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August 02, 2012

DUH

Researchers find caffeine in waters off Oregon

(Thanks to The Perts)

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And the local fish can't close their eyes and rest.

This could go a long way toward explaining the increase in shark attacks. Marine biologists need to check for an increase in shark eye twitching and nail biting.

Can we call it El Beanyo?

I picture a bunch of sea otters, floating on their backs with crabs and lattes on their bellies.

Great image, LeDud. I like it. But let's hope the caff is limited to the water -- I'd hate to think what would happen if the squirrels were effected.

The Caffeinated (insert weird fish name here) WBAGNFARB.

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