posted on Sep, 26 2009 @ 01:38 AM
I think they will be auctioning them to museums and such but I am unsure. Some of the smaller ones were going for 50-60,000 bucks or so. I didn't see
a price on the T. Rex LOL!
The reason the pics seem out of sequence, like the T. Rex then later, the close up of it's head(not the unattached head) is because I did this over
two days. Some friends came into town and I showed them the Venetian(gotta see it if you come here, it's freakin' amazing) and I only had a hour or
so to charge the camera(also why the dates are quite far off, I forgot to change the date and time like a fool). I didn't want to use it all up on
the dinos because I wanted to get pics of the frescoes. It was easier to just put the pics into my ATS in the order they were taken. I'm lazy, should
have done it better. I ended up going back today and getting more pics, better ones of the frescoes and a couple of the living statues. Those people
are amazing. I don't know how they can stand still like that, sort of like the physical freaks that are in the Cirque Du Soleil shows. Anyway, once I
got home and was able to see them on the computer, I saw what I needed to go back and get, like the head of the T. Rex which is supposed to be the
only one that isn't crushed.
That tenth pic, they say, is a cat. Uh huh, like no cat I've ever seen. The ninth is supposed to be a pig. Don't ask me, that is what THEY
say(whoever THEY are).
I think it's funny that I put up a better picture of the cat than the newspaper. You can't really see it in their pic, those idjits.