“Look, I’ll explain it to you one last time,” he said. “Dinosaurs ruled the world. Then came an ice age, and they died, simple.”
To prove the point, he stamped down hard on his younger brother’s new toy, smashing it into the snow.
“And after that, man ruled the world. It’s called Evolution.”
He pressed down hard with his heel, making the tyrannosaurus squeal in protest. “See! It’s dead now, so now you can help me build that snowman.”
Such logic was hard to dispute, especially when the bigger boy backed it up with dead legs or Chinese burns.