posted on Mar, 24 2008 @ 02:51 PM
jbondo, i'm sorry. i misread your post. i thought you were just throwing in a sarcastic remark.
Bob could be crazy. It is easy to dismiss one fish. But what happens when multiple fishes experience the same episodes. These fishes have no
connection with one another and live on seperate sides of the pond. Plus, some fishes have never heard of Bob's story, so they could not use that as
Take Sam the fish's experience. Sam is swimming along when he gets abducted and thrown into this pseudo-pond surrounded by invisible walls -- a
fishbowl. Sam is confused by what everything he sees. His living space is confined and blocked by invisible "force fields" (glass). Food only
comes at certain times from the only opening which Sam can not jump out of. Worse of all, ugly beings are watching him constantly -- we'll call them
who-mans. Within a few days, Sam is deaf because who-mans keep pounding on the force fields causing thunderous noises.
After months of isolation, Sam is going delirious and losing hope. One day, a bigger who-man comes up and snatches Sam out of the fishbowl. Sam is
then thrown back into the pond. All the fishes exclaim in confusion and excitement. Sam is confused, deaf and traumatized by the experience. Within
a few days, Sam kills himself because Mrs. Sam got Guppy-fever and remarried.