Recently, we visited friends on Tybee Island, GA. We went dolphin watching because, why not?
Shrimp boats come back up the Savannah River in the evenings. They clean their catch and dump anything unsalable over the side. They’ve been doing this for generations. It’s not illegal. It is illegal, however, to feed dolphins. Dolphins, as a species, are notorious scofflaws, having evolved a smart-ass grin and high-pitched giggle just to make the point. And so they gather in large numbers near the mouth of the Savannah River in expectation and total disregard of the law.
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