(Sorry I haven't been on as much. Summer was abnormally busy for me.)
New member approved, and joke appreciated. (Utahraptor was an awesome dino, and my second favorite.)
Speaking of the 'raptors, people insisting that they look way cooler without feathers is starting to get on my nerves a bit. As we (should) know in this club, many types of theropods had feathers. I was wondering what side you guys are on in this. My opinion: Feathered dinos are way scary. Just look at this: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...mmartyniuk.png
As for Amphicoelias, I have definitely heard of it, as well as read about it. From what I recall, estimates of its size range from 130 to 190 feet (about 40-57 meters), making it the largest dinosaur and the largest animal ever to walk on land.
(This too. PETA, "some theropods" does not mean "all theropods.")