Friday, October 29, 2010

SEA-WOLVES AMONG THE SHEEP

Oh, those adorable little whales have decided to have a bit of a frolic in Sydney harbour?
Will Ford from Whale Watch Sydney said it was "very, very unusual" for whales to come so far into the harbour. [....]

"They were pretty relaxed and looked to be having a good time ... and it really is rare.

Rubbish! I'll tell you why they were having a good time: Their mates were robbing you blind!

It's a little thing called misdirection, have you heard of it? While you're standing around slack-jawed and pointing at those whales and their antics, accomplices have broken into your homes, your cars, and looted your unattended handbags.

Not so great now, is it?

5 comments:

archiearchive said...

The wombats are in league with the whales? But whales are decent God-fearing mammals! It was just that the wombats took advantage of the situation.

iamyourgod said...

My creations are misbehaving again? Why wasn't I told? Build an Ark!

Racist Wallaby said...

@archiearchive: Bah, it's entirely possible to be God fearing and still run a criminal organisation. Look at the Dugong mafia, or Al Pacino's award-winning film, "The GodFalcon."

@iamyourgod: What good will an ark do? Whales can swim; I'd still have to worry about them breaking into my cabin and looting my footlocker during the 40-days-and-nights cruise.

iamyourgod said...

Ok, your choice - how long can a wallaby swim? I have mislaid the specifications at the moment.

Racist Wallaby said...

It's funny, really. I always thought that if you had wanted us to swim, you wouldn't have invented jet skis.