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(Contrary to the expectations of many of my friends, no, this is not a post about my_tallest's cat, Stasha.)

No, the subject line is in relation to this:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/23519675/

"Rare White Killer Whale Spotted in Alaska" -- and they got pictures! Cool! (No, not an albino; apparently it has all the regular white orca markings, but all the bits that are usually black on an orca are instead a white/beige/ivory color.)


So here's my question. How, in the age of the internet, is it possible that nobody has ever (illegally, I am sure) typed in and made available on some website somewhere the liner notes of "Hooked on Classics", such that one could consult the medley playlist of the famous ear-wormy 1981 hit "Hooked on Classics I & II"? Tsk.


Finally, raven_lore shared this earlier, and it bears re-sharing. This is the next animation from the guy who did that wonderful animated short of the cat waking up its owner:

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jenlev
Mar. 7th, 2008 11:18 pm (UTC)
Saw the white whale and immediately thought of you.

PS. I'm sure the hooked on classics thing has to be somewhere. It's the internet....they've cleverly hidden it in some odd way. :::nods:::
erskine
Mar. 8th, 2008 02:20 am (UTC)
My first reaction to the White Whale story was...
"KH-A-A-A-N!!!"
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