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October 26, 2011

MOVE ALONG, NOTHING TO SEE HERE

...except a three-eyed fish found near a nuclear power plant...

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(Thanks to El Opinador Compulsivo, who notes, "Life imitates the Simpsons.")

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Blinky lives!!!!

That fish is scary enough without extra eyes; it's armored against piranhas.

OK, how many of you fish are mutants?
Come on, let's see a show of hands.

OK, I suppose it's my turn:

Edgar?

Spider-Pig, Spider-Pig, does whatever a Spider-Pig does.

Still not as freaky as Julia Roberts with hairy armpits.

Was it Mad Magazine or National Lampoon Magazine that ran a feature about nine-eyed carp caught in polluted waters? I can't remember.

After looking at the pics of the fish, I'm going out on a limb and saying that the spare eye may be the least of its issues. That thing is FUGLY.

It's probably blind. Lend an eye to the cyclops shark.

Not Cyclops. TryClops.

The fish has eyes for you....

From a genetic experimenting lab trying to make more
caviar, that went horribly wrong...

Sure to appear on next season's " Dancing With The Fish " .

Dancin' wit' the Fishes? Sounds like my kinda show.

It looks like they caught it by throwing bricks at it.

Snooki?

Keep a lookout for Mutant Ninja Turtles.

Killjoy alert. It's a fake. You can see the knife cut where they made a hole to insert the third eye. The comments are pretty funny (especially mangled by Google translate)

My votes with the cyclops shark.

Beware! "It's a trap!"

OT: I tried Google Translate and it did not work for me. I recommend Yahoo Babelfish as a better and easier translator. Babelfish is a fictional fish/device used in Douglas Adam's novels and movies and TV based on those novels.

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