He doesn’t. Grant having trouble with technology is a film-only addition. Grant in the book is generally a very different character from the film: he’s significantly older than Sattler, not romantically interested in her, he has a full beard and he loves children.
I thought of it as being more about Dr. Grant’s pragmatism. Need to shock the ground to get some imaging? Shoot it. Annoying kid at a dig? Scare him by describing nature. Seatbelt won’t buckle? Tie it. Want to see some eggs in the lab but you’re stuck on the ride? Break the ride and get off. Electric fence in your… Read more
Not only is it not a debunk, I wouldn’t call it a theory or foreshadowing either. It’s more a moment of visual symbolism that ties into the thematic throughlines of the movie (and novel).
It’s sad that Ford is held more accountable for lying than politicians and “news” networks.
If it isn’t a Ranger, they’ve really missed a naming opportunity...
If it’s an electric Maverick, Dearborn can have my money right now.
I’m due my Rivian R1S, allegedly, at the beginning of next year. But truly I hope Ford sell a fuck-ton of the F150 lightnings. Apart from the very mediocre interior, they made so many smart choices with that thing that it would be a shame to see it fail. Once truck owners realise (accept?) that - in truth - they… Read more
It is better to have Orloved and Lost, than never to have Orloved at All.
All assholes are one continuously long asshole. We’re basically a meat mobius strip (or perhaps a Klein Bottle?).
I too am thrilled to read Raph’s latest work in Horse & Hound.
Have fun at Old Bicycle Week Daily dot Com or whatever
Carriageway & Autodrome Magazine
I had to check and make sure this wasn’t a previously published article.
You mean Jalopnik is gutted.