>Isn't this actually a mammal report? JOHN!!!!!!!
GEORGE: "So i started to walk into the water. i won't lie to you boys, i was terrified. but i pressed on. and as i made my way past the breakers, a strange calm came over me. i don't know if it was devine intervention, or the kingship of all living things. but i tell you jerry, at that moment, i was a marine biologist.
ELAINE: (entering the diner) "george, i've just been reading this thing in the paper, it's unbelieveable."
GEORGE: "i know, i was just telling the story."
KRAMER: "well come on george, finish the story."
GEORGE: "the sea was angry that day my friends; like an old man trying to send back soup in a deli. i got about 50 feet out, when suddenly, the great beast appeared before me. i tell you he was 10 stories high if he was a foot. as if sensing my presence he let out a great bellow. i said, easy big fella. and then, as i watched him struggling i realized that something was obstructing his breathing. and from where i was standing i could see directly into the eye of the great fish."
KRAMER: "what did you do next?"
GEORGE: "and then, from out of nowhere, a HUGE tidal wave lifted me, tossed me like a cork, and i found myself right on top of him, face to face with the blow-hole. i could barely see from the waves crashing down upon me. but i knew something was there. so i reached my hand in, felt around, and pulled out the obstruction. (reaches into his pocket and pulls out a golf ball.)"
KRAMER: "well is that a titleist?"
GEORGE: shakes his head affirmatively.
KRAMER: "a hole-in one."
mammal report, fish report? who really cares, this is the private boater's general topic. and i'd say this is a general topic involving a private boat.