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Kris Humphries Taunted With 'Kanye' Chant While Shooting Free Throws! Is His 72-Day Marriage To Kim Kardashian Still Haunting Him?!

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Perhaps it's time to give Kris Humphries a little slack, no?

Kris and Kim Kardashian's short-lived 72 day marriage may have disintegrated just over three years ago, but even today, he still can't hear the end of it!

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During a recent game that pitted the Washington Wizards against the Toronto Raptors, Toronto fans subjected the Wizards player to a "Kanye" chant while he was at the free throw line.

Eh, we thought all Canadians were supposed to be nice?!

Of course, the chant worked, and Kris missed the shot. So sad.

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Clever Girl! Jurassic Park Raptor Cage Hits Ebay!!

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Do you remember the scene (above) from Jurassic Park??

Of course you do! How could anyone forget an opening like that? The whole movie's vibe is masterfully set up in such a short snippet, and then plays out just like we all fear!

Now, who wouldn't want a reminder of that fear in their own back yard?

That EXACT raptor crate prop used in the movie is now on eBay, which you can bid on HERE!

It's just too bad the bidding is up to $99k+ dollars. Still… if we all pool our money together! Because the RAPTOR IS STILL INSIDE.

We can do this!

See more pics AFTER THE JUMP!!!

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Dinosaur Discovery!

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oldest raptor dinosaur bones in America discovered in Utah

The oldest raptors to roam what is now American soil were thought to be about 75 million years old, but scientists announced Thursday a new discovery dates raptors back 125 million years!

Bones of a small, feathered raptor-like dinosaur, the Geminiraptor suarezarum, were discovered in eastern Utah and is the oldest reported discovery of its kind.

James Kirkland, a paleontologist with the Utah Geological Survey, describes the species as:

"They were fast, they were smart, they had big eyes and very dexterous hands."

The creature was named after identical twins, Celina and Marina Suarez of San Antonio, Texas who discovered the quarry where the bones were found.

Celina Suarez commented on their discovery:

"As kids, we always kind of thought we might dig up a dinosaur in our backyard. We didn't know we would have to drive to Utah to do it."

The quarry, now named after the twin sisters as well, has since yielded two dinosaur discoveries, with bones that may suggest a third!

Job well done, ladies!

Now we just need to work on using DNA to bring dinosaurs back to life so we can open that theme park we've always dreamed of.

[Image via AP Images.]

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