Monday, November 12, 2012

Ron Barber and John Hammond From "Jurassic Park": Separated at Birth?

Posted By on Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 4:30 PM

Theyre like twin brothers of completely disparate ages!
  • They're like twin brothers of completely disparate ages!

Seriously, the resemblance is uncanny Representative, and current CD2 candidate Ron Barber looks so similar to Richard Attenborough in these photos that it's silly.

If Barber ends up pulling through in this race, let's hope he doesn't attempt to pull funding toward a dinosaur-themed park full of actual dinosaurs unless, of course, we're that desperate for job creation that we're willing to risk the possibility of being hunted by escaped velociraptors (which, truth be told, look less frightening when covered in feathers).

[H/T to chowderneck at reddit.com/r/tucson]

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