By Michael Dare
Tips on Junk Calls
1) Three Little Words That Work: "Hold On, Please..." Saying this, while putting down your phone and walking off (instead of hanging-up immediately) would make each telemarketing call so much more time-consuming that boiler room sales would grind to a halt.
Then when you eventually hear the phone company's "beep-beep-beep" tone, you know it's time to go back and hang up your handset, which has efficiently completed its task. These three little words could help eliminate telephone soliciting.
2) Do you ever get those annoying phone calls with no one on the other end? This is a telemarketing technique where a machine makes phone calls and records the time of day when a person answers the phone. This technique is used to determine the best time of day for a "real" sales person to call back and get someone at home.
What you can do after answering, if you notice there is no one there, is to immediately start hitting your # button on the phone, 6 or 7 times, as quickly as possible. This confuses the machine that dialed the call and it kicks your number out of their system. Since doing this, my phone calls have decreased dramatically.
3) Another Good Idea: When you get "ads" enclosed with your phone or utility bill, return these "ads" with your payment. Let the sending companies throw their own junk mail away.
When you get those "pre-approved" letters in the mail for everything from credit cards to 2nd mortgages and similar type junk, do not throw away the return envelope. Most of these come with postage-paid return envelopes, right?
It costs them more than the regular 37 cents postage "IF" and when they receive them back. It costs them nothing if you throw them away! The postage was around 50 cents before the last increase and it is according to the weight. In that case, why not get rid of some of your other junk mail and put it in these cool little, postage-paid return envelopes. Send an ad for your local chimney cleaner to American Express. Send a pizza coupon to Citibank. If you didn't get anything else that day, then just send them their blank application back! (If you want to remain anonymous, just make sure your name isn't on anything you send them.)
You can even send the envelope back empty if you want to just to keep them guessing! Eventually, the banks and credit card companies will begin getting their own junk back in the mail. Let's let them know what it's like to get lots of junk mail, and best of all they're paying for it...Twice! Let's help keep our postal service busy since they are saying that e-mail is cutting into their business profits, and that's why they need to increase postage costs again. You get the idea!
- Thanks Ken Rubin -
Gallery of the Week
Right hand forms scissors,
index finger of left hand
undulation of fingers just
BOLT CUTTERS AND STOLE
Jerky cutting motion of
chain around garage door.
Stretched, forced smile with
forefingers of each hand.
Scumbags of the Week
I'm up at 5AM to get the
kids to school, so 9PM is bedtime. Anything after that is recorded and
saved for the next day.
CSI starts at 9PM on CBS, ER starts at 10PM on NBC, and that's the way things should be on Thursday nights on American television. Two of TV's best shows, one right after another, permanently stored in the satellite box and the VCR for regular recording. I've seen every episode of both.
But now NBC has fucked it up. CSI has knocked ER out of the number one spot. NBC doesn't want people switching from CSI to ER, they want people tuned only to NBC from 9PM to 11PM, so what have they done? They've made it difficult, if not impossible for people like me to record both shows. How? They moved ER up a minute. That's right, ER doesn't start at 10PM any more, it starts at 9:59PM, and that one weasely minute makes all the difference.
If you check off ER on a satellite (and I presume cable) box, it's IMPOSSIBLE to also check off CSI. CSI is programmed from 9PM to 10PM, so if you try to click it, you can't. Instead, because of that little minute overlap, you get a message saying you've already clicked something for that time period. It's literally impossible to click both CSI and ER. You've got to choose between them, even though they're not opposite each other.
So a hearty "fuck you," NBC. Those are rotten tactics and no amount of salve will ease the pain of the burning pitchfork marks on your lard laden buttocks when you sink to the fiery depths of perpetual damnation where you will be made to suffer through your own programming for eternity on a small black and white TV with bad reception because hell doesn't get cable OR satellite.
Christmas Gift from
Inadvertent Philosophical Statement of the Week
At the start of the game, every player should have an equal chance of winning. In particular, the first player should have neither an advantage nor a disadvantage over the rest of the field.
A game should be rich in surprises. Repetition in sequence, progress, and events should be strictly avoided.
A similar rule applies to the end of a game. Every player must have at least a theoretical possibility of winning until the very end. This possibility might be infinitesimal, but it must be present.
