Posts tagged ‘sharks’

September 15th, 2013

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September 3rd, 2013

WOT A SHARK IN ESSEX ENGLAND TRULY IS A WONDERLAND



WOT A SHARK IN ESSEX ENGLAND TRULY IS A WONDERLAND

August 6th, 2013

The Downsides of Dating Someone Who Is Obsessed With Sharks “I think the only time that it became…

The Downsides of Dating Someone Who Is Obsessed With Sharks

“I think the only time that it became an annoyance was when he chose to use shark metaphors instead of actually talking. He used that quote from that Woody Allen movie, ‘Relationships are like sharks, if they ever stop moving they’ll die,’ he used that, like, twice in like a fight and it got me really mad. I think there was once when we were in a huge fight and he texted me this long thing about how he’s just going with the ebbs and flows of the ocean.”

This is a lie, there are no downsides.

July 28th, 2013

p: i read the wikipedia page for orcas today……orcas are buckwild

p: i read the wikipedia page for orcas today......orcas are buckwild
p: they eat deer sometimes
p: what more can i say
b: he was boy, she ate a deer
b: can i make it any more obvious
p: he was a punk, she was a whale
p: what more can i say
b: he wanted her, she'd never tell secretly she wanted to eat him as well
b: all of her friends they turned up their nose they had a problem with eating dirty clothes
p: he was a skater boy, she said i'm a fucking orca, he wasn't good enough to eat
p: now he's a superstar, living on his guitar, she's gonna fucking eat him though
July 27th, 2013

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January 17th, 2013

Feminist shark.



Feminist shark.

November 18th, 2012

superseventies: Behind the scenes of ‘Jaws’, 1975.



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Behind the scenes of ‘Jaws’, 1975.

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November 5th, 2012

Jesus Christ I forgot how awesome this movie is….



Jesus Christ I forgot how awesome this movie is. SUPERINTELLIGENT SHARKS. Also there is one part where Saffron Burrow is about to electrocute a shark and she takes off her top for no reason at all, then gets back to it.

September 4th, 2012

I hate it when Vice is important. The Woman Who Wants to Give…



I hate it when Vice is important.

The Woman Who Wants to Give Birth to a Shark

VICE : Hello Ai. Where did this idea of giving birth to sharks come from?
Ai Hasegawa: I’m 32. It’s a good age for a woman to think about giving life. But having a real child isn’t that simple. You have to give them a happy life. You can’t abandon them. I think simply wanting a baby isn’t a good enough reason to have one.

Well, it’s a good start.
We’re soon going to be facing a global food shortage crisis. How on earth are we going to feed new humans? But I still want to give life, I don’t want 30 years of painful menstruation to have all been in vain. And I want to eat good meat.

Is Carrying the fetus of another species technically even possible?
It will be, in the near future. A human uterus is just the right size to hold one fetus. I’ve been speaking to a gynaecologist about ways of making it bigger. I believe humans could use their uterus as an aquarium or incubator. Wouldn’t there be compatibility issues between a human placenta and a shark’s?
The placenta comes from the fetus, not the mother, meaning there’s no need to modify human DNA. I’ve been assured that it should be possible to create “dolph-human” or “shark-human” placentas just by modifying the animal’s DNA. I’m still doing the research, but sharks seem to be the most compatible. And as a species, sharks fit all my criteria: They’re endangered, their life-span is almost as long as that of a human, and most importantly, they’re delicious.

Do you think women will accept carrying animal fetuses?
Carrying a shark fetus inside your uterus means you have to stop menstruating. But the medication for that has very unpleasant side-effects. I think the ideal carrier profile would be a rich, single, and above all menopausal woman.

And what are the advantages of doing this?
We don’t need any more humans, there are too many already as it is. Mostly, it’s a way of preserving endangered species.

And it would be a new way of producing food. Because you could eat the shark baby after it came out. Which is a totally logical thing to do.
Exactly! And you would no longer feel the guilt of eating another animal. It’s also less costly than raising a human, and there are fewer responsibilities. I find it less terrifying than adopting a child you might end up not loving.

June 29th, 2012

Sharkwater




On May 13, 2012, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society founder Paul Watson was arrested for protecting sharks in 2002. Join Sea Shepherd Conservation Society for a screening of the documentary Sharkwater, which captures the incident that led to his arrest. For filmmaker Rob Stewart, exploring sharks began as an underwater adventure. What it turned into was a beautiful and dangerous life journey into the balance of life on earth. Driven by passion fed from a life-long fascination with sharks, Stewart debunks historical stereotypes and media depictions of sharks as bloodthirsty, man-eating monsters and reveals the reality of sharks as pillars in the evolution of the seas. Sharkwater takes you into the most shark rich waters of the world, exposing the exploitation and corruption surrounding the world’s shark populations in the marine reserves of Cocos Island, Costa Rica and the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador.

In an effort to protect sharks, Stewart teams up with renegade conservationist Captain Paul Watson of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. Their unbelievable adventure together starts with a battle between the Sea Shepherd and shark poachers in Guatemala, resulting in conflicts with pirate boats, gunboat chases, mafia espionage, corrupt court systems and attempted murder charges, forcing them to flee for their lives and eventually leading to Paul Watson’s arrest in Frankfurt on May 13, 2012. Captain Watson is currently under house arrest in Germany, awaiting possible extradition to Costa Rica.

After the documentary, Sea Shepherd volunteers will take questions about our campaigns across the world, including the summer 2012 shark defense campaign in the South Pacific. Crew members and on-shore volunteers will be on hand to discuss how you can help release Paul Watson, get involved in Sea Shepherd and become a member. We will also be selling official Sea Shepherd merchandise.

Jivamukti Yoga School
 841 Broadway, second floor, Manhattan
7p; $10 suggested donation
nyc]at]seashepherd.org
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