You shouldn’t smuggle your employers wares for financial gain. This goes doubly so if your employer is making dinosaurs, and you’re trying to steal the embryos. Dennis Nedry learned this the hard way. Dennis “Newman” Nedry was the computer programmer for Jurassic Park. He met his fate when the YJ-era Jeep Wrangler he was driving got stuck in the mud.
Dennis needed to get out of his Jeep to try and winch himself free. But his moment of off-road failure left a literal door open for a dinosaur attack. Nedry was sprayed in the face by a Dilophosaurus. The first shot startled him, but the second shot landed right in his face. He stumbled back to the Jeep where the dinosaur was waiting to finish its now wounded prey.
An image has appeared on the Internet related to this incident, and it asks an important question. If Dennis had installed lockers instead of his period-correct lightbars, would he still be alive? Add in a set of KM3 tires from BFGoodrich, and Nedry would’ve made it to East Dock. He would’ve collected his pay. And Biosyn would’ve received its dino baby slurry.
So maybe it’s better for the rest of the world, that Dennis’ Jeep was mostly show with little actual off-road go…
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