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-- Jo The Marten (Talk) 06:26, January 10, 2010

Relax, mate Edit

No need for insults here. Besides, you do know that just because Jurassic Park popularized the line, it doesn't mean it's from where it originates, right? Haven't you ever heard it's recommended not to move or pretend you are dead when facing a bear?

Oh, and please sign your posts. DeathBlade182 07:04, January 10, 2010 (UTC)

(Sorry for the double post)

First off, it's a REFERENCE. Opening crates with crowbars does not originate from Half-Life. Yet you left the Half-Life reference untouched. Why? Because it's obvious.

Secondly, the rumor that bears do not attack you if you play dead is not only completely untrue, it's DANGEROUS. A bear will not hesitate to rip you open if it doesn't think you're really dead. Likewise, an alligator will snap at prey that is standing motionless at the edge of its' water. In fact, most forest or jungle predators take down prey that aren't moving SPECIFICALLY because they're easier to get. Even savanna/plains predators chase their prey only when the ambush fails, and not because otherwise they can't spot the prey. User:Classtoise 02:09, January 10, 2010 (UTC)

...So? It's still rumored, right? I'm not saying it's true, I'm pointing out the fact the line does not originate from JP, and even in JPIII the T-Rex attacks Grant and the others when they stood still. DeathBlade182 07:15, January 10, 2010 (UTC)

Then a compromise. We leave BOTH points in there, as BOTH are valid. As it was on the FIRST edit you made before I accidentally highlighted and deleted it and couldn't be arsed to edit my own edit by the time I noticed. User:Classtoise 02:18, January 10, 2010 (UTC)

I'll leave it like that for now, but if anybody else deletes the reference, that's not my problem.

Cheers. DeathBlade182 07:21, January 10, 2010 (UTC)

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