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Thread: If Jellyfish Read Dostojewski, Michael Moore, Etc

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    I was looking at some JellyFish over the weekend,
    man they are the most laid back, clueless creatures on this Planet,
    its absurd.
    The only thing they seem to know are,
    1.Ooops i hit something (this takes sometime to realize though)
    2..I am at the top of water, must go down.

    Jeeez man wtf?

    So

    If JellyFish read Dostojewski, Sartre, Camus or any other literary Genius, would then not their lives be more meaningfull, objective?

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    If a jellyfish wanted to read, it would first have to learn braille, as it has no eyes.
    I'm sure the person who takes on the job of teaching said jellyfish to read braille will find it to be a very painful and thankless task.

    Teacher: "This is the letter A" (guides jellyfish's tentacle to braille representation of the letter A)
    Jellyfish: *STING!!*
    Teacher: "AAAARRRGGGHHHH!!!" (runs to first-aid tent)
    Jellyfish:

    See?

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    hehe. jellyfish.

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    [i]Originally posted by uNz@30 June 2004 - 06:10
    If a jellyfish wanted to read, it would first have to learn braille, as it has no eyes.
    I'm sure the person who takes on the job of teaching said jellyfish to read braille will find it to be a very painful and thankless task.

    Teacher: "This is the letter A" (guides jellyfish's tentacle to braille representation of the letter A)
    Jellyfish: *STING!!*
    Teacher: "AAAARRRGGGHHHH!!!" (runs to first-aid tent)
    Jellyfish:

    See?
    It's worth remembering..

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    True true,
    forgot the fact the books would get wet and soggy.
    Itnteresting enough is the fact the the letters would get imprinted into their jellyso they could read it over and over
    JellyBooks?

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