GrimReaper

grimreaper


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

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The four hairstyles of apocalypse 4 comments
grimreaper · 3 hours ago
Ainsley
What a stud 4 comments
grimreaper · 4 hours ago
Nah
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I'm a DM and most of my players take down notes lol 1 comments
grimreaper · 4 hours ago
I too forget like a cool person. I'm really bad with names.
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I'll allow it 1 comments
grimreaper · 8 hours ago
Then he airdrops 100 kids into it
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Daily Dose of Prehistory: Back From Extinction 94 1 comments
grimreaper · 20 hours ago
Megalonyx jeffersonii, meaning "Jefferson's Giant Claw", also known as Jefferson's Ground Sloth, was an extinct species of giant ground sloth native to North America during the Pleistocene period until their extinction 11000 years ago. It was first described by none other than former U.S. president Thomas Jefferson who gave the creature its name (he was given arm bones which still had claws, which he thought to be from a giant lion). He even asked Lewis and Clark to keep an eye out for such a creature during their historic trek across the continent. As for the animal itself, it was heavily built, standing almost 10 feet tall and weighing 2200 pounds. Under its skin were osteoderms, chunks of bone embedded in the skin that functioned much like chainmail, protecting it from predators. It would've balanced on its tail and rear limbs to feed, much like other ground sloths. It's closest living relative are the two-toed sloths of South America.
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He learned not to play with bee 4 comments
grimreaper · 20 hours ago
Kylie Jenner looks hairier than I remember
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Battle of the century 26 comments
grimreaper · 20 hours ago
Gentlemen, please.
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Ikea is the best 7 comments
grimreaper · 1 day ago
N is for...well you know
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Nice to see politicans stand up to Stupidity 21 comments
grimreaper · 1 day ago
That is a choice people shouldn't be able to make.
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Ikea is the best 7 comments
grimreaper · 1 day ago
Hmmmm
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Run, you fowls 3 comments
grimreaper · 1 day ago
No they don't. They just have ridges on their beaks.
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FINALLY 6 comments
grimreaper · 1 day ago
Nice
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Daily Dose of Prehistory: Back From Extinction 93 1 comments
grimreaper · 1 day ago
Mammuthus exilis, otherwise known the Channel Islands Mammoth, was an extinct species of dwarf mammoth descended from the Colombian mammoth that lived on the Channel Islands in Northern California during the late Pleistocene. Unlike their 14 foot tall, 10 ton ancestors, Channel Islands Mammoths were on average 4 inches shorter than the average man (which is about 5'10") and weighed around 3 quarters of a ton. They are a textbook example of insular dwarfism, a phenomenon where large animals reduce in size over time due to the constraints of their environment; other examples include Homo floresiensis of Indonesia, the Honshū wolf of Japan, and the Javan Tiger. Having no predators on the island, they enjoyed a niche somewhat similar to the niche that Galapagos Tortoises occupy today. Unlike most of the megafauna of the Americas, humans had no hand in the extinction in the Channel Islands Mammoths, instead theorized to have died out due to wildfires destroying their habitat.
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Flowers are alright 15 comments
grimreaper · 2 days ago
Purple tulips, lillies, and hydrangeas.
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We're All The Same 3 comments
grimreaper · 2 days ago
*insert comment about how all the races have slightly different bone structure*
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Dear netflix 7 comments
grimreaper · 2 days ago
Positively glorious
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We've done it twice we can do it again 2 comments
grimreaper · 2 days ago
Don't need mercs running your military for you.
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Is it only my cat that is this extreme ? 5 comments
grimreaper · 2 days ago
Well obviously the cat put him there.
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Must train hardee 3 comments
grimreaper · 2 days ago
Who said I'm not training?
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Daily Dose of Prehistory: Back From Extinction 92 1 comments
grimreaper · 2 days ago
Tylosaurus proriger, which means "Knob Lizard", was a mosasaur (a group of predatory marine lizards closely related to monitor lizards and snakes) that lived in the inland sea that now comprises most of the southwest United States during the Late Cretaceous. Quite possibly the largest of all mosasaurs (being a massive 46 feet), Tylosaurus sat comfortably near the top of the food chain along with the many other predators of the Cretaceous seas. Like other mosasaurs, it had a tail fluke like a whale as well as having teeth on its hard palate (20 to 22 to be exact). As for its diet, it would've hunted and ate just about anything it could gets its jaws around, including the corpses of dinosaurs and even other mosasaurs.
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Not wrong 2 comments
grimreaper · 2 days ago
Rescued
Well done Disney .. Well done 10 comments
grimreaper · 3 days ago
Oh?
The calm before the storm... Happy New Years Everybody! 5 comments
grimreaper · 3 days ago
Come on fam, even Internet Explorer isn't this slow.