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posted by hiplobonoxa on - last edited - Viewed by 451 users

i'm not sure where this came from, but i've had it saved on my computer for quite some time. anyway, i thought this would be an appropriate time and an appropriate place to share it. the images are kind of on the large size, but i don't think anyone is going to mind. if anyone can shed any light on what it is or where it's from, i'd be interested to know. enjoy!

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  • Thanks for the upload, i've seen those already anywhere in the internets.

    It's funny how they try to make it like Jurassic Park it's real. However, if I would have been in the marketing, I wouldn't have produced this t-shirt:

    20111115-cyqq19h4q5d17r2x4h22weqniy.jpg

    "System failure"? Not the right thing to promote a park, isnt it?
    :D

  • @piccobello said: Thanks for the upload, i've seen those already anywhere in the internets.

    It's funny how they try to make it like Jurassic Park it's real. However, if I would have been in the marketing, I wouldn't have produced this t-shirt:

    20111115-cyqq19h4q5d17r2x4h22weqniy.jpg

    "System failure"? Not the right thing to promote a park, isnt it?
    :D

    LOL

    no, not really.

  • Also notice in the last photo of the T-Rex paddock: The fence ends right before the tunnel. I don't think the T-Rex was a very intelligent creature, but it would've been trivial to just, y'know, walk around, no?

    And not only that, notice that there's LAND on the other side of the fence. Where did that land disappear to and where did the sudden dropoff come from when the T-Rex got through the fence and pushed that Explorer over the barrier?

  • @xbskid said: Also notice in the last photo of the T-Rex paddock: The fence ends right before the tunnel. I don't think the T-Rex was a very intelligent creature, but it would've been trivial to just, y'know, walk around, no?

    And not only that, notice that there's LAND on the other side of the fence. Where did that land disappear to and where did the sudden dropoff come from when the T-Rex got through the fence and pushed that Explorer over the barrier?

    actually this happens when you build a set and use a camera angle that captures the END of a movie set :)

    and this also shows what happens when you use 2 different filming locations for one set and mess with continuity while shooting a movie. BUT we can explain that with the movie because the acutal perspective in this NEWSpaper isn't used in the film.
    so we never really see that there's solid ground beside the feeding spot.

    here's an explanation of this really OLD issue of Jurassic Park:
    http://www.telltalegames.com/forums/showthread.php?p=557730#post557730

  • @xbskid said: Also notice in the last photo of the T-Rex paddock: The fence ends right before the tunnel. I don't think the T-Rex was a very intelligent creature, but it would've been trivial to just, y'know, walk around, no?

    And not only that, notice that there's LAND on the other side of the fence. Where did that land disappear to and where did the sudden dropoff come from when the T-Rex got through the fence and pushed that Explorer over the barrier?

    Hahaha! :D :D :D

    I also noticed the island is only 22sq miles. That isn't very large, in fact you could walk the whole island pretty easily like walking around a small/medium sized town (11 miles x 11 miles approx). I can walk a mile in about 13 minutes :P

    This is crazy considering the extra dinos on Sorna ready to be transported one day onto Nublar during Phase II and III

  • @xbskid said: Also notice in the last photo of the T-Rex paddock: The fence ends right before the tunnel. I don't think the T-Rex was a very intelligent creature, but it would've been trivial to just, y'know, walk around, no?

    And not only that, notice that there's LAND on the other side of the fence. Where did that land disappear to and where did the sudden dropoff come from when the T-Rex got through the fence and pushed that Explorer over the barrier?

    It's a mistake, a big one, and there is no other explanation for it.

  • Piccobello!

    I want that shirt!

    Where the %$%#$$# do i buy it?!!

  • [quote=beavermatic;557883]piccobello!

    I want that shirt!

    Where the %$%#$$# do i buy it?!![/quote]

    1993.

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    @xbskid said: 1993.

    That's when. Where would probably involve Doc's time machine... (that would solve the "when", too, but...)

  • @xbskid said: 1993.

    so there's likely no chance ever finding this shirt again?

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