Scientists find fossil of enormous bug

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  1. SoulManX The Inspector!

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    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."
     
  6. terry78 My name is Stefan, sweet thang

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    The Mist.

    :o
     
  7. jaguarr Be Your Own Hero

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    I guess we know what happened to Spider-Freddie, now.

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  8. Sam Fisher Heavy Meddle

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    Man-Spider perhaps?


    Nah, Spider-Freddie would be a cockroach.
     
  9. The Lizard Didn't eat Billy

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    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..

     
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    Being in the water is just as scary. :eek: If I saw something like that roaming around land or sea I'd faint.
     
  11. terry78 My name is Stefan, sweet thang

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    In the water? That ain't very safe.
     
  12. hammy American Ham

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    Terror first.
     
  13. SoulManX The Inspector!

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    Going to need a **** load of RAID:o
     
  14. Matt IKYN Guy Groupie

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    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! :cwink:
     
  15. Matt IKYN Guy Groupie

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    They're doing their part. Are you? Join the Mobile Infantry and save the world. Service guarantees citizenship.

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  16. SoulManX The Inspector!

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    :up:
     
  17. Immortalfire In the pale moonlight

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    Zed, we've got a bug.
     
  18. Matt IKYN Guy Groupie

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    Goddamn Starship Troopers is an awesome movie. :up: Any news on Marauder's release date? GAAAASP! MAYBE THIS IS VIRAL MARKETING FOR MARAUDER :wow:

    Probably not :csad:
     
  19. Arc-Light Forward and beyond

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    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.
     
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    bwahahahaha
     
  21. JP Smelly

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    I've seen bigger.
     
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    I bet bugs that big still exist. We just haven't found them yet. :o
     
  23. Alex The Great Registered

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    YUP!!!

    *coff*cloverfield*coff*
     
  24. SoulManX The Inspector!

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    Why oh why must say that:csad:
     
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    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.
     

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