Hey guys! 75 here! I intend to be back for a few days. I just wanted to say along with MasterZX thank you for being a part of my childhood! I was a pre-adolescent kid and neo was one of my real 1st introductions to the internet. A lot has changed since then, but this place helped me to find my feet on this ever expanding and bizarre realm we call the internet.
(Also, do any of you remember Immortal Pokemon ? Well it is a fake account I made to mess with people, making them think it was my brother. Neoseeker staff if you see this message might want to delete the account. I also apologise to everyone I tricked into believing that was someone else, I was a kid and thought it was funny to mess with people. I don't remember the email or password so I can't delete or do anything to it myself. I hope I won't get in trouble with the staff for admitting this. Again I am sorry for the inconvenience this may cause the site and I promise not to do it again. I think it was the only other account I made, if there were any others I don't remember them.)
Part of me wants to delete most if not all I've posted on here as it doesn't represent my personality any more, but at the same time this stuff is too funny so I think I'll keep most of it on here for the sake of laughs!
Sorry about my inactivity everyone! A week of vacation ended up with me being away a second week due to a family emergency, and then moving into college. I'm finally settled in, and will try to be as active as I can!
Hello! My name is Luna and I love collecting Pokemon Events! This is a link to my shop with all the Pokemon that I can offer. lunaspokemonemporium.weebly.com Please PM for offers! Hope to make a lot of trades with everyone! :) Below is a list of Pokemon that I'm looking for but just because it isn't on the list doesn't mean I'm not interested in it! :) -Gen 6 Events Newer Ones -Gen 3 & Older Events -Rare Events
It's a mammal and it's big. In fact (as of now), it is the largest terrestrial mammal to ever exist. And the largest terrestrial animal to ever live since the dinosaurs. It may have the weight and bulk similar to an elephant, and the height and lifestyle of a giraffe. But surprisingly, this animal's closest relative is the rhinoceros; it's a genus of hornless rhinoceros. The animal's name is Paraceratherium which means "Near the horn-less beast" and these gargantuan animals lived in the Middle East, during the Oligocene epoch.
We often think of cancer as a modern, yet deadly disease. But cancer was present even in dinosaurs. In fact, the very first brain tumor ever discovered was inside the braincase of a juvenile Gorgosaurus (about 3 years old). In life, this large brain tumor would've affected this young, female Gorgosaurus' everyday life by not only affecting her memory, but it would've impeded her walking and balance. But that's not all! This relatively complete specimen had also suffered from multiple broken ribs (due to the balance issue), a fused tail vertebrae (maybe caused by cancer or infection), and a bacterial infection that was eating deep into her jaw. Despite all the odds, signs of healing tell us that this carnivore survived!
Hi all of you happy people it's a pleasure to meet you all and share gaming information with you hope to converse sometime soon, and this limit of 140 letters is crazy who can say enough equal 140 unless it's a post about a game they need to ask about then it might be longer
Dome-headed dinosaurs, or, pachycephalosaurs are famous for their skulls. And for many years it was believed that these animals would ram their heads together, like Bighorn sheep. But multiple reasons go against this popular view, like the head shape. In many cases the animals would need pinpoint accuracy, otherwise their heads would simply slide off of one another. However, by examining the skulls we see Sharpey's fibers, which look like fine hairs on the skull, were collagen fibers that were used to anchor some sort of an attachment to the bone, perhaps a cone-shaped horn? Or a rooster comb? If so, these attachments would most likely be used for display and not so much head-butting one another. It is still an unanswered question...
One of my favorite manga, Bleach, is ending at volume 74. My sadness deepens as it's a popular supernatural manga, even though I'm no where near the final arc and I'm actually on volume fifteen. So it could be a while till I see what happens to Ichigo, Orihime, Rukia, Chad and Renji. I figured out this news last Friday. It saddens my heart. ichigo kurosaki and orihime inone. I'm a fanboy what can I say?
If you haven't played Torn yet, but you like text RPG's you may want to give it a try. Anyway, it's much less text RPG now than it used to be. It's much more like a world simulator now, but it's all timer based, much like Mafia Wars. The nice part is that it's a much more mature game, and I mean that in two ways. 1) It's geared toward a more mature audience. 2) It's been around longer, so it's had time to get a lot of stuff right. That said, there is a definitive but minor "Pay to Win" mechanic in place. There's basically a two week premium trial available with a few hours of "work" on Facebook(I can show you how), and after that, you can decide if you're willing to spend $4.84 on this game every month to be a "Donator". I'm thoroughly enjoying it right now, so much so that I became a subscribing donator a while ago. I can also get you hooked into a very nice faction on it's way into the big leagues after your first two weeks if you decide to become a "Donator". This can put you into a good enough situation that you'll be the best of the best of your player peers(people who started playing Torn at the same time you did).
I'm looking for mentees(that's people I can mentor), so if you're interested, click my referral link, and I can get you started off on the right foot. http://www.torn.com/1993598 Dracoceph
Torn City is an exciting, gritty, real-life text based game. Text-based games are addictive and great fun to play. Torn City is no exception! New players start off weak and poor. Beware, the murky underworld of Torn City shows no mercy so be on your...
Today, we picture crocodiles as semi-aquatic reptiles that are cold-blooded, armored, and deadly. But crocodiles were once a lot more diverse than we thought. The K-T extinction eradicated many animals other than dinosaurs, and the crocodiles as a whole were hit hard too... Giant crocodiles such as Sarcosuchus once terrorized the planet, along with other large alligators such as Deinosuchus. But there is more! Some crocodilians had longer legs and were able to chase down faster prey such as small dinosaurs and mammals, Kaprosuchus is not only famous for being terrestrial, but also famous for having tusk-like teeth! Yet still, that's not all, some of these outstanding creatures replaced their legs with fins and flippers, sacrificed scales for speed, and evolved a tail fluke! Metriorhynchus was a fully aquatic crocodilian!
I've recently started watching Steven Universe. My brother doesn't like it so I have limited my times to when I'm alone. Then I downloaded Soundtrack Attack on my phone since I couldn't buy Attack the Light. I choose Quartz 'cause my birthstone is Amethyst which is a quartz.
Anomalocaridids were very early marine animals, mostly known from Cambrian deposits, however, newer discoveries have extended this (to a degree). Anomalocaridids were flat, free swimming, segmented animals known for their dangerous appendages located in front of their mouths. Each part of these appendages were armed with a pair of spines (which were often armed with spinelets) to impale prey. Many genus' and species exist. And although they were the largest animals on Earth during the Cambrian period the largest of their kind could reach up to 7 feet (2m) long!