I love eye stalks. People should have them. This is an imaginary friendly blue fish with black stripes. He is happy and carefree. His stress level is minimal. He spends most of his time blowing bubbles, preening his scales, listening to top 40 music and spraying his rounded red fins with fast actin’ Tinactin. They turn red when he gets anglers fin.
Sharks are great talkers. They have great big gravely voices and they endlessly carry on about the past. Their favorite topic is the Great War. They love to discuss how life was in the trenches and how the expression over the top came from trench warfare. Shark talking to a tiny fish he is about to eat. Fish are friends not food.
You have to love Dr. Evil. He is such a good spoof of a typical Bond Villain. This is a picture of a Shark With Frikin Lasers Attached to his Head. Edit: gave the shark a smile because you have to frikin smile when firing a laser and also added a laser radiation sticker to emphasize what it is.
Silly fish what do you have to be depressed about? You don’t even have a mortgage. You swim around all day eating bugs, pooping and listening to the sound of water flowing through the seaweed. Take your meds.
Moby Dick is probably the most famous American novel. It is about an egomaniacal whaling captain and his rabid pursuit of a giant white whale as told by a guy named Ishmael. It is considered to be one of the best books ever written about the sea. As with all great art it has had many generations of critics pouring on layers of meaning and symbolism. And it is held in far higher esteem and has enjoyed far more success in the 20th and 21st century than it ever did in Herman Melville’s time.It is amazing to me how critics and professors are actually the people who create great art by agreeing to work together to shape public opinion with generations of analysis and interpretation. They are carving out a job for themselves by worshiping some dead collection of ornate, convoluted and impenetrable words that some guy wrote a long time ago. To me the whale represents chaos, the certainty of death and other stuff. Prove me wrong. Give me a well crafted and easy to read and grok novel written by Hemingway any day.