And Eddie thus ended Noah’s dilemma!
…there’s a cork in the hole in the bottom of the sea, there’s a cork in the hole in the bottom of the sea, there’s a hole, there’s a hole, there’s a hole in the bottom of the sea.
Makes as much sense as some of the “corrections” that have to keep being made to the “global warming” (strike that) climate change models.
First the tariffs, and now this. The Chinese are really going to be p-o’ed.
Excellent idea – drain the sea and collect the fish!
We won’t have to worry about over-fishing. They went down the drain with the water.
Teach a man to drain the ocean, and he will starve after a few days.
Definitions for anoesis – a state of mind consisting of pure sensation or emotion without cognitive content.
Yep, sounds about right.
Captain Eddy’s been talking to Spongebob?
There is a new Nature series called “Draining the Oceans” to see what is down there.
Anyone else wondering where he stowed the derrick on that dinky boat?
I was expecting him to hook the Yellow Submarine and have to explain why John, Paul, George and Ringer were in the diner
The sad part is someone in the trump Administration just read this strip and is calling NOAA about the “Ocean Plug” thingy. The Orange idiot does not read, even with pictures, so his Aids will have to tell him with Hand Puppets.
Pull the plug – exactly what we should do with the present administration. Remember to vote!
Of course this means the Earth is hollow and now contains an immense ocean. I’m sensing fantasy novel here.
Why not a plug? It’s got to go somewhere
It’s the Main Drain!
How did the good ship “Anoesis” suddenly sprout a crane?
Anoesis is an uncommon noun, used mostly in psychology for a state of consciousness in which there is only sensation but no thought.
So long as, every now and then, someone buys Cap’n Eddie a free drink, he’ll keep right on telling his “Shaggy Dog” Sea Stories.
What’s the difference between a Fairy Tale and a Sea Story?
A Fairy Tale starts out: “Once Upon a Time…”
A Sea Story starts out: “Now this heah is no sheeyit …”
Last week we had a few really low tides. Fishermen were stuck in the mud 30 minutes or more. Tide tables anyone?
Why is the cat always showing his back?