Save the Fort Point Jellyfish!

An environmental catastrophe is occurring today in downtown Boston - migrating jellyfish are trapped within Fort Point channel with no apparent means of escape. We need to come to the aid of these jellyfish, who have no way of saving themselves.

Monday, October 17, 2005

Protect the Children!

The Fort Point Jellies need to be saved not only for their safety, but for the safety of others! The Fort Point Jellyfish have migrated to an area very close to Boston Children's Museum, and present a toxic hazard to any children who swim in Fort Point Channel. The jellyfish need to be moved in order to prevent small children from being stung.

Jellyfish stings can be very painful and in some cases can cause an allergic reaction. We are not doctors here at Save the Fort Point Jellies, so we would refer you to the other websites that explain how to combat the effects of a jellyfish sting.

3 Comments:

At 6:35 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

No one swims in the Fort Point Channel.

 
At 6:54 AM, Anonymous Frank "Swimma" Feldman said...

I swim in the FPC!!!

Research indicates that introducing a childs body to toxic waters strengthens the immune system, that why me and the kids can be seen playing in the FPC on early Sunday mornings...

 
At 9:06 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Apparently toxic waters don't do much for body fat! May I suggest a healthy jog on Sunday mornings instead?

 

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