17 Sep 2010

A Pleasant Stroll in La Jolla

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We are in the middle of a long break period at this Liberty Fund conference in La Jolla. Our hotel (which shall remain undisclosed so as to foil the FBI) is close to the ocean.

I took a stroll down to the beach and took a picture of these seals:

(BTW I obviously need to clean off the lens on my Blackberry’s camera.)

I was about to start a discussion with the California locals about the importance of developing private ownership of the seals, in order to protect them. I was quite offended that there wasn’t a publicly posted market price for the noble creatures, but instead there were all kinds of government signs warning of the penalties for messing with them.

But then I thought better of it.

5 Responses to “A Pleasant Stroll in La Jolla”

  1. He Whomustnot Benamed says:

    Enjoy the California sun. Autumn will strike Nashville soon enough.

    Let me know when you have a free moment to chat. You have my number.

  2. Yogi says:

    A dead seal has a price………. a live one doesn’t.

  3. Nobs says:

    BTW, for those that care, La Jolla would very much like to secede from the city of San Diego. Huzzah!


  4. Nico says:

    Have a nice trip! Maybe you should get a proper camera.

  5. Matt Flipago says:

    Lets do another auction. Same as before, but the bid must increase. 1 Penny. okay 1trillion dollars. Okay Bob. I want my seal now!!!!!!