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This picture (19"*15") is the culmination of several well known facts.

First, dinosaurs were able to breath fire. It goes without saying, but I will say it anyways. The word "Dinosaur" was not invented until 1850, and therefore when anyone wanted to describe a 'dinosaur' before 1850 was out of luck, since the word hadn't been invented yet. They had to use a similar d-word. The convention at the time was to use the word 'Dragon' whose original meaning was probably some sort of cheese grater. So any use of the word 'dragon' before 1850 referred to either a dinosaur or a cheese grater, depending on the context. Early reports of dragons breathing fire therefore must have been referring to dinosaurs, since it is a well established fact that cheese graters can not breath fire. And thus all dinosaurs must have been able to breath fire. It is simple logic. It can not be refuted.

The second well-established fact is that the harder a dragon's name is to pronounce the more evil it is. For example, Puff was a nice magically dinosaur, while Níðhöggr was a dragon who gnawed at the feet of the Danish. (Hence, why Danes have unusually short toes.) Nothronychus, being a Therizinosauridae, had a hard name to pronounce and was therefore was far more evil than any Tyrannosaurs or Allosaurs.

The third well-established fact is that the more evil the dragon--or dinosaur--the fairer the maiden that it is guarding must be. Only one maiden is fair enough to be guarded by the likes of Nothronychus, and that is the Virgen de Guadalupe.

The fourth and last fact that this picture is based on is that the more evil the dragon and the more fair the maiden, the braver the hero has to be. And everyone knows that the only hero brave and bold enough to rescue Virgen de Guadalupe from the Nothronychus is Santo Niño de Atocha.

Given these irrefutable facts, this picture, done so finely in the highest quality adhesives, can be taken as a representation of historical fact.

Santo Nino de Atocha rescues Virgen de Guadalupe from the evil Nothronychus.

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