This is a long post if it gets boring I’m sure you will bail. (Don’t blame you either) To bad the Turtles can’t.
This oil gush is like Gaia saying “You have been pulling my carbon product out of my veins for over 100 years. You want it here it is, MotherF*****s.”
Another view holds seeing this spill as Mother Gaia’s tongue, (soon to be bifurcated), reaching out and saying “I’m thirsty and need to replenish the carbon that has been sucked from my body. I am taking all the sea life in the Gulfo de Mexico and bringing down to form new oil for the future. That marsh grass looks like a nice salad.”
(What is the relief well turns out to be a fuck up like the first one?)
Not class art.
This here photograph is of a decal on the table top in a bar on Siesta Key,
The legs are the Keys.
The boobs are the Plastic Fantastic’s in
The blue V shows where the Disney Pussies all live.
That cute tush is
The Red Hair is God’s Country.
So you see that brown flow to the left that’s the oil.
It is coming.
It is coming.
And there ain’t a damn thing Fox News, BP, or Joe Barton, Or Sarah Or Dickey C can do to stop it for showing up on the beaches of this beautiful state.
See that swirl to the right of the representation of the State of
Ok, ok, I made that up. Moving on.
Let’s talk about the Turtles for a bit. That loop current that is to keep the oil off the beaches of Big Bend, Central and
Where was I? Oh yeah thinking ‘bout the Turtles, not that damn English band, but the real Deal: Sea Turtles Found in
Named for the color of its body fat, this turtle is listed as endangered in
This turtle is a relatively small turtle, and has been hunted to the brink of extinction for its beautiful shell. Once relatively common in
This endangered turtle is the largest and most active of the sea turtles. Up to eight feet in length, these huge turtles have a rubbery dark shell marked by seven narrow ridges that run the length of their back. Many travel thousands of miles and dive thousands of feet deep. They also venture into much colder water than any other sea turtle. These turtles feed on jellyfish and soft-bodied animals that would appear to provide very little nutrition for such huge animals. Ingestion of plastic bags and egg collecting are reasons for mortality and population declines. About 200 leatherback nests are recorded in
The rarest and smallest of all the sea turtles, this endangered turtle feeds in the coastal waters of Florida on blue crabs, other crabs and shrimp. They nest on a single stretch of beach on the Gulf Coast of Mexico.
This is the most common sea turtle in
Turtles can migrate thousands of miles, but usually return to lay their eggs on the same beach where they hatched.
Sea turtles have existed for over one hundred million years.
It can take 15 - 50 years before a sea turtle is capable of reproducing.
Scientists estimate that only 1 in 1000 to 10,000 babies will survive to adulthood.
Sea turtles live their entire life in the ocean. The only time they come ashore is when the female lays her eggs.
Sea turtles are reptiles. They breathe air, and can hold their breath for long periods of time.
When its time to sleep, a loggerhead will wedge under a rock close to the shore, or take a snooze while floating on the surface of deep water.
Hatchlings weigh less than one ounce and are only two inches long. Adults can grow over 3 feet long and weigh 200 to 300 pounds!
The nest temperature during incubation determines a sea turtle's sex. Boys like it cool - Girls like it hot.
Sea turtles have great underwater vision, but are nearsighted out of the water.
Although sea turtles do not have external ears, they are capable of hearing low frequency sounds and vibrations.
Sea turtles use their strong jaws to crush a diet of crabs, shrimp, mussels, and jelly fish.
These turtles in their own way tend to float on the Seaweed that gets caught up in the Loop Current, upon Sargassum Seaweed.
Sargassum, also known as "gulfweed", is a brown algae with an air bladder that allows it to float like a thick blanket on the surface of the water. This seaweed community supports a diverse ecosystem. Floating lines of sargassum provide critical habitat for a wide variety of sea life, including dolphin fish (also called mahi mahi), juvenile sea turtles, and seabirds. Some fish, crabs, shrimp-like creatures and sea slugs float with it and live off it. Pools of fish gather beneath it to catch some of the shade it provides. Sargassum is present in the
Art is used to teach about turtles, and chang the focus, just like a politician.
The joke has always been they pull their heads in and wait out the danger.
Don't think it will work this time.
Oh, I was talking about the turtles, but it works for DC suckups as well.