“Death be not proud” is the official motto of Obituary.us.org. We know at Obituary.us.org that death comes in many versions, all of them tragic. What makes it worse is when it happens in ways that plain old common sense would tell you is avoidable. This is why we were grieving after hearing about a tragic death on the New York subway system this week.
It turns out that passengers found a 1.2 foot-long dead shark on a subway train. Nobody knows how it got on the train – and it didn’t have a MetroCard. What was the shark thinking? It should have known that riding the subway is very, very dangerous for those travelers with gills.
Of course, it may have just been tempted by reports of how much the subway has been cleaned up over the years. It could have made an online date and not realized the danger of riding instead of swimming to find true love. Or it may not have researched its trip enough to realize there was no water on the train. (Who among us hasn’t been given bad advice from Google Maps?)
No matter why it chose to get on board, we hope this will be a lesson to other sharks out there. The subway is for mammals, not amphibians. While we at Obituary.us.org hope that one day the subway system will allow equal access to all creatures great and small, that has not happened yet.
So to all the sharks out there, Obituary.us.org hopes you’ll stay safe in the water and avoid the subway system. It’s in your best interest.
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