No "kingmaker effect"
A game loses its appeal if, at any stage, a player who no longer has any hope of winning can somehow determine the winner. This problem arises primarily in strategy games.
No early elimination
All players should be involved in the game until it's almost over. No one should be eliminated until the very end.
Mr. Conspiracy Says...
It wasn't Oswald, Johnson, Castro, or the CIA. Read Mae Brussell's The Nazi Connection to the John F. Kennedy Assassination.
I Feel So Much Safer Now
Good News/Bad News
The bad news is that Michael Jackson was arrested. The good news is that in the wake of Jackson's publicity coup, Strange Cosmos, a site full of wonderful nonsense, published my picture of my son wearing a T-Shirt Michael Jackson doesn't want you to see. The ball got rolling and my site got a miraculous 9,971 hits in one day.
"Just because I massaged his penis with my mouth doesn't mean I molested him."
Shockwave of the Week
Movie Dubya Doesn't Want You To See
Movie Steve Job Doesn't Want You To See
Website Jenna Bush Doesn't
Want You To See
Don't Take My Word For It
"The primary role of the state police has
become spying and suppression of legitimate attempts to challenge the
undemocratic and secret rule of the national security state. The purpose
of the law now is to put the protection of profits above people at all
costs, even to the point of police destruction of the evidence necessary
to reconstruct the crime."
- John Judge: Good Americans -
"The UN refugee agency announced Tuesday that it was temporarily pulling 30 foreign staff members out of large areas of southern and eastern Afghanistan and closing refugee reception centers in four provinces. Analysts said the closures were a victory for resurgent Taliban forces and could affect thousands of refugees trying to return to Afghanistan from Pakistan.
"They had envisioned an
open-topped carriage ride down the mall to Buckingham Palace with Bush
seated beside the Queen, both heads of state waving and smiling before
throngs of admiring and grateful, patriotic spectators.
"There would be a spectacular state banquet at the palace and a review of
the Queen's cavalry regiment. In essence, all the pomp and circumstance of
a Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera, 'Bush in London'.
"But, it was not to be. American security demands for an impenetrable security bubble surrounding the president were little more than a thinly disguised plan to prevent the media circus traveling with Bush from witnessing the massive London protests that greeted the most hated man on the face of the planet."
- Michael Carmichael -
"Violence and terrorism are
no different. Like poverty, they will always be with us. At best they can
only be diminished and contained. Yet now, with the arrogance of power, we
have the Bush/Blair roadshow promising in sub-Churchillian tones to
vanquish terrorism as though it were a clearly defined enemy like Nazi
"Terrorism is a technique. It is not an ideology or a political philosophy, let alone an enemy state. Our leaders' failure to understand that point emerged immediately after September 11 2001 when they reacted to the attacks in New York and Washington by confusing the hunt for the perpetrators with the Afghan 'state' that allegedly 'harboured' them. The Taliban ran a vicious regime, but Afghanistan was a disastrously failed state and its nominal leader, Mullah Omar, had no control over al-Qaida.
"By the same token the 'war' on terror should have remained what it initially was, a metaphor like the 'war' on drugs. But instead of being harmless linguistic exaggeration to describe a broad campaign encompassing a range of political, economic and police counter-measures, it was narrowed down to real war and nothing else. The slippery slope that began with Afghanistan quickly led to the invasion of Iraq, a symbolic and political enormity whose psychological impact Bush and Blair have not yet grasped."
- Jonathan Steele: A War That Can Never be Won -
"There are two types
of creators in the world. One type of creator works with objects - a poet,
a painter, they work with objects, they create things. The other type of
creator, the mystic, creates himself. He doesn't work with objects, he
works with the subject; he works on himself, his own being. And he is the
real creator, the real poet, because he makes himself into a
"You are carrying a masterpiece hidden within you, but you are standing in the way. Just move aside, then the masterpiece will be revealed. Everyone is a masterpiece, because God never gives birth to anything less than that. Everyone carries that masterpiece hidden for many lives, no knowing who they are and just trying on the surface to become someone.
"Drop the idea of becoming someone, because you are already a masterpiece. You cannot be improved. You have only to come to it, to know it, to realize it. God himself has created you; you cannot be improved."
