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Octopus Execute Dry Run for Human Invasion


The evening of Friday, October 27, Brett Stones, an operator for a dolphin tour group, saw between 20 and 30 curled octopuses crawling on the beach, about 30 feet inland. Above is a video of one of the octopuses. After inspecting the animals for injuries and finding none, Stones and his team scooped up the octopuses with plastic containers and returned them to the ocean. “

So we got Octopus showing up on beaches 30 at a time in Wales. You don’t need Nostradomus to tell you that its not good. The real problem isn’t the event, which is bad enough itself, but rather our response to it. You hear the saying all the time, See Something – Say Something, and I will not let the buck past me. I think we need to discuss the real possibility of an invertebrate invasion and the reality that this was the first warning sign it may be coming sooner than later.

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I’m not sure how much the average citizen knows about Octopus but let me provide some quick research. They are smart as shit! Octopi left in fish tanks regularly escape and can use their suction cupped tentacles to open tank covers and use their gelatinous body to move through the TINIEST cracks. Not to mention, they are not afraid to travel on land to hunt.

An intelligent shape shifting being that can move through almost any space, land or sea, is not something you want to be on the wrong side of. I had some friends who tried to take down The Kraken in college and all three of them were puking all night and almost died. Not something to mess with.

So let’s see how our human cousins in Wales handled this obvious invasion drill…

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They scooped them up and put them back in the ocean! Could we make this any easier? Its unbelievable. I LOVE the ocean and Octopus as much as the biggest nerd, but this is as clear of a dry run (get it) as you could ever dream up. Collect intel, see how we react, and use it for the real invasion. No doubt the leaders were prepared to sacrifice these 30 individuals in the name of better understanding the plan, but now they just inherited veteran OctoSoldiers. Guys who have been on that beach, felt the cool sand on their tentacles, looked the humans in the eyes.

P.S. – There’s also the chance that the Octopus population is overcrowded due to overfishing causing their natural predators to fall in numbers or the fact that Octopus die after mating due to Octopus Dementia… Or they are planning to invade.

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