The numbers regarding the post of Jay Branscomb are staggering. His post managed to fuel more than 5,000 comments and even more shares, about 30,000. It would be cruel to believe that all these people don’t know triceratops are extinct, since a very long time ago. Where were all these people during biology classes? Of course, even though Spielberg’s fame rose in a very fast and negative manner, the truth finally triumphed, showing the real meaning of the photo. Now, everybody must be thinking how Branscomb reacted to the unexpected wave of people interested in his post. Well, he did respond to the challenge, but in his way, apparently. Instead of explaining the situation, he posted another amusing picture. Again, it was about Steven Spielberg, but in his youthful years, riding the body of a large dead shark. The message accompanying the photo was encouraging people to recognize and find this violent shark hunter. Branscomb must have had some good laughter due to this story.
“Folks, we need your help identifying the vicious shark-killer shown posing with his illegal prey. Sharks are essential to the ecosystem and their waters are protected off the coast of California. If you have any knowledge of this fiend’s identity or whereabouts, please contact authorities immediately.”
So dear friends, if you weren’t paying attention until now, dinosaurs do not exist. They were a part of the Earth in a very distant era, so it was impossible for Spielberg actually to hunt and kill such a massive beast. Thus, there is no reason to believe the filmmaker is a cruel man and stop appreciating his movies anymore.