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November 26, 2013

WE SAW THEM OPEN FOR PHISH

Storms of 'sea snot' muck up the ocean floor

(Thanks to Aaron Spetner)

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Loved the headline to the right of this feature story: Cow farts a far greater problem than EPA previously thought

Thanks, Dave. I'm using your blog to make a list of topics for Thanksgiving dinner conversation.

"Yea, slimy things did crawl with legs
Upon the slimy Sea."

I think Coleridge would like the story except for the over alliteration.
Sea Salps supped in sea snot storms, indeed.

Time to open up the Strategic Sea Tissue Reserve.

Come on, Meanie. That's not a nice way to talk about San Diego.

If you're in the ocean and you don't like the things your feet encounter, you probably shouldn't dive down and look.
Have fun!

thar she blows !

"Storms of Sea Snot" was an early, unreleased Alan Parson Project album.

Yes renamed it and released it as Tales from Topographic Oceans.

This reminds me of a bit from The Big Bang Theory where they wondered about Aquaman and how he dealt with fish poo. Unless something eats the excrement and the snot, the bottom of the ocean has got to be pretty nasty by now.

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