Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by C. Mike Hunt, Apr 1, 2017.
that is crazy
I'll see your in-depth message cartoon with some more of the same
On a lighter side.....
I don't feel like this year's "There's always next year" has the same meaning as the last few decades of next years...
I'm not a baseball fan, but thought this was pretty impressive.
more impressive in video
Definitely - I was torn between formats to choose.
Queue up Steel Panther...
why do whales do that? are they just swinging around their dicks?
im the biggest mammal. suck ma dick!
Playing? Maybe sending a message to other whales?
When a whale breaches, its body leaves the water. Some likely theories are that breaching occurs in competitive displays between males. Others suggest it may be a warning for perceived threats, such as predators, or even unwanted attention from vessels.
Another theory is that breaching may be a form of communicating over great distances; the acoustic signal of a whale breaching can be intense and, as sound travels faster in water than air, it can be a quick way to transmit information such as location and size.
It has been suggested that it may be a technique to stun or scare prey, ultimately helping them feed.
All in all, whales most likely do not breach for any single reason – rather they likely breach for a variety of reasons, which help them communicate, deter threats, successfully forage and mate, and in general help them survive in their very dynamic world under water.
just waving their big whale cocks around
I like how you highlighted the part that agrees with your idea, but not the part that agreed with Boots