Saturday, March 19, 2016

Seaworld to construct Orca Paradise

The executive board of Seaworld, under pressure from animal rights groups such as PETA, has approved the construction of a 200 acre Seatopia.  This self-contained Orca Paradise will have waters that range from '50 - '100 deep.  No longer will the Orcas of Seaworld be forced to eat dead fish as an assortment of live aquatic life such as baby seals and penguins will be stocked for the killer whale's gourmet delights. 
This massive Seatopia will be open to the public in under two years.  However, in keeping with the nationwide movement on college campuses for safe spaces, signs will be posted warning Millennials that some of the Orca's feeding habits may be disturbing---blindfolds will be issued at the gates for those too fragile to accept the realities of the real world.