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June 29, 2007
Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Sand Sculpture
Posted on June 29, 2007 at 4:04 PM
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It's really an idol of Cthulhu, but that's okay for Friday too.
I hear it was done as a fund raiser for "Jerry's Squids".
Does he have any idea what he's done to the structural integrity of the sand? This is how people die!
Even worse. I think that Bruce is committing a crime in this same blog by raising the general awareness on these species. By making them popular, he is also making them known to fishing expeditions and other human predators, and thus a target for their deathly activities.
We should ban all information on animals ― preservation by obscurity.
I could be wrong, but I think these are the same guys who make sand sculptures on the South Bank in London.
They have a [shudder] MySpace page under the name Dirty Beach.
I prefer "Tate Modern Breakfast"
Obviously terroristic activity. I mean, look at how scary this sculpture is, and terrorism, after all, is meant to scare people.
This guy obviously is a cthulhu-fascistic terrorist!
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