GrimReaper

grimreaper


18, M, KY
Funsubstance's resident AVP and dinosaur geek circa September 29, 2016.

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Too soon? 3 comments
grimreaper · 34 minutes ago
Technically
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Sing us a song tonight 53 comments
grimreaper · 3 hours ago
How the hell did I not notice that?
Sing us a song tonight 53 comments
grimreaper · 3 hours ago
I don't really see anything repeated in the first sentence.
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Sing us a song tonight 53 comments
grimreaper · 4 hours ago
Didn't mean to exactly, just a weird tic in my dialect. So yes, I do plan on it.
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Daily Dose of Prehistory: Back From Extinction 40 2 comments
grimreaper · 4 hours ago
Barbourofelis fricki, meaning "Barbour's Cat", is an extinct genus of carnivorous mammals belonging to the family Barbourofelidae (false sabertooth cats) that lived in North America from the Late Miocene until the Mid Pliocene. Despite it's very cat-like appearance, Barbourofelis wasn't actually a felid but had evolved along similar lines to cats, closely resembling the much later Smilodon. It was around the size of a lion but, in lamen's terms, was built like a brick shithouse, having a build that more closely resembled Ursids than Felids. Like the unrelated Thylacosmilus, Barbourofelis had "sheaths" on their lower jaw that protected its massive canines when its mouth was closed, keeping them sharp. Unlike cats, this animal had a semi-plantigrade walking stance much like a bear. It is theorized that Barbourofelis went extinct due a combination of competition from bear-dogs and climate change caused by the incoming glaciation.
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Hair been farming xp 1 comments
grimreaper · 4 hours ago
THE CRIMSON CHIN
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Sing us a song tonight 53 comments
grimreaper · 4 hours ago
Yeah, I probably will.
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Sing us a song tonight 53 comments
grimreaper · 6 hours ago
Yeah, you kinda do.
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Sing us a song tonight 53 comments
grimreaper · 6 hours ago
Fam I can't even drive yet.
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The entire plot of Goblin Slayer is just a side quest 8 comments
grimreaper · 7 hours ago
Mercs make the world go round
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Daily Dose of Prehistory: Back From Extinction 39 7 comments
grimreaper · 7 hours ago
Thank you.
The feels. 1 comments
grimreaper · 13 hours ago
Kick their legs out from under them
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Daily Dose of Prehistory: Back From Extinction 39 7 comments
grimreaper · 18 hours ago
Fun fact: Carnotaurus is also my favorite dinosaur.
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Sing us a song tonight 53 comments
grimreaper · 18 hours ago
A woman after my own heart
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Sing us a song tonight 53 comments
grimreaper · 19 hours ago
It's a start.
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Sing us a song tonight 53 comments
grimreaper · 20 hours ago
*also doesn't know what to say*
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Sing us a song tonight 53 comments
grimreaper · 20 hours ago
I believe so
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Sing us a song tonight 53 comments
grimreaper · 21 hours ago
I love you too, Avi.
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Sing us a song tonight 53 comments
grimreaper · 21 hours ago
Yes.
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Sing us a song tonight 53 comments
grimreaper · 21 hours ago
No, I didn't
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Sing us a song tonight 53 comments
grimreaper · 21 hours ago
Perhaps I am.
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Daily Dose of Prehistory: Back From Extinction 39 7 comments
grimreaper · 1 day ago
Carnotaurus sastrei, which means "Flesh Bull", is a genus of abelisaurid theropod dinosaur that lived in South America during the Late Cretaceous. It was a large animal, measuring around 30 feet long and weighing around 1.5 tons. Carnotaurus is the only known theropod (not to mention the only biped ever) to have a pair of thick brow horns, which were most likely used in both mating displays like modern bighorn sheep/bison and as last-resort weapons, as they were covered in a horny sheath in life like modern bovids and contemporary ceratopsians. Like other abelisaurs, it also had puny arms (the fingers were attached directly to the forearm bones and didn't even have claws on them), about on par with the wings of modern emus and kiwis in terms of functionality. Despite its large size, Carnotaurus was terrifyingly fast due to specific adaptations in its thigh bones and tail vertebrae: scientists have calculated that it could run at speeds of up to 35 miles per hour.
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I'm awake, do not worry :) 8 comments
grimreaper · 1 day ago
Actually got him right in the chin. Not much better though.
Sing us a song tonight 53 comments
grimreaper · 1 day ago
Then no, I don't think he can.
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What I woke up to this morning 4 comments
grimreaper · 1 day ago
Extinct species, not extant ones.
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