Written by Asheville Jack
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Topics: Whale

Friday, 14 August 2009

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The worlds last living whale

Tokyo, Japan - Once upon a time in a blue ocean not far from you swam gigantic peaceful creatures called whales.

There were so many of these peaceful creatures that no one could count them all. Everyone in the whole world knew that these peaceful whales never harmed a single man.

Yet men liked to kill whales to eat them. Men liked the taste of their flesh, and when they were done eating them they liked to make trophies out of their bones.

And there were so many more men in boats than whales that there was no place for the whales to hide, not even at the ends of the Earth.

That's why Onokedo Corporation has announced they are proud to offer for sale the last living whale on Earth. Captured hiding off an Antarctic glacier, this one hundred ton, sixty foot female beauty can be yours if the price is right. This final whale will be sold to the highest bidder and all sales are final. You can not afford to miss this opportunity to own the last breathing whale on Earth.

Don't have the facilities to butcher a whole whale? No problem. Don't want to bother cleaning up all the tons of lifeless blood and guts? Who would! Onokedo Corp says let them professionally slaughter and butcher this rare last whale for you, for a small additional fee of course.

You say you'll never be able to eat all of this great whale in one life time? That's OK too. Let Onokedo Corp resell as much or as little of the meat as you want. Think of the money you'll make as you sell expensive whale steaks. Buy low, sell high and get rich.

This is the last living whale on Earth. Don't miss this great opportunity.

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