Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by SoulManX, Nov 21, 2007.
If one comes back near me--f**k it, I'm killing it. I'll go all Starship Troopers on it's ass.
"The only good bug is a dead bug."
I guess we know what happened to Spider-Freddie, now.
Nah, Spider-Freddie would be a cockroach.
The fossil is of a sea scorpion, so it's not like this 8-foot bug was roaming around on dry land back in the day. It only lived underwater.
Heck, we've got 5-foot wide spider crabs in the Georgia Aquarium right now..
Being in the water is just as scary. If I saw something like that roaming around land or sea I'd faint.
In the water? That ain't very safe.
Going to need a **** load of RAID
Sea Scorpions? Or should we call them...PART OF THE CLOVERFIELD VIRAL MARKETING CAMPAIGN!?!? J.J. Abrahams, you glorious bastard, you've done it again!
They're doing their part. Are you? Join the Mobile Infantry and save the world. Service guarantees citizenship.
Zed, we've got a bug.
Goddamn Starship Troopers is an awesome movie. Any news on Marauder's release date? GAAAASP! MAYBE THIS IS VIRAL MARKETING FOR MARAUDER
Yeah great eye candy/blow them up movie, but man was it a total FUBAR in terms of a military stand point, they made the military minds in that movie seem like uber-morons.
I've seen bigger.
I bet bugs that big still exist. We just haven't found them yet.
Why oh why must say that
A bug of that size would kill you.Knowing you,you might try to use a bat to squish it.But it would use a claw to cut you in half.
Insects have been on the Earth for more than 2x as long as humans (apes) have.