So, you’re telling me that scientists have finally figured out this gigantic beast was Canadian? Hell, I’m no paleontologist, but even I could have even figured that out. I mean, what the hell do they think that big “red maple leaf” on its back is all about? In fact, my guess is - it must have been on some sort of prehistoric, Cretaceous era Air Canada flight, when it crashed.
Of course, as we all know, air travel back in those days was quite a bit different than it is today. Why, I’m told that on some non-stop Cretaceous period flights, you might even get served an entire barbecued stegosaurus for your in-flight meal, instead of that tiny bag of stale peanuts you get today.
That said, I can’t even imagine the fear one would have after seeing a giant monster like this up in the sky. Hell, the largest, flying beast I ever encountered, was a huge, obnoxious, jerk from Philadelphia, who sat next to me on a plane, and snored out loud all the way back to LA. All I can say is, it’s damn shame there were no paleontologists on that flight!
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