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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Early Hybrids

I think my Glyptodon's scale might be a tad small compared to the painting below. Is it just me or is there something humorous about those guys stalking that giant creature? I think it's a funny painting. 


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  1. Yes, the painting of the Glyptodon hunters is funny. Why do they hide in the bushes from such a slow moving beast? Do they really think those spears will help them with a Glyptodon?

    Your paleolithic hybrid car is a hoot. NIce work.

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    1. Thanks, Richard. I've heard that it takes at least a thousand spear thrusts to get a Glyptodon's attention.

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  2. The cavemen comics never fail to raise a good chuckle. And I agree the painting does as well. Good luck with that hunt guys, its like taking down an armored knight with a toothpick, while naked of course.

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    1. Yeah, hunting naked would be a challenge for anyone, you would think. Hard to focus on your game when your jewels are exposed.

      Cavemen, clowns and flies seem to be popular here. I should do more.

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  3. I like the caveman Hybrid vehicle idea....brilliant! I think those guys in the painting are just hiding whilst the Glyptodon passes...They are definitely hinting smaller less fierce prey,

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    1. That's a funny idea and twist. It never dawned on me that they might be hiding from the wretched creature. That's funny.

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  4. Ted, I always thought, you are a very good entomologist. But now, you surprised me again with this : you are also a very good paleontologist ! :)

    You see, the hybrid (bi-fuel) cars were not invented recently... :)

    ( I enjoy it , Ted)

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    1. Artis, I am only an average entomologist, and just a mediocre paleontologist. I do have a Couch-Potato degree, though.

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  5. Hee hee! Love the vehicle!!! And who knew I could come to this blog, not only for a guaranteed chuckle, but to learn about dinosaurs I'd never heard of, AND a glimpse of nekid butts!!! ;)

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    1. Glyptodons arent dinosaurs, silly, they are extinct mammals. They are big, though, about the size of a VW beetle. Mine must be a baby, better meat-mileage that way.

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    2. Really?! A saber tooth tiger - now that's a mammal! But that other thing looks like a primative turtle! Guess I need to catch up on my reading, huh!?

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  6. Such inventiveness!!! Oog was ahead of his time. Is glyptodon-gear quieter too? I'm sure saber-speed growls like a muscle car.



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    1. That's right. Glyptodon-gear is a smooth and steady gait; fooomp...fooomp...fooomp... while Saber-Speed involves a lot of teeth-gnashing, foot-stomping and hyper-ventilating, but you go-man-GOOOOOOOO!

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  7. the Glyptodon is hilarious! love the comic illustration too, awesome idea!! :)

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    1. (sorry for this saying "admin" btw - at least thats what it's showing up for me), not sure why it's doing that :/

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    2. Maybe you were signed into your website and not Blogger when you commented? Not sure.

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  8. HAHAHA Ogg is so smart!! :D So awesome, sir! :)

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  9. Yeah, not bad for a Neanderthal. Thanks, Charles.

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  10. Both these images are masterpieces!!!!! Saber-speed!!! haha.... Love caveman's face, absolutely priceless! The painting below is insane. That thing looks frickin' HUUUGE!!! :O

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  11. Wow, imagine the mileage he could get with modern high protein genetically modified meat, ha! Great toon.....

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  12. Great concept...the sustainable neanderthal...a contradiction in terms!

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