Liberal Conservationist Author Is Majorly Offended By “Hunting” Photo, Doesn’t Realize It’s From Jurassic Park

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Another person has fallen victim to the age-old “Steven Spielberg hunting photo” from the set of Jurassic Park.

This time, it was conservationist and author Joyce Carol Oates who hopped on her Twitter soapbox to voice her disgust of a vile and gruesome hunting photo that crossed her timeline.

What Oates clearly didn’t do, however, is actually click on the image. If she had, maybe she would have realized that the photo wasn’t so offensive after all.

Let’s take a look:

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Siri, please enhance:

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Enhance again:

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Oh, that’s Academy Award winner Steven Spielberg standing in front of a triceratops on the set of Jurassic Park.

This means Oates either didn’t click on the photo and shared it without thinking like an idiot, or truly believes hunting extinct dinosaurs is a barbaric practice that needs immediate reform. Her tweet did prompt some hilarious responses, like this:

Oates probably prefers gluten-free, grass-fed and locally raised triceratops over Big BusinessCorp inhumanely treated triceratops.

It was probably an honest mistake or maybe even a joke, but judging by her other tweets I’m not sure we can rule “batshit crazy” out just yet.

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