Preacher who believes in the literal bible: It’s a “Historical Fact” That Dinosaurs Were Killed in the American Civil War

… that tragic saga of brother vs brother vs pteranodon.

As this picture proves!

The picture was actually created in the year 2000 for a TV show called FreakyLinks by a digital FX firm (E=MC2 Digital). Several web sites show this one as the “real” one juxtaposed to a “prop” one created by FreakyLinks. In fact, both were created for the show. The “hoax” one was a first draft they discarded because it didn’t look right. The “real” one is the one that actually appears in the show.

You can see the scene online (below, which is set to start at the correct place), and you’ll note that the picture they used in the show is the alleged “real” one.

I don’t question the validity of these captures, but IMDb says the film will not be released until 2019.

You can’t always determine from a description whether a film will be good. A plot summary of Memento sounds awful, but it’s a pretty good film. Having admitted that, I’ll add that Burning Shadow sounds like a total cheese-fest.

“Charlie, a down-on-his-luck loner, crosses paths with a blind homeless man who is his exact double. Perplexed and intrigued by the discovery, Charlie invites the man into his life.”

I may have to watch it just to see whether it’s as cheesy as advertised.

“The last thing I remember was that I was about to nail that hot shooting guard from the women’s basketball team, and then everything gets kind of hazy. Holy shit, wait—I worked for the Bush administration? I didn’t even know there was a Bush presidency. And apparently Donald Trump is president now, whoever that is. I know I sometimes do crazy shit when I’m fucked up, but this is another level. Jesus—that’s the last time I do shots of Jager.”

“The 20,000-pound, $1.5 million limo, built by General Motors to look like a stretched version of a Cadillac XT6 sedan, is believed to use a heavily modified platform from GM’s heavy-duty Chevrolet Kodiak truck and to have 8-inch thick walls and 5-inch, multilayer windows; a mix of steel, aluminum, and ceramic armors are meant to fend off different types of attacks. And in case of a biochemical attack, well, the car is sealed to protect against those, too.

Its doors weigh as much as those on a 757 jet, and its has run-flat tires inside its almost bus-sized wheel wells.

It also includes a night vision system, door handles that can be electrified to shock anyone trying to get inside, and the ability to fire tear gas, lay down an oil slick, or deploy a smokescreen.

Among its communications technologies? The ability to dispatch the nuclear codes. Oh, and in addition to the seven seats it has inside to make sure Secret Service members can surround the president, it also contains a bunch of medical supplies—including a refrigerator full of blood matching President Trump’s blood type.”