Thompson Pteredactyl – June 2019

The Thompson Pterodactyl

When you’re 5,000 years old you’re bound to have had some unfortunate physical altercations at different stages over the years. There was a giant lizard once that grabbed my leg and twisted, resulting in a knee replacement. Then there was that native canoe that was being driven so irresponsibly; crashed into the same leg causing a requirement for a permanent internal splint above the fake knee. These days they use surgical stainless steel. In my day the prosthetics were made out of rock.

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