Monday, January 25, 2010

ART Evolved in Prehistoric Times


Here's a scan of the last Prehistoric Times. Craig and Peter also on this spread, as well as Gregory Paul. Phil Bronlow and Louis Lavoie round off the page. Congratulations, everyone. Anyone else elsewhere in the magazine?

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16 comments:

Ian said...

I can't wait for my issue to finally arrive. I think they should do an interview with Traumador one of these days.

Peter Bond said...

Wow! Thanks David for posting!

Ian, I totally agree with you! As his Agent, I think Traumador would be a fabulous interview subject!

Albertonykus said...

That's wonderful! Congrats to all!

Traum would be very interesting to interview, I agree.

Dziban303 said...

I'd love to hear what Traumador has to say, but perhaps afterwards we could move on to a much more interesting topic:

How does Traumador *taste*?

C'mon. Don't tell me that you palaeodorks haven't stopped to consider what wondrous flavors lie hidden in the tender flesh of an ornithomimid drumstick or theropod ribs.

Weapon of Mass Imagination said...

Wow that is a present surprise in the morning! I back up Peter on the thank you David!

I'll have to see if any of the airport magazine shops carry PT (though I'm not holding my breath) on my megaflights coming up tomorrow.

Those are quite some big name people we're nestled in with! Hopefully we catch a few of them around here in the future...

One can only imagine what Traumador might say in an interview... Though I shall try to resist ;p

Glendon Mellow said...

Spectacular! Congratulations, well done! And well earned!

Albertonykus said...

Dziban303 - I'm sure that most of us have eaten hundreds of theropods. There's part of one in my sandwich right now.

Dziban303 said...

Albertonykus, if you're trying to be clever, you've proven yourself way too clever for me.

hackaday said...

Great job. Congrats!!! Greetings from Greece. If you want check out my blog: http://cyglobe.blogspot.com

Peter Bond said...

Dziban303, I'm sure Albertonykus is chatting about how delicious chicken sandwiches are! And as birds are theropods, I'm betting they'd taste about the same!

Thanks Glendon and Hackaday!

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cunninglinguine said...

Not a good bet, Peter. Chickens, turkeys, quail, eagles; all birds, all very different flavors. Similarly, halibut, salmon, tuna and catfish are all fish, but have vast dissimilarities in taste.

davidmaas said...

igid! cunninglinguine eats eagles!
;-)

cunninglinguine said...

Just the once. It was one of those "eat or be eaten" situations.

Albertonykus said...

Dziban303 - I wouldn't say I was being clever. More pedantic.

cunninglinguine - Good point. There really isn't any telling what a tyrannosaurid would actually taste like. But, even so, most of us have eaten theropod before.

Dinorider d'Andoandor said...

Congrats!!!



err... I've always heard meat-eaters taste bad SOOOOOO dear Traum may not be that tasty!