you need to work a bit on your delivery.

Jay


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One must assume that the dino represents a metamorphic structure that was intruded from the tertiary period. We'll assume that the rock is El Cap for the sake of scientific accuracy. Also, for accuracy, we'll use the third example of "live cat". So if Chris Sharma hits a live cat with a piece of granite from El Cap, then a masturbation dies.


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Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
One must assume that the dino represents a metamorphic structure that was intruded from the tertiary period. We'll assume that the rock is El Cap for the sake of scientific accuracy. Also, for accuracy, we'll use the third example of "live cat". So if Chris Sharma hits a live cat with a piece of granite from El Cap, then a masturbation dies.

What if it's Schrodinger's cat? Cool

Curt


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curt wrote:
Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
One must assume that the dino represents a metamorphic structure that was intruded from the tertiary period. We'll assume that the rock is El Cap for the sake of scientific accuracy. Also, for accuracy, we'll use the third example of "live cat". So if Chris Sharma hits a live cat with a piece of granite from El Cap, then a masturbation dies.

What if it's Schrodinger's cat? Cool

Curt

What if it isn't?


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j_ung wrote:
curt wrote:
Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
One must assume that the dino represents a metamorphic structure that was intruded from the tertiary period. We'll assume that the rock is El Cap for the sake of scientific accuracy. Also, for accuracy, we'll use the third example of "live cat". So if Chris Sharma hits a live cat with a piece of granite from El Cap, then a masturbation dies.

What if it's Schrodinger's cat? Cool

Curt

What if it isn't?

How do we tell?


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dr_feelgood wrote:
j_ung wrote:
curt wrote:
Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
One must assume that the dino represents a metamorphic structure that was intruded from the tertiary period. We'll assume that the rock is El Cap for the sake of scientific accuracy. Also, for accuracy, we'll use the third example of "live cat". So if Chris Sharma hits a live cat with a piece of granite from El Cap, then a masturbation dies.

What if it's Schrodinger's cat? Cool

Curt

What if it isn't?

How do we tell?

It can be argued that this thread is both brilliant and moronic At the same time.


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