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November 15, 2003 10:53 PM   Subscribe

His name is Jean-Michel Cousteau! [dramatic chords] His father's name was Jack something, and like his father, Jean-Michel believes by working on things like Finding Nemo he, "can reach a far larger audience through entertainment in popular media than through innumerable press conferences, summits and reports. That is not to say that prestigious conferences and notable studies are irrelevant. They are critically necessary to validate the condition of the world’s oceans and bring opinion leaders together to share ideas and shape the collective political will." With this new sea-lebrity (haha! get it?), he hopes to help young people change the world. ...Well I just thought that was like totally rad and wanted to share with the virtual blue.
posted by ZachsMind (7 comments total)

 
"His name is Jean-Michel Cousteau! [dramatic chords]"
I take it that you've watched the special edition of Finding Nemo.
posted by insomnia_lj at 10:56 PM on November 15, 2003


Say did they ever Free Willy?
posted by Stan Chin at 11:01 PM on November 15, 2003


Shhh! You weren't supposed to tell, Insomnia. *looks around nervously* geez!
posted by ZachsMind at 11:02 PM on November 15, 2003


There ain't no such thing as Free Willy. There's always a price to pay.
posted by kindall at 11:11 PM on November 15, 2003


Wasn't Willy a whale? Hey! I speak whale!

*whale sounds*

Ooh okay this one's a toughie. I think he said either he wants the fog to free waterfalls or he asked us do dogs pee on brick walls?
posted by ZachsMind at 11:24 PM on November 15, 2003


"Seengs like zees nevar happen to Papa..."
posted by Perigee at 6:32 AM on November 16, 2003


And what does this have to do with the Prince of Wales?
Get it? Prince of WALES... WHALES... Oh, I kill me.

Good link, Zach, it brings back memories... oh, no. Not another SIXTIES FLASHBACK!!!
Aye Calypso the places you've been to
the things that you've shown us
the stories you tell
Aye Calypso I sing to your spirit
the men who have served you so long and so well
Hi dee ay-ee ooo doo-dle oh
oo do do do do do doo-dle ay yee
doo-dle ay ee

Waitaminute, that's a Seventies Flashback. What a relief.
posted by wendell at 7:35 AM on November 16, 2003


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