What does Tyranna2 drink?

What does Tyranna2 drink?

Created by Doctor Facepalm on Aug 26, 2012

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Whiskey

Diet-Coke

Urine

Semen

Beer

Molten Lava

Liquid Mercury

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M7 RX-7

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#62 Jan 7, 2013
I would consider this trolling by anybody else. But your intellect is proving to be rather low, so I am assuming this is the extent of your knowledge.
[QUOTE who="RexbyThe heaviest dinosaur is bruthayakisaurus.[/QUOTE]
Not quite. Bruhathkayosaurus is either a piece of wood or a chimera of 2 completely differently sized sauropods.
The biggest dinosaur is heavier and longer than the blue whale,weighing 240 tons and over 155 meters.
The blue whale is 190 tons and 99 meters.
I lol'd. I'm not even going to respond to this. I'll just quote it again so everybody can laugh at it.
The biggest dinosaur is heavier and longer than the blue whale,weighing 240 tons and over 155 meters.
The blue whale is 190 tons and 99 meters.
Prosauopods are the ancestor of sauropods.
No. Prosauropoda is the same as plateosauridae. Plateosaurids themselves are not the ancestors of sauropoda. Other plateosaurIANS are, but not plateosaurids themselves.
The heaviest theropod,or carnivore,weighs 16 tons. It is tyrannosaurus. The longest theropod is spinosaurus,58 meters. Spinosaurus only weighs 4-8 tons. That's all the information.
No no no and NO.
UCMP 137538 is a mythical giant and even it wasn't more than 13 tonnes.
Tyrannosaurus 6-8 tonnes, maybe more based on a lolToeBone, but meh.

As for Spinosaurus, you should look up the Square-Cube Law;
As an organisms dimensions increase, mass Cubes.
Double dimensions = 2 x 2 x 2 = 8 times heavier.
Therefore, Spinosaurus = 11 - 15 tonnes based on Cristatusaurus, 13 - 15 tonnes based on Baryonyx, 13 tonnes based on Christiansen and Farina (2004), 20 tonnes based on Therrien and Henderson (2007), and anything between 11 and 20 tonnes through other personal calculations you can perform.
Need me to spell it out? It was heavier than 8 tonnes. A lot heavier, the mean of the above sizes is 14.9 tonnes.
Rexby

Honolulu, HI

#63 Jan 8, 2013
That's all wrong

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#64 Jan 10, 2013
Actually the only thing my mad car-obessed fishy friend got wrong in the post is the QUOTE code.
Lamborghini Aventador

Lake Forest, CA

#65 Jan 10, 2013
M7 RX-7 wrote:
I would consider this trolling by anybody else. But your intellect is proving to be rather low, so I am assuming this is the extent of your knowledge.
<quoted text>
Not quite. Bruhathkayosaurus is either a piece of wood or a chimera of 2 completely differently sized sauropods.
<quoted text>
I lol'd. I'm not even going to respond to this. I'll just quote it again so everybody can laugh at it.
<quoted text>
<quoted text>
No. Prosauropoda is the same as plateosauridae. Plateosaurids themselves are not the ancestors of sauropoda. Other plateosaurIANS are, but not plateosaurids themselves.
<quoted text>
No no no and NO.
UCMP 137538 is a mythical giant and even it wasn't more than 13 tonnes.
Tyrannosaurus 6-8 tonnes, maybe more based on a lolToeBone, but meh.
As for Spinosaurus, you should look up the Square-Cube Law;
As an organisms dimensions increase, mass Cubes.
Double dimensions = 2 x 2 x 2 = 8 times heavier.
Therefore, Spinosaurus = 11 - 15 tonnes based on Cristatusaurus, 13 - 15 tonnes based on Baryonyx, 13 tonnes based on Christiansen and Farina (2004), 20 tonnes based on Therrien and Henderson (2007), and anything between 11 and 20 tonnes through other personal calculations you can perform.
Need me to spell it out? It was heavier than 8 tonnes. A lot heavier, the mean of the above sizes is 14.9 tonnes.
His arguments are so laughable I nearly sh*t in me pants.

To add to this, Spinosaurus was nowhere near 58 meters. Or is he dyscalculic?

T. rex' maximum weight would be about twelve tons. Spinosaurus' maximum weight is anywhere from twelve to twenty tons, eleven sounds a bit light.

Amphicoelias? 155 meters? Has he confused Amphicoelias with his ar$e? The blue whale is about a third of what Rexby put.

And Bruhathkayosaurus. A piece of wood.

Don't bother arguing with Rexby. He has surpassed everyone in the stupidity category. Err.., no, in order to be stupid you have to have more than one brain cell, which is something that Rexby has nout' of!
Spinodontosaurus wrote:
Actually the only thing my mad car-obessed fishy friend got wrong in the post is the QUOTE code.
I couldn't agree more.
Rexby

Honolulu, HI

#66 Jan 10, 2013
Well, bruthayakisaurus is not a wood. It is bruthayakisaurus, not bruthakayosaurus.

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