Tired of thumping on people, I turn my weary eyes to science. (I understand this forum has something to do with the field.) I've been watching a bit of Discovery and found something that boils my blood a bit (although I promise not to froth): the supposition that tyrannosaurs were scavengers. The evidence appears largely to be based on the size of their nasal cavities and their stumpy forelimbs. Yet this doesn't strike me as convincing. Any budding paleontologists out there (or people just wish they were, like me) want to take a stab at it? I've included a range of options above: I wanted to feel out sentiment for the "ultimate killing machine" 100% predator perspective and the slow, complete scavenger perspective. Possibly opinions will occupy a normal distribution.