- Osho: Ah, This! Chapter 1 -
"You have to protect your writing time. The
easiest thing to do on earth is not write."
- William Goldman -
Go here and you can figure out exactly how much money (in pounds) you'd have saved if you'd never had a drink, how many bathtubs full of booze you've consumed, and how many Ferraris you could have bought.
Your left brain and your right brain struggle for control over your mouse in this color test.
Just once, before you die, you must visit the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, and The Ronald Reagan Home for the Criminally Insane.
There's so much good stuff here I don't even know where to start. Just go to The Open Society Institute and start clicking.
All you fans of Master and Commander better get a look at National Lampoon's The Rigging of a Ship by Henry Beard.
Artisan foods are handmade foods made by small
manufacturers, often families, who avoid the trappings of BIG food and
only sell by mail order. They make orgasmic Christmas gifts. Fuck Atkins.
Get yourself some artisan
cheese and some homemade
Contact pResident Bush - mailto:email@example.com
Contact Jeb Bush - firstname.lastname@example.org
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Contact Jacques Chirac - email@example.com
Contact the Pope - firstname.lastname@example.org
Embassy of France in the US: 202-944-6000
German Embassy in the US: 202-298-4000
Embassy of the Russian Federation: 202-298-5700
Embassy of the People's Republic of China: 202-328-2500
White House switchboard: (202) 456-1414
Contact your Senator
Contact your Representative
House and Senate switchboard: (202) 224-3121
Links to Central Government Agencies
'Best of TBH Politoons'
Thanks, again, Tim!
from that Mad Cat, JD
The Wall Street Poet
What's going on in the House of Representatives these days? This verse tells the story...
In The Chaos Household
Running large & late.
Tonight, Tuesday, CBS opens the night with a FRESH 'Navy NCIS', followed by a FRESH 'Guardian', then a FRESH 'Judging Amy'.
Scheduled on a FRESH Dave are Tom Ridge and Puddle of Mudd. (RERUNs all next week)
Scheduled on a FRESH Craiggers are Kelly Preston, Vanessa Marcil, and Richard Jeni.
NBC begins the evening with 'Queer Eye', followed by a FRESH 'special' - 'Shania Twain: Up Close & Personal', then a FRESH 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit'.
Scheduled on a FRESH Jay are Julie Scardina and Bette Midler.
On a RERUN Conan are Ron Howard, John Tesh, and the Strokes. (FRESH next week)
Scheduled on a FRESH Carson Daly are Billy Bob Thornton, Eliza Dushku, and Patrick Monahan.
ABC starts the night with a FRESH '8 Simple Rules', followed by a FRESH 'I'm With Her', then a FRESH 'Jim', followed by a FRESH 'Less Than Perfect', then a FRESH'NYPD Blue'.
RERUN Jimmy Kimmel are Estella Warren and Nelly, with guest co-host Tom Delonge. (FRESH next week)
The WB offers the movie 'Never Been Kissed'.
Faux has a FRESH 'special' - 'American Idol Christmas', followed by a FRESH '24' (Day 3: 5pm - 6pm).
UPN has a FRESH 'One On One', followed by a FRESH 'All Of Us', then a FRESH 'Rock Me Baby', followed by a RERUN 'Half & Half'.
A&E has 'American Justice', 'Biography' (Lyman & Joseph Bloomingdale), and 'Cold Case Files'.
AMC offers the movie 'Hombre', followed by the movie 'Alien Resurrection', then the movie 'The Crucible'.
BBC - [6pm] 'BBC World News'; [6:30pm] 'Cash in the Attic' - Inglis; [7pm] 'Ground Force' - Stamford; [7:30pm] 'Changing Rooms' - Blackpool; [8pm] 'Ground Force' - Stratford; [8:30pm] 'Ground Force' - Nottingham; [9pm] 'Changing Rooms' - Weston Super Mare; [9:30pm] 'Changing Rooms' - Camberwell; [10pm] 'Changing Rooms' - Urmston; [10:30pm] 'Changing Rooms' - Chertsey; [11pm] 'So Graham Norton' - Natasha McElhone; [11:30pm] 'So Graham Norton' - Johnny Knoxville; [12am] 'Changing Rooms' - Weston Super Mare; [12:30am] 'Changing Rooms' - Camberwell; [1am] 'Changing Rooms' - Urmston; [1:30am] 'Changing Rooms' - Chertsey; [2am] 'Ground Force' - Stratford; [2:30am] 'Ground Force' - Nottingham; [3am] 'So Graham Norton' - Natasha McElhone; [3:30am] 'So Graham Norton' - Johnny Knoxville; [4am] 'Changing Rooms' - Weston Super Mare; [4:30am] 'Changing Rooms' - Camberwell; [5am] 'Changing Rooms' - Urmston; [5:30am] 'Changing Rooms' - Chertsey; and [6am] 'BBC World News'. (ALL TIMES EST)
Bravo has 'West Wing', 'Cirque du Soleil: Varekai', 'Queer Eye', and 'West Wing'.
