7 thoughts on “How to subdue an unruly T. Rex

  1. Those great big coconut-crunching teeth may look ferocious, but this great beast was not a meat-eater before the fall. The T-Rex would lay down with the lamb, in those days, and those stories about lambs mysteriously disappearing are just not true – they are the lies of Eve.

  2. “A copy of my autobiography to anyone…ANYONE who can give Junior here a whole lot of coconuts like RIGHT NOW!!”

  3. KH: See the lamb-like behavior of this magnificent beast, revealed as it was before the fall of man! It’s studied indifference to eating me is testament to Dog’s love!

    TR: Come closer, tender morsel. Just a little closer and tarry a while with me.(And while we so pass the time let me tell you how many predators employ studied indifference to lull prey into a sense of false security. We know that you will then nearly walk into our jaws happily unaware that we are looking at you very closely, noting everything.)

    KH: When creation was new and perfect, before the disobedience of its highest manifestation, man, all creatures lived in harmony and accord.

    TR: Just a little bit closer, oh, my snack. My indulgence. (Be still, my belly. All in good time. All in good time.)

  4. “Outside of a Tyrannosaurus rex, a book is man’s best friend. Inside of a Tyrannosaurus rex, it’s too dark to read.” (Sorry Groucho)

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