Gov. Spitzer’s apparent violation of the Mann Act (read it for yourself) reminds me of this terrible old story that I used to tell. I haven’t told it in years, but….
One day an adventurer named Joe found a cove in Africa where some beautiful, sleek, shiny porpoises lived. Most impressively, the porpoises talked. It took some doing, but the porpoises convinced Joe, quite truthfully, that they could live forever as long as they could continue to feast on a diet of a particular kind of baby sea birds and as long as the porpoises remained in that one, rather large cove. The problem was that environmental changes meant that fewer and fewer of the birds were nesting in that particular cove anymore. One thing led to another, and Joe finally volunteered to go catch some of the baby birds and bring them back to the cove.
For transporting young gulls across staid lions for immortal porpoises.
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