I went to the Aquarium and I took photos of everything except the fish.
I should point out that the Aquarium is a progressive organization: When the news media pointed out that their cafeteria serves fishwiches, the Aquarium reacted promptly and put up a small sign explaining why eating fishwiches is good for fish in general.
Because fish have a powerful sense of smell, armpits must be inspected before entering.
Fine, I dare you to drink the brown stuff.
Oh, sure, they're going to tell me Animal 57 isn't a fish just because it's rectangular, featureless, boneless, and skinless. But that doesn't mean it's a legitimate animal, either.
This sign is to help convince the fish that we're the ones trapped behind the glass walls. And that we're a kind of fish with ugly cyan skin.
A principle you can apply at your job. Remember, the biggest chunks float to the top.
This was next to a touchscreen kiosk which had crashed, displaying only a spinning-ball cursor that YOU could move around the empty screen with your widdle finger.
And you were wondering why my Web site doesn't have a guestbook.
So that you won't feel like you missed anything by not visiting the Aquarium, here's a ball that will follow your finger for as long as you want!
Oh, yeah, I think they had some fish, too.
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