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Hootie: The Blowfish

September 17, 2009

package-webUnpacking the blowfish

hootie-webChris attempting to pose as a blowfish

Chris “Pecs” Pecora stands holding up the blowfish I purchased for him in early September.  I like to call it the porcupine of the ocean, in fact is super sharp.  This one was a little bit silly because it had googly-eyes. Right-away after the blowfish was unpackaged, Chris decided to bust out a pose & name his blowfish “Hootie.” A tribute to the 90s band he tells me.  I purchased this fantastic souvy from Sarnia from a place called “Sticks & Stones Museum”.  Its  a huge museum full of  kinds of objects.

Here is a quick write-up explaining from their website which goes over just what to expect from their museum.

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What will I see?

The museum has an international collection of some 6,000 objects artistically displayed in a gallery setting. Fluorescent minerals, fossils, minerals, gemstones, artifacts, shells, butterflies, insects, antlers, horns, dinosaurs and huge shark jaws are all on permanent display. We suggest you allow a couple of hours to fully view our 10,000 square foot museum. Tourist information and a small gift shop are also provided on site.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Nicole permalink
    September 19, 2009 1:00 PM

    wa ha ha ha hawooow what a …nnn excellent blowfish face

  2. September 20, 2009 9:20 PM

    wow that’s a really nice face.
    that is the most unsafe desk-ornament in the league by the way!

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