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Monday, November 15, 2010

Minions #247 - Dinosaur in a Net

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Greetings, Silly Short-arms!

I'm just back from Orycon in Portland, Oregon.  Been a stressful weekend on the personal front (yes, your Minion Master does have a life beyond the lair and the furtherance of evil) so I'll keep this short.  Kinda like that T-rex's silly, little, arms.  AHHH!  LOOK OUT!  HE'S THROWING A MAIL-BOMB!

See you next week...

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1 comment:

Ayesongs said...

Love it! Now we know why T-rex developed those tiny little arms. Looks like the way ahead for us humans now, too.