Kids Rattle Stats Off to Save Sharks

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Check out "Don't Hate," an ad where a bunch of wise-arse kids barrage ign'ant adults with shark-friendly statistics like "Did you know you're more likely to be killed by a coconut falling out a tree?"

Don't get me wrong, it's a good message. Something about these kids -- the way they talk, their righteous I adhere to the Food Pyramid! tenors -- makes me want to tie my tubes, though. But hey, I also learned that sharks "just aren't interested" in eating me.

*steps into suit made of freshwater fish carcasses*

That's what they think!

Distributed by Raging Artists for Wild Aid. See variants. Oh yeah, and KISS stands for "Kids Involved in Saving Sharks," which was founded by an 11-year-old boy. Somebody I know was all, "Ugh. KAP -- Kids As Pawns. Can we puh-LEEZE stop that insanity." SRSLY, yo.

by Angela Natividad    Aug-25-08   Click to Comment   
Topic: Online   

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There certainly is something about being chastised by a child that has a rather irksome quality that makes me want to argue back a little. For instance, I know that the chances of anyone anywhere getting killed by a shark may me miniscule, but what are the chances for someone who's been in the ocean this year? Probably higher than the chances of getting killed by a coconut...

Posted by: Sonya on August 25, 2008 5:05 PM







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