Friday Cephalopod: This Pokemon Go stuff is getting out of hand

I mean, really. This team of 'scientists' hijacked a valuable research submersible, strapped their gadget to it, and sent it cruising to a depth of 900 meters in the Pacific Ocean just to catch this goofy-looking purple thing.

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Listen to these people…buncha giggly teenagers.

I'm a bit annoyed that they went to all this trouble to find it, and then they apparently were all out of pokeballs.

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most likely the poor creature is blinded and stunned by the lights.
who knows if it will ever recover or if the damage is permanent and fatal.

By f f skitty (not verified) on 19 Aug 2016 #permalink