Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Tweets About Whale Wars

Though Whale Wars is an interesting program, in light of it, Discovery Networks should broadcast from a favorable standpoint a program about a band of prolife activists disrupting the operations of an abortion clinic.

On Whale Wars season 2, episode 8, the Japanese whalers should be applauded in their restraint by only use an acoustic weapon on the Sea Shepherd copter. These beatnik environmentalists should just be grateful a surface to air missile wasn't used.

Perhaps the Japanese whalers should get their own rubber dingies and toss noxious substances onto the Sea Shepherd ship for a change. Given the disgusting things Asians are known to eat, are pungent aromatic assaults the best way to deter the whalers?

Will there be a season of Whale Wars where the Sea Shepherds plan to harass Eskimos for hunting cetaceans? Guess the Japanese are too close to honorary White people to be able to gum up the conceptual relativism of these leftwingers by asking who are they to impose their dietary values on another culture.

The Sea Shepherds ought to be glad they are not dealing with the Japanese of the World War II era. Say what you want about that empire's faults, it's doubtful they would put up with hippies harassing that nation's ships.

Seems Paul Watson is the only crew member to grow obese on a vegetarian diet. Most of them look pathetically sickly and thin. Even the crews pet African looked plumper than the average Westerner onboard

With the sinking of the Ady Gil, maybe the organization now knows how it feels to have one of their vessels rammed.

It was stated that $5 million was paid for the Sea Shepherd's vessel the Bob Barker. Was that bid closest to the actual retail price without going over?

by Frederick Meekins

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