RERUN Jon Stewart is TBA. (FRESH next week)
History has 'Home For The Holidays', 'Deep Sea Detectives', 'Tactical To Practical', and 'Modern Marvels'.
SciFi has 'X-Files', another 'X-Files', the movie 'Sasquatch', followed by the movie 'The Wraith'.
TCM celebrates murder, Margaret Rutherford (mostly as Miss Marple), the fabulous Edna May Oliver, and Shirley MacLaine, all in one day!
[6am] 'The Yellow Canary' (1943); [7:30am] 'Murder She Said' (1961); [9am] 'Murder At The Gallop' (1963); [10:30am] 'Murder Ahoy' (1964); [12:30pm] 'Murder Most Foul' (1965); [2:30pm] 'Murder on the Blackboard' (1934); [4pm] 'Murder on a Honeymoon' (1935); [5:30pm] 'How To Murder Your Wife' (1965); [7:30pm] 'MGM Parade Show #20' (1955); [8pm] 'Two Mules For Sister Sara' (1970); [10pm] 'Gambit' (1966); [12am] 'The Children's Hour' (1961); [2am] Private Screenings: Shirley MacLaine (2003); [3am] 'Only Angels Have Wings' (1939); and [5:30 am] 'Festival of Shorts #22' (1999). (ALL TIMES EST)
Actress Emma Bolger (R) tries U2 singer Bono's sunglasses at the premiere of 'In America,' in New York, November 24, 2003. Emma stars in the film, and Bono collaborated on the original music score.
Photo by Albert Ferreira
The Information One-Stop
Moose & Squirrel
'Bush In 30 Seconds'
Moby has teamed up with Jonathan Soros -- son of billionaire George Soros -- in launching an Internet competition for a TV commercial attacking resident George W. Bush.
The contest, called "Bush in 30 seconds" is open to the general public and will be judged by a celebrity panel including actors Jack Black and Janeane Garafalo, REM frontman Michael Stipe and documentary film maker Michael Moore.
"Anyone can make and submit a 30 second TV ad that is somehow based around 'the truth about George Bush'," Moby wrote on his website www.Moby.com.
The competition is being organised with the help of moveon.org -- the online advocacy group that helped coordinate nationwide protests against the war in Iraq.
'Bush In 30 Seconds'
The Best Musical In London
'Jerry Springer - The Opera'
Jerry Springer - the Opera, a raucous British musical satire of the trashy American TV show, was named best musical Monday at the 49th Evening Standard Theatre Awards.
Democracy, septuagenarian English dramatist Michael Frayn's look at the former German chancellor Willy Brandt, was named best play. Both productions began at the state-funded National Theatre and are still running. Jerry Springer transferred earlier this month to the Cambridge Theatre on the West End, and Democracy, extended at the National through March, will move to the West End's Wyndham's Theatre in April.
'Jerry Springer - The Opera'
George's Dad To Run for Congress
Nick Clooney, father of actor George Clooney and brother of the late singer Rosemary Clooney, said on Monday he will run for the U.S. Congress from a district in northern Kentucky.
Clooney, 67, will campaign as a Democrat to succeed three-term Democrat Rep. Ken Lucas, who backed Clooney's candidacy in his retirement announcement. Lucas called Clooney "a fresh face on the political scene who is intelligent, articulate, highly respected, and above all, passionate."
Lucas, 70, is Kentucky's lone Democrat in Congress but frequently crossed party lines to vote with his five Republican colleagues.
