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Friday, May 3, 2013

CNN: Big duck invades Hong Kong harbor

There is an artist in each one of us and that is proven again by the creator of this 54 feet high rubber duck who planted it in Hong Kong's harbor. The bobbing, yellow giant is supposed to be art and to spread joy around the world. I most certainly can agree with the latter; our grandchildren have tons of fun with the smaller versions in the tub.

I am not so sure I agree with the 'art' part. If putting a giant duck in a harbor is considered art then the many (grand) parents among us are watching potential income go down the drain every day. Especially when you consider how our little ones are often able to put more then one rubber duck in the tub.

It probably is a matter of perspective, but from a toddler's point of view the tub equals the size of a harbor. So, if we all get our ducks in a row we ought to be able to travel around the world, show off our offspring's artistic abilities, and rake in the cash.

Since the duck has been and still is traveling around the world, I would recommend the artist skips Peking, because that could have a potential for trouble. His work of art would be a sitting duck and no one should and would be surprised if it disappeared over night. Not that he had to worry; it would reappear soon enough.

As Peking duck!



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