Apparently Damien Hirst’s shark is falling apart in his tank, and it is almost impossible for conservators to fix it–he got bad advice in he beginning, and now the New York museum of Modern Art has hired the curator of fish from the Natural History museum (who has the wonderful Dickinson name of Oliver Crimmins) to figure out what the fuck to do. (This was bought and donated by a hedge fund manager, and cost about 12 million dollars)

This is almost as good as the military historian who was hired to figure out what kind of surplus army paint Jackson Pollock painted his later splatter paintings with.

Entropy Wins.