Hang on a tick..
I seem to recall a remote control pterodactyl glider model thingy on TV a long while ago, and I do believe it was in America...is it still flying?
Maybe he DID see one...??
A 29-year-old Washington driver who last Thursday night drifted into the oncoming lane before crashing into a light pole failed to convince police officers that flying dinosaurs were to blame, HeraldNet reports. The 29-year-old Wenatchee man apparently wandered off course "for less than a block" while oncoming traffic …
A radio-control pterodactyl was commisioned by the Smithsonian Museum, and created by Paul MacCready. It flew by flapping its wings. I've seen the film, and seen the pterodactyl itself on display in the Air and Space museum.
Perhaps this driver saw a secret military version of same. Was it black? Gotta watch out for them black pterodactyls!
You're thinking of Wargames (with a very young Matthew Broderick).
Ally Sheedy and himself go to find a Dr. Stephen Falken on his private Island, trying to hunt down 'Joshua' (ahh, so many people's passwords after that), and they get 'buzzed' by a flying pterodactyl (well, radio controlled).
Hmm, need to get out more to remember that film in that much detail....
I have seen this recalcitrant animal several times. The first time it made me fail my maths O level, then some years later it made me drive my dad's car into a Rolls Royce that some fool had parked on the piece of road I was driving on,soon after that it made me drink a vast amount of Jack Daniels during my lunch break, causing me to go back to work and urinate in the corner of my bosses' office. It's true I tell you!
what is worse are the other members of the family , the Mastodon, the sabre tooth tiger and the monkey that keeps talking to me.
Occasionally some "extinct" animal is found to still exist after all. Or maybe it was some sort of odd-looking bird he'd never seen, and he could only relate it to a pterodactyl.
OTOH, that doesn't mean you crash into a lamp post. I mean, let's say it was a hawk instead of a pterodactyl. Would that have been excuse enough? I don't think so.
I'm thinking maybe it was a vulture...
Yes, but its not practical enough to fly down the street to frighten drivers. It has to be flown off the side of a hill ("slope plane").
If you recall the opening lines from "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" -- about driving across the desert when the dinos hit or whatever -- then a more likely explanation is that he was suffering the effects of whatever he washed down with that "minimal amount of alcohol".
The man saw a Pderodactyl. Pderodactyls are secretly gathering to take over humanity. Nobody believes this man. We are here, all laughing from him.
Then, the pderodactyls strike. Millions of people die. This same man escapes from the sanatorium, gather a group of crazy people coming from all sectors of society (including the obligatory very hot bimbo, a rebel adolescent and a black man). All these people were absolutely normal, living normal lifes, but all of a sudden, they'll become expert in guns handling, ace drivers and explosive masters. They'll take down the pderodactyls. The black man, rebel adolescent, hot bimbo and a lot of extras will die so this man can accomplish his mission. The only survivor, besides him, will be a beautifull woman that doesn't like him, but as the days passes by his side, begins to love him madly.
All of this will happen in the USA, that we all know is the center of the world, so all invasions must start here. And, on the other hand, when the invaders in the USA are aniquillated, all of a sudden the invaders in all the world are destroyed too.
You'll see. Now, we laugh of this man. After a few months, the few of us that survive will praise him like a savior...
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