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Jurassic Park

  1. Things We Saw Today: Awesome Sign Language Hawkeye Shirt

    Shut up and take my money!

    Comics are slowly getting better about representation and the latest issue of Hawkeye is showing it. This new shirt by WeLoveFine merges sign language and comics as flawlessly as Matt Fraction and David Aja.

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  2. Facebook Users Shame Spielberg for Hunting Triceratops

    A meme 21 years in the making.

    Just how gullible is the Internet?

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  3. The Jurassic Park Theme Sung by Goats, Because This Is the Internet and What Did You Expect?

    Hold onto your goats.

    From the creators of the Game of Thrones theme song (with goats), here’s the Jurassic Park theme song (with goats). I have to assume Star Wars is already on Marca Blanca's to-do list, but can this whole "goat" trend not die out before they get to the Buckaroo Banzai theme, please? It doesn't get enough love. And speaking of Jurassic Park and goats:

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  4. Here, Have Some Behind-the-Scenes Videos Of Jurassic World

    Hold on to your--ah, you get it.

    NBC Today Show correspondent Jenna Bush Hager got a chance to check out the Jurassic World set and hang out with film stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Nick Robinson, and Ty Simpkins. Someone please invent both time travel and brain-switching technology so we can retroactively take her place. Until then, I guess we'll just have to live vicariously through these videos.

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  5. What If Jurassic Park Was Filled With Giant Dogs Instead Of Dinosaurs?

    That is one big pile of sh*t.

    Ok, now make the whole movie.

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  6. We’re Gonna Need Someone To Buy Us All of These Nostalgic Necklaces, Stat

    We'll just have to go on an Open World quest for all of them now, right?

    The dream of the '90s isn't just alive in Portland anymore, okay guys? It's also flourishing over at Von Trash Jewelry, where you can buy expertly crafted homages to your favorite 20-year-old video games, movies, and TV shows. Aw man, and I just got the Hey Arnold! theme song out of my head from when I used to watch it as a kid! It's gonna be in there for another 18 years, now!

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  7. “Icon” Art Show Illustrates the Essence of Pop Culture Classics Jurassic Park, Big, and More

    It Belongs in a Museum!

    Starting at Los Angeles' Gallery 1988 West this Saturday, June 14th, "Icons" showcases the work of Dan Kuhlken and Nathan Goldman, collectively known as DKNG. The technical talk is that "icon" refers to the object in a show or movie that distills its essence—like the DeLorean in Back to the Future, or the barge for Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory. The non-technical talk is that this series of art is really damn pretty, and more people need to do Beavis & Butt-head illustrations.

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  8. The Jurassic World Director Finally Gave Us All the Truth Behind the Leaked Plot

    Someone must've said the magic word.

    Colin Trevorrow, director of the upcoming Jurassic World, was forced into damage control mode when leaked plot details got us all excited about Chris Pratt as a dino-Pokémon trainer. The movie is still just over a year away, but we now know a whole lot about the movie and the truth in the rumors.

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  9. Rumor: Chris Pratt Trains Dinosaurs Like Pokémon in Jurassic World, and Other Giant Lizard News

    Fact From the Vapor of Nuance

    Sometimes we bring you rumors because they stand a chance of being true. Sometimes we bring you rumors to point out the likelihood of them being false. And sometimes we bring you rumors because you need to imagine the crazy alternate reality in which they are true.

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  10. These Pop Culture-Inspired Fashion Designs Are Simply Fabulous, Darling

    eye candy

    Fashion is not my strong suit. As I put this post together, I'm wearing a yoga top and the comfiest pants I own, which I think are ten years old by now. But even I, uncouth peasant that I am, can appreciate the classiness of artist Sara Richard's "Haute Pop" series. How do I begin to pick a favorite? Even bloody lab coats are swank here. Click through for more, and be sure to follow her Tumblr for new designs every Sunday.

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