CAPTIONING THIS DAY OF THE DOLPHIN AD

I've had days like that. One time I unwittingly trained a dolphin to kill the president of the Teamsters Union. I had a hell of a time hiding Hoffa's body. "Thanks for all the fish" my ass!

I’ve had days like that. One time I unwittingly trained a dolphin to kill the president of the Teamsters Union. I had a hell of a time hiding Hoffa’s body. “Thanks for all the fish” my ass!

IF YOU PREFER YOU CAN SUBSTITUTE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING CAPTIONS INSTEAD:

A) Personally, I’ve always subscribed to the “Second Dolphin” theory myself.

B) “Flipper, you magnificent bastard … I READ YER BOOOOOOOOK!” 

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12 responses to “CAPTIONING THIS DAY OF THE DOLPHIN AD

  1. True story – they had two grey seals doing the same work. They retired to the National Zoo in D.C. Every Veteran’s Day, they got their medals dusted off and celebrated at the Zoo.

  2. So, now we know who was on the grassy knoll – finally!

  3. I’m still scratching my head, Balladeer!

    • It’s just my oddball sense of humor again. If you haven’t seen the 1973 movie Day of the Dolphin, it involved top secret training of dolphins to deliver a bomb to kill the president on his yacht. The “unwittingly” always makes me laugh, since “out of ignorance” might be better, since the George C. Scott character at first didn’t realize that his trained dolphins would be used for that kind of activity. The “second dolphin” part is a second gunman joke and option C. is a reference to George C. Scott in Patton when he shouts “Rommel, you magnificent bastard … I READ YER BOOOK!” referring to Rommel’s book The Tank in Warfare. And “Thanks for all the fish” is a reference to Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.”

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