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Scrimmy Bingus and the Crungy Spingus



Posted by Dina Saruyama , Jun 09 2015 · 3 views


LEGO Worlds Review

Posted by Dina Saruyama , Jun 01 2015 · 2 views

the skeletons are screaming and all around me



Posted by Dina Saruyama , May 20 2015 · 277 views

WARNING: this entry might spoil you on Jurassic World if you still actually care



Jurassic World: Welcome to the early 1900's

Posted by Dina Saruyama , May 17 2015 · 230 views

I have said many a word of how Jurassic World seeks to bring dinosaur science of the 1980's to the public. I apologize, for I have spoken in error.

They're going back further than that.

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That's right, it's a tail-draggin' dinosaur, right out of the early 1900s, for your viewing pleasure. Mind you, this tail posture is impossible for Stegosaurus (with one of the most compelling reasons for this being that its cloaca would be crushed), and has been known to be so by palaeontology since the Dinosaur Renaissance (the very revolution in thinking of dinosaurs that the original Jurassic Park brought to the big screen), and even a one-minute consultation with almost any palaeontology expert would be enough to keep something like this out of the film.

Honestly, at this point, just stick the sauropods in the swamps and put heat lamps in the exhibits for the cold-blooded creatures. While they're at it, they can lay off their palaeontology consults, because clearly they're being paid for absolutely nothing. There is nothing in this film so far that shows they did any research beyond watching the first film. It is, quite frankly, pathetic.



Posted by Dina Saruyama , May 15 2015 · 108 views

Stopped by the library today to return The Breakfast Club and while I was there I checked out a volume of the Transformers More Than Meets The Eye comics. After reading it, I was so caught up in an overwhelming desire to take part in capitalism I stopped by target and bought a couple of Transformers toys (with my focus being Whirl, who appears in the comic.)

Whirl is nice, with all the usual upsides of Voyager-class toys: full articulation, decent transformation, overall polished look. My biggest complaint is he comes with a ton of stickers, most of which are smaller than a sliver of pinky nail, none of which are any fun at all to apply. Also, after reading David Willis's review, I am extremely cautious when transforming the legs; lord knows I don't want to shell out another 25 dollars because of fragile knees.

Bombshell is fun almost entirely because he turns into an insect and it is a very nice insect. I don't even care about any other aspect of him just. A+ insect that turns into a robot.

Legends-class Strongarm unexpectedly is about as fun to transform as her Warrior-class toy, and actually very nice for a two-inch-tall Transformers toy.

Between Bionicle coming back and my newfound appreciation for Transformers, I've bought a lot of toys. This seems like it probably says something about me as a person.


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Honestly, you can make this sound like some kind of crusade for justice all you want (I'm going to hope that some of how you worded it is just meant as hyperbole to make a point, though?), but it just comes across to me as being anti-fun and anti-imagination.


There's a time and a place for joke entries to place high in a contest (actually no there really isn't but w/e), but the first site-wide BZP contest is certainly not one of those times.


The first entry offended my eyes.


Well, this was probably in the bottom 3 comics I've read in my life. Didn't make much sense, and some things were hard to read because of the coloring and font style.


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