THE DEVIL PUT DINOSAURS HERE Alice In Chains (Universal) Twenty five plus years on and, in musical terms, Alice In Chains are getting to be dinosaurs. That they’ve survived this long, even after the death of core members Layne Staley and Mike Starr is partly because they are great riff merchants and are a lot closer to being a heavy metal band than their grunge roots might suggest.
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Paleontologist have unearthed the remains of what they are calling a new species of dinosaur, which they believe lived 200 million years ago. The Pegomastax africanus allegedly had a parrot head and porcupine quills, not to mention its fangs. Odd in Appearance Nature does pretty and nature does ugly. And sometimes it does really, really ugly. Never was that truer […]
Scientific Hypotheses’ regarding the appearance of the long extinct reptile may have been a little off. Some experts in the field are putting forth theories that thier actual weight may have been exaggerated by a few tons. As-of-yet not official sketches have been released for the dinosaur obsessed population to mull over. The official reasoning behind the correction in weight is said […]
The Age of Dinosaurs may have been dominated by dinosaurs, but they certainly weren’t the only fearsome creatures around.
Draco Malfoy and the slimy kids of Slytherin couldn’t have wreaked more damage on Harry Potter than a bunch of commando guinea pigs did to Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince this weekend. G-Force, the live-action and CGI action comedy, earned $32.2 million this weekend at the North American box office, besting the $30 million take of the sixth Potter film, according to the usual movie-studio estimates of the weekend frame. Final numbers are posted Monday.
In the old days like, until yesterday movie studios judged the success of their big pictures by how much they grossed on the opening weekend. But in the age of Twitter, electronic word-of-mouth is immediate, as early moviegoers tweet their opinions on a film to millions of “followers.” Instant messaging can make or break a film within 24 hours.
When a scientific principle is common knowledge even in grammar schools, you know it’s long since crossed the line from theory to established fact.