Puppeteers work two of the characters from Sesame Street. The colourful characters from the children's show are poised to make their debut in the Khmer language following the approval of a Cambodian pilot programme.
Photo by Matthew Peyton
Comic Strip Debuts
Opus is back waddling across the comics pages — not because funnies fans need him but because his creator, Berkeley Breathed, thinks the penguin needs "finishing."
"Unfinished characters make me as unsettled as a messy hallway will keep my wife from sleeping soundly," Breathed wrote in an e-mail interview with cartoonist Phil Frank published Sunday in The San Francisco Chronicle.
The new weekly strip, named for its character, debuted Sunday in large format. A Pulitzer Prize winner for editorial cartooning, Breathed insisted on the larger style.
In a show of faith, Fox Broadcasting Co. has given a full-season order to "Arrested Development," an oddball family comedy that has drawn critical raves but tepid Nielsen numbers since its debut earlier this month.
"Arrested Development," starring Jason Bateman and Jeffrey Tambor, revolves around a wealthy, dysfunctional family that is forced to pull together when the patriarch -- played by Tambor -- is arrested for shifty accounting practices at the family's real estate firm.
The show has had an uphill climb in its 9:30 p.m. Sunday slot, but Fox entertainment president Gail Berman said the network remains high on the show and is willing to give it time to find its audience.
Comedian Lewis Black, best known for his appearances as an irate commentator on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart," is attached to star as a high school principal in an ABC sitcom.
The untitled project is envisioned as a workplace comedy "that happens to be in a high school," said writer/producer Victor Fresco.
In The Kitchen With BartCop & Friends
Says Second 'Joe' Was Greedy
A top Fox executive acknowledged Monday that "we got greedy" in ordering a second edition of "Joe Millionaire."
In nine months, the show has gone from one of TV's most surprising successes to the new season's most spectacular flameout. The final episode of its second season was to air Monday.
"Our instincts told us from the very beginning that `Joe Millionaire' was a one-time stunt and I think we got greedy," Sandy Grushow, Fox television entertainment chairman, said on Monday.
"We tried to sneak it by the American public a second time and we got called on it," Grushow said.
A diamond ring-like flare emerges from a total eclipse of the sun observed at Japan's Dome base in Antarctica November 24, 2003.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Makers Bash CBS Editing
The director of "The Reagans" complained Monday that CBS butchered his made-for-TV movie, ultimately making it too incoherent for the network to air.
"We were, in a sense, banished" from the editing process before CBS ditched it, director Robert Ackerman said.
Producers and the stars of the movie commented extensively about it for the first time in a conference call Monday.
The film Showtime is airing Sunday is exactly as the filmmakers intended — with the major exception of excising the one line that caused the most hubbub.
For a lot more, 'The Reagans'
New Co-Host of 'The View'
Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who made it to the finale on "Survivor: The Australian Outback" was chosen after a three-month search for a replacement for Lisa Ling, the youngest member of the ABC talk show's panel who left last year.
Walters said she and the other hosts — Meredith Vieira, Star Jones and Joy Behar — took a vote. Then they held up scraps of paper with the name "Elisabeth" written on them in a send-up of the tribal council vote on "Survivor."
The 26-year-old also watched a recorded message from her husband, Washington Redskins quarterback Tim Hasselbeck, congratulating her on the job.
Ordered to Rehab
Actress Yancy Butler, who starred in the canceled TNT series "Witchblade," was ordered Monday to enter a substance-abuse treatment program after her weekend arrest for disorderly intoxication.
Butler was taken to jail Saturday after cars had to swerve to avoid hitting her as she wandered in and out of traffic, police said.
Butler told police Saturday that she was an alcoholic who was on medication, according to a Delray Beach Police report. At first, she said she'd been kicked out of a halfway house, but later said she was still in one, the report said.
She previously was arrested Jan. 2 after a fight at her uncle's Hauppauge, N.Y., home. The fight allegedly involved Butler's father, Joe, the former drummer for the '60s folk-rock band The Lovin' Spoonful. She was charged with criminal contempt for violating an order of protection, and two counts of harassment.
Formerly 'The Vidiot'
Offended By Commercial
Thomas Aquinas College
Hugh Hefner might like variety, but the folks at a small Catholic liberal arts college don't want to hear about it.
