Albert learns something obviously profound (or profoundly obvious) from his goldfish

Albert kept two goldfish for many years.  The thin one he called Laurel; the fat fantail, Hardy.  One day Laurel dies.  Albert finds himself studying Hardy, wondering why he carries on swimming around alone.  Actually, Albert suddenly realises, what choice does he have?  You swim, then eventually you stop swimming.

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