SeaWorld's decision to stop whale breeding — and ultimately end its practice of whales in captivity — is a big, blubbery deal.
It's like Disney ending its relationship with Mickey Mouse.