Leaders of Thomas Aquinas College were so upset by a Carl's Jr. commercial featuring the quintessential playboy that they met with the chief executive of CKE Restaurants Inc., which operates Carl's Jr., and asked him to resign from the college's board of governors.
"It's common knowledge that Hugh Hefner and Playboy stand for hedonism and unbridled pleasure-seeking, and that is impossible to reconcile with what we stand for," said Ann Forsyth, spokeswoman for the college outside this still largely rural town.
Andrew Puzder agreed to step down.
Thomas Aquinas College
A young Malaysian girl, Alya Khairi, 6, plays with a sparkler on the eve of the Eid al-Fitr celebration in Kota Bharu, 500 km (300 miles) north of Kuala Lumpur, late November 24, 2003. Malaysians on Tuesday celebrate Eid al-Fitr, the biggest festival in the Islamic calendar, marking the end of Ramadan, the holy month of fasting and restraint from other worldly pleasures.
Photo by Bazuki Muhammad
Ties The Knot
Wynonna and her longtime bodyguard D. R. Roach were married on Saturday (November 22) in a private ceremony in Leiper's Fork, Tennessee. The wedding was attended by 60 of the couple's closest friends and family, including Wynonna's mother, Naomi Judd, and sister Ashley Judd.
The church was draped in lavender and ivory for the ceremony, and the bride wore an ivory custom-stitched and beaded dress, according to Wynonna's website. The nuptials will be featured in an upcoming issue of In Style magazine.
Dislikes Succession Act
King Carl Gustaf XVI
Twenty-three years have passed since Sweden adopted a new Succession Act, but King Carl Gustaf XVI is still upset that his eldest child, Princess Victoria, and not his only son will become Sweden's next monarch.
The Swedish Constitution was changed in 1980, giving the eldest child of the royal couple the right to the throne, regardless of gender.
The new law stripped seven-month-old Carl Philip of the title of Crown Prince and made his elder sister Victoria, now 26, heir to the throne.
Victoria is hugely popular in Sweden and is widely viewed as a capable and worthy successor to her father, but the king nonetheless said at the weekend that he was displeased by the change in the law.
King Carl Gustaf XVI
Claims Not To Have Eaten For 68 Years
An Indian man who claims divine inspiration says he has survived 68 years without eating, drinking or relieving himself, baffling doctors who are unable to prove him an imposter.
Prahlad Jani, a 76-year-old whose extraordinary tale has won him a small band of devotees, took a dare and underwent round-the-clock surveillance at a hospital in Ahmedabad, the commercial capital of the western state of Gujarat.
Clad in his trademark red sari, bangles and earrings meant to fashion Hindu goddesses, Jani managed to puzzle the Sterling Hospital's 400 doctors.
Neurologist Sudhir Shah said Jani was under watch for 10 days, with a closed-circuit camera running, and that doctors were convinced he did not break any of his vows, although there was no way of verifying whether Jani has pulled it off for 68 years.
A vindicated Jani left the hospital Saturday and said he was retreating to a cave at Mount Abu in the neighboring desert state of Rajasthan.
For more, Prahlad Jani
Snowflake, believed to be the only albino gorilla in captivity, died from skin cancer after living for 36 years in Barcelona zoo.
Snowflake, one of the zoo's star attractions, contracted cancer in his right armpit about two years ago and his condition worsened rapidly in recent weeks.
Barcelona mayor Joan Clos said zoo officials decided to put down the animal in order to spare him an "agonizing death".
Catalan primatologist Jordi Sabater Pi, who arranged to move the animal to the zoo after he was found in a forest in Equatorial Guinea on October 1, 1966, described him in a book published last week as a symbol of the fight to protect the world's diminishing gorilla population.
"If we do nothing there will be no more gorillas in 30 years," Sabater Pi wrote in the book, entitled Copito para Siempre ("Snowflake for Ever").
During his years in captivity, Snowflake had three mates and fathered 21 baby gorillas, none of which are albinos. His only male offspring, Urko, died in August.
Clos said a street or a square would be named after Snowflake in Barcelona.
Jellyfish drifting in the water attract visitors at Hakeijima Sea Paradise in Yokohama, south of Tokyo November 23, 2003.
Photo by Kimimasa Mayama
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