Well, a bicycle version of a metal and foam modeled T-Rex that is. Someone in Eugene Oregon is offering their custom built T-Rex bike for sale. It’s $2,000 on Craigslist, and is named after Sue. However, this dino is only 8½ feet tall, 12 feet long, and has a 5½ foot stance, which is close to the size of an adolescence T-Rex. She’s powered (by you) by a 9 speed drivetrain. If you’re of dino strength, you could get her up to 15mph, but 7mph is probably more realistic, but with a bit of adrenaline, you could go faster.
Tomorrow the most anticipated sequal of the year comes out. No, Star Wars isn’t coming out 6 months early, (and let’s be honest, JJ is probably gonna mess it up, trust me). No, I mean Jurassic World. The original film is a classic, and it’s good to finally see John Hammond’s vision coming through, it’s such a shame that he’s not alive to see it come to fruition though.
Any Hootie and The Blowfish, to get you in psyched to see this film, reddit user dylanraven’s daughter gives a review of the original Jurassic Park. It’s quite good, (the film, and the review), and it’s only 5 minutes long, so just watch it already.
I’m torn over this trailer. I don’t know what I should be expecting, but the thought of man-made hybrid dinosaurs just doesn’t sit right. I guess they needed something different from the regular man-made hybrid-frog dinosaurs, but it still seems weird.
I do like the trailer though. It has a very Spielberg feel too it by not reveling the big bad dion at all. And the subtle theme playing in the background, that was cool. The beginning of the trailer, (and the movie I assume) looks great. John Hammond’s vision has finally come true, it’s a shame he won’t be able to have even a cameo in the film. The one redeeming factor is that it just has to be better than Jurassic Park 3, which shouldn’t be too hard.