Jeez, I’m as stressed out as California’s dolphinarium’s sales Director


It used to be so damned easy to catch dolphins.

The mothers were just leapin’ outa the sea into your net.

But that seemed so Cruela de ville.

But modern life, it ain’t so easy .

The Japanese, they’ve killed so many of them babies that it don’t seem such fun any more.  In fact it creeps me out.

It stresses me.

So, I was kinda pleased to get this little old chill out zone message from Patti.

Patti Rodger.

You might like it too.

You need to focus though…. so let’s get inta character.

I am not sure exactly how this works, but it is amazingly accurate.
The picture below has two identical dolphins in it.
It was used in a case study on stress levels at the Mayo Clinic, then later at Fletcher Medical Center in Burlington and famously at The Priory to determine whether Susan Boyle was experiencing stress.
These closely monitored, scientific studies revealed that, in spite of the fact that the dolphins are identical, a person under stress will find many differences between the two dolphins…
…in fact, the more differences a person finds, the more stress that person is experiencing.

How to determine your stress:

Look at the picture of both dolphins jumping out of the water.
Remember that the dolphins are identical.

Just look at the photograph…

If you find more than one or two differences you may need to take a vacation.

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