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Heh Heh. You Said Snotthead.

I loved the IMAX production The Living Sea. I own every Blue Planet DVD. I was a certified NASDS SCUBA diver at the tender age of 10. I’m fairly certain I was some sort of marine mammal in a former life. So it just makes sense that stories like this always pique my interest. Plus, it kind of keeps things in perspective:
“If you lived in pitch black, hunted by feeling vibrations or looking for the tiniest glimpses of light, withstood massive pressures and had to wait for months at a time to feed, you’d end up looking like Gollum as well,” said Mark Norman, a biologist who rode on the research vessel Tangaroa, which completed a month-long voyage in June.
It’s comforting to know that there is still so much out there that we haven’t messed with. Here’s my soapbox for the day: Do something now to protect our oceans. Even if you don’t live near the water, it’s all of our responsibility to take action and protect our greatest natural resource. And before you dismiss this as alarmist liberalism, you should know that even Kevin supports saving the manatees. Of course, that could just be because Jimmy Buffett does, too….

Ia Ora Te Natura
E Mea Arofa Teie Ao Nei
Ua Oau Te Maitai No Te Fenua
Te Vai Noa Ra Te Ora O Te Mitie
Thank you. You may now return to your regularly scheduled program.

2 Responses to “Heh Heh. You Said Snotthead.”

  1. Kevin Says:

    I think it should be noted that “The Living Sea” also has a sentimental place – it was part of our first date! December 9, 1994!

  2. kim Says:

    I love those Manatees! 😀




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