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January 04, 2022

THEY ALWAYS HEAD STRAIGHT FOR FLORIDA

Goldfish are trained to 'DRIVE' a robotic tank by swimming in a certain direction to show they can navigate on land as well as in the water

(Thanks to The Perts and Ralph)

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Weren’t we promised flying fish tanks?

I'm not sure just how much the fish will need to use this skill on land.

The goldfish are just being koi

I wonder if they tried this with silver fish?

The scientists are claiming they are beginning to identify where these goldfish are headed for toward by observing flashing lights. For example, the fish with constant flashing left turn signal lights are headed to Florida.

Don't think of them as goldfish, think of them as cheez-its of the sea.

Do they now identify as amphibians?

Training fish to seek out a target? This has disturbing military applications.

Well they do travel in schools.

UBER drivers demand a recount!

Well, you know the first of its two punchlines by now, but I can't pass up an oldie/goodie:

Two fish are in a tank.
The first one asks "How do you drive this thing?"
The second one says "Holy $#|+!  A talking fish!"

I believe I already covered this in my award-winning children's book,
One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish

This one has a little star.
This one has a little car.
Say! what a lot of fish there are.

Soon there will be a Goldfisch Panzer Division. Just what we need.

This followed Dr. Seuss, to be sure, but Will Ferrel was way ahead of these scientists: Minion.

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