Likely one of the most incredible orca encounters we’ve ever had. Just remarkable. The day started out with anticipation. I got an early call from a fellow whale watching boat captain that he had a report of a large group of orcas making their way to toward Moss Landing at a high rate of speed from Point Pinos. So we had the whole fleet keeping an eye out. But none of us ever found them. After an excellent day of humpback whales, we ended the trip and made our way to the dock when we heard on the radio that a local researcher came across a large pod of orcas on a gray whale kill not far from Moss Landing. We decided we were going to head back out and get in on the action. It was just me (captain Mike), Marine biologist and my partner Dorris Welch and Marine Biologist / Photographer Giancarlo Thomae. When we got on the scene, we were shocked. There were orcas everywhere we looked. There were confirmed to be over 30 orcas! Just remarkable. We stayed out until just before dark taking in this epic experience. Stay tuned for more more photos and video. Photos: Michael Sack, Sanctuary Cruises Whale Watching, 04-14-2014.
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I came home from the grocery and offered to make breakfast tomorrow for my sister. She said no. I offered her some tea. She said no. I told her it might help her sleep and that it helps me along with my meds. And then the little asshole says to me, “there isn’t anything wrong with you. You just think you have problems. It’s all in your head”.
And I swear I could punch her in the face. I’m so tired of her being so ungrateful and selfish and a total and complete piece of shit.
I wish I was cool with eating out alone.
I just want to go to Green. They close at nine. No one wants to be with meeee.
maybe i’m a goddamn bleeding heart hippie liberal but i’m totally down with paying an extra .50 cents for a thing of fries if the person who makes me those fries doesn’t have to work 3 jobs just to survive.
most studies show that prices would only have to go up by 1 to 3 cents in order to raise employee wages significantly
or, you know, the ceo’s could take pay cuts but that would be so hard for the poor multimillionaires
|—||Deepak Chopra (via lazyyogi)|