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As you have no doubt noticed, energy prices are skyrocketing and the government is making it more and more difficult to explore and drill for new oil. Energy demands are at an all-time high and show no sign of declining.
As fate would have it, our seas are choked with whales, a source of clean, natural, organic, and renewable energy.
Let’s face it, whales are just too big for a crowded world. Sure, they’re neat when you see them swimming in the ocean, but that’s not all they do in there, you know. You really want to swim around in that?
And though whales have a reputation as gentle and intelligent creatures, we have it on good authority that they eat people and blame sharks for it.
If you’ve ever been on a whale-watching boat and gotten sprayed with about thirty gallons of whale snot, you might not feel so warm and fuzzy about them. That is not cool, man. Not cool at all. Seriously, what have whales done for you?
So, the next time you pull into a gas station to fill up, be sure to do the smart thing and say, “Make mine whale!”