The Amazing Journey of a Plastic Bag By James Reed

     Hollywood makes movies about fish, so why not plastic bags? I can see no reason, especially since plastic has now made it to the deepest parts of the ocean, no mean achievement for the human races’ ingenuity.

“An American explorer has found plastic waste on the seafloor while breaking the record for the deepest ever dive. Victor Vescovo descended nearly 11km (seven miles) to the deepest place in the ocean - the Pacific Ocean's Mariana Trench. He spent four hours exploring the bottom of the trench in his submersible, built to withstand the immense pressure of the deep. He found sea creatures, but also found a plastic bag and sweet wrappers. It is the third time humans have reached the ocean's extreme depths.”

     Take that Greenies; clearly plasticine and consumerism rule, and I look forward to the day when the entire oceans of the world become one sold mass of plastic, cutting down transportation costs of more … plastic!

     I mean to say, if we can be expected to put up with infinity migration, then why can’t marine life be a wee bit more tolerant and put up with infinity plastic? It is almost as exciting as the giant penis, now known by scientists as the “sky penis,” that was drawn in the sky which led to multiple fatalities of feminists:

“SEATTLE - The Navy released a copy of the investigation into the giant sky penis that graced the skies above Okanogan County in 2017, and the resulting transcript of the in-flight conversation was exactly what you'd expect. "You should totally try to draw a penis," the cockpit partner, an electronic warfare officer (EWO), said to the pilot of the EA-18G Growler that had taken off from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, according to audio reported on by the Navy Times. "Dude, that would be so funny," the pilot said after some deliberation on how it could be done. The sky penis was seen by many on a blue-skied Nov. 16, 2017 afternoon in rural Eastern Washington. Reports by several local media outlets started trickling out that a phallic symbol was emblazoned across the sky. In a couple of hours, it was viral, and of course the complaints came.”

     You can bet they did. Boys will be boys until they are all replaced by Captain Marvel types.


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Friday, 19 August 2022