If the Red Sox can do it …

Seagulls for Sale5PM edit: I came back an hour later and there was $4.85 in the cup. Should Rubber Duck consult a lawyer before we move to a more popular beach? The overhead is dirt cheap. A few breadcrumbs, maybe a fish rack or two.

I stole the concept for this idea from XKCD comics and forgot to atribute them. They are math nerds who make you laugh with equations and other science stuff. I usually wet my pants when I read them. The seagull one was just weird.

About Paul Morrison & RD

Good Morning Gloucester reporter possessing the dangerous combination of a Press Pass and a Rubber Duck.
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10 Responses to If the Red Sox can do it …

  1. I am very worried about you.. thanks for the laugh

  2. Kim Smith says:

    Me too Donna-not really–very funny Paul!

  3. I came back an hour later and there was $4.85 in the cup. Should Rubber Duck consult a lawyer before we move to a more popular beach? The overhead is dirt cheap. A few breadcrumbs, maybe a fish rack or two.

  4. gregbover says:

    Yeah, low overhead, but how many gulls did the $4.85 buy? Was it five at 97 cents each, or was it ninety-seven at 5 cents each? Better check inventory, man.

  5. Let me see, one, two, … 98, 99, hey waitaminute! Homie is gone!!

  6. Linda Colman says:

    thanks for the Sunday morning laugh.

  7. Joey C says:

    Goddamn duck is pure evil.

  8. Rubber Duck heard Homie might be down at Madfish wharf trying to get a better price this morning. He thinks $4.85 is a bit insulting. And there is E. J.’s devilled eggs.

  9. I got some marine railway scuttlebutt from Greg Bover at Mug Up this morning. It turns out one of the grey gulls went for four dollars and Homie only brought in 85 cents.

  10. [edit] I added where I got the idea, XKCD.

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