Autopsy on the Whale; tsk, tsk..

#1
Well, after all the hooplah over the whale what got lost in the Thames and the resulting tears and E-bay exploitation that followed the autopsy revealed what killed the poor beasty.

Seems she died of dehyration..

yup.. not enough water..

kind of sums it all up over the state of the - ahem - River Thames...

everything in it [ including a few kitchen sinks, I 'd wager ] but no actual water...

frickin' whale died of thirst...
 
#4
how much a kilo is it going for on e-bay?
anyone know of a link to an english language Japanese recipe site?
 
#5
You can lead a whale to water but can't make it drink :D
 

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#6
Gents please dont take the p1ss out of Thames water, it needs all the flavour it can get!
 
#7
I wonder how you would do an autopsy on a whale,maybe with a chainsaw or a great 2 handed axe I can imagine it would be quite messy
 
#8
RHODESIAN said:
I wonder how you would do an autopsy on a whale,maybe with a chainsaw or a great 2 handed axe I can imagine it would be quite messy
Interresting question...we could always test any autopsy procedures on Anya, after all she has the same dimensions and (rumour has it) anatomy of a whale. :D
 
#10
ctauch said:
RHODESIAN said:
I wonder how you would do an autopsy on a whale,maybe with a chainsaw or a great 2 handed axe I can imagine it would be quite messy
Interresting question...we could always test any autopsy procedures on Anya, after all she has the same dimensions and (rumour has it) anatomy of a whale. :D








I wonder if we could sell her bones afterwards?
 
#14
DrStealth said:
how much a kilo is it going for on e-bay?
anyone know of a link to an english language Japanese recipe site?
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/2077818.stm
I've eaten whale and its very tasty.
I've also had 馬刺し (sliced raw horse) and I can safely say its the nicest meat I've ever eaten. Tasty/gamy like venison but not as heavy.
 
#15
RHODESIAN said:
I wonder how you would do an autopsy on a whale,maybe with a chainsaw or a great 2 handed axe I can imagine it would be quite messy
I'm reliably informed that it wouldn't be called an autopsy if performed on a whale or any animal... it would be a Necropsy! You can only do an autopsy on a human.
 
#17
Plant-Pilot said:
RHODESIAN said:
I wonder how you would do an autopsy on a whale,maybe with a chainsaw or a great 2 handed axe I can imagine it would be quite messy
I'm reliably informed that it wouldn't be called an autopsy if performed on a whale or any animal... it would be a Necropsy! You can only do an autopsy on a human.







Thanks Plant-Pilot still need some serious tools though! and a few mops and buckets afterwards I would think
 
#18
Please - we don't do 'autopsies' - those are for spams. We do post-mortems here. :D
 
#19
RHODESIAN said:
ctauch said:
RHODESIAN said:
I wonder how you would do an autopsy on a whale,maybe with a chainsaw or a great 2 handed axe I can imagine it would be quite messy
Interresting question...we could always test any autopsy procedures on Anya, after all she has the same dimensions and (rumour has it) anatomy of a whale. :D








I wonder if we could sell her bones afterwards?
Bones? Just boil her blubber and light thousands of home.
 
#20
Rocketeer said:
Well, after all the hooplah over the whale what got lost in the Thames and the resulting tears and E-bay exploitation that followed the autopsy revealed what killed the poor beasty.

Seems she died of dehyration..

yup.. not enough water..

kind of sums it all up over the state of the - ahem - River Thames...

everything in it [ including a few kitchen sinks, I 'd wager ] but no actual water...

frickin' whale died of thirst...
No one offered it any Gin, either.
 
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