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Proof that women have loved fancy shoes for over 2300 years.

 

I wonder if she told her husband she got them on sale? :rolleyes:

 

On a more serious note, I often wonder if these educated individuals ever consider that they are desecrating graves...

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Thats cool as the human footprint stepped on by a dinosaur footprint fossil.

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I have to say, that is simply an AMAZING artifact.  They genuinely were not that much different than we are now.

 

Cat Brules

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But . . . . here we go again . . . . . . are they SASS legal?

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38 minutes ago, Marshal Hangtree said:

But . . . . here we go again . . . . . . are they SASS legal?

 

Are those lugs or hobnails?

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Looks to be legal for B Western! :lol:

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10 hours ago, Marshal Mo Hare, SASS #45984 said:

I don’t think it was a woman’s boot. They only found one boot, not 50 pairs.

I actually choked on my Clif bar laughing at your comment. :lol:

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Dutch Wheeler said:

Looks to be legal for B Western! :lol:


Be hard to argue that it is not a traditional design. It is definitely flashy / fancy. 

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15 hours ago, Tennessee williams said:

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Thats cool as the human footprint stepped on by a dinosaur footprint fossil.

I wonder who was stalking who for a dinner meal...And who got the meal??

 

Texas Lizard

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7 minutes ago, Texas Lizard said:

I wonder who was stalking who for a dinner meal...And who got the meal??

 

Texas Lizard

TL, they were both on the way to DQ!

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15 hours ago, Tennessee williams said:

496575f4aa2493fe7c02465df7a859a9.jpg.0db75fda9343cb4188ddcf7e27e5c154.jpg

 

Thats cool as the human footprint stepped on by a dinosaur footprint fossil.

 

So, I am a bit confused by the above artifact.  Weren't dinosaurs extinct, long before man was around?  :unsure:

 

dinosaur timeline - Google Search | Dinosaur era, Dinosaur, Extinction

 

 

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Howdy,

The more I look at it the more I think the human print is on top of the dino.

Im sure some shoreline areas cycled.

Those prints could have been made many years apart.

Just a first reaction to think they were made the same day.

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36 minutes ago, Dutch Wheeler said:

 

So, I am a bit confused by the above artifact.  Weren't dinosaurs extinct, long before man was around?  :unsure:

 

dinosaur timeline - Google Search | Dinosaur era, Dinosaur, Extinction

 

 

 

5 minutes ago, Chili Ron said:

Howdy,

The more I look at it the more I think the human print is on top of the dino.

Im sure some shoreline areas cycled.

Those prints could have been made many years apart.

Just a first reaction to think they were made the same day.

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CR

 

Some geologists say the two prints had to have been made at roughly the same time period. Kind of like stepping in wet concrete, you'd make a footprint. But once it solidifies, you can't make another one.  Science says humans and dinosaurs did not "exactly" live at the same time. Science also says we evolved from monkeys, so maybe either could be up for debate. It is known birds evolved from dinosaurs. So technically I guess this could have been an avian/dinosaur print.:ph34r:

   You got me. I just found it interesting. There are also footprints with shoes that have sewn soles that are supposedly millions of years old. 

There are "giant human" fossilized footprints millions of years old a couple feet long. Some people believe these belonged to the nephelim(offspring of the sons of God and the daughters of man) mentioned in Genesis.

 

Personally, I think science has their dating wrong. They need to calibrate their shot timers.

 

I have other interesting thoughts but they're probably better heard over a nanner split.

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1 hour ago, Dutch Wheeler said:

 

So, I am a bit confused by the above artifact.  Weren't dinosaurs extinct, long before man was around?  :unsure:

 

dinosaur timeline - Google Search | Dinosaur era, Dinosaur, Extinction

 

 


Ha! You never met my mother-in-law! :lol:

 

 

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1 hour ago, Tennessee williams said:

 

Some geologists say the two prints had to have been made at roughly the same time period. Kind of like stepping in wet concrete, you'd make a footprint. But once it solidifies, you can't make another one.  Science says humans and dinosaurs did not "exactly" live at the same time. Science also says we evolved from monkeys, so maybe either could be up for debate. It is known birds evolved from dinosaurs. So technically I guess this could have been an avian/dinosaur print.:ph34r:

   You got me. I just found it interesting. There are also footprints with shoes that have sewn soles that are supposedly millions of years old. 

There are "giant human" fossilized footprints millions of years old a couple feet long. Some people believe these belonged to the nephelim(offspring of the sons of God and the daughters of man) mentioned in Genesis.

 

Personally, I think science has their dating wrong. They need to calibrate their shot timers.

 

I have other interesting thoughts but they're probably better heard over a nanner split.

 

First Giant Bird Found In Europe Lived Alongside Early Humans

https://www.ancient-origins.net/news-history-archaeology/giant-bird-0012202

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1 hour ago, Injun Ryder, SASS #36201L said:

 

First Giant Bird Found In Europe Lived Alongside Early Humans

https://www.ancient-origins.net/news-history-archaeology/giant-bird-0012202

That was a good read, thanks! Am I making it up, or was there an American Indian legend about a giant bird? Seems like I remember hearing some account of a man and his son seeing some giant bird flying close to them while they were in a canoe. The story kind of reminded me of the Thylacine. People reported seeing them and nobody thought the stories were true. It went extinct in 1933. Pretty mean looking!4737C59000000578-0-image-a-17_1513003990342.jpg.9c9f9ea5af3e9a9b30b54d572c7ed0cf.jpg

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