Sad Day

I note that Minazo, Japan’s largest seal died this week. Minazo became an Internet icon:


He will be missed.

(HT to Ugly Overload)


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The article is dated Oct. 7 2005.

It died before the meme even began.

By Dr Mabuse (not verified) on 09 Oct 2007 #permalink


Damn those people at Ugly Overload. Damn their foul hearts.

By John Lynch (not verified) on 09 Oct 2007 #permalink

That's a seal!? I had no idea seals got that big. Time to do some reading on seals, I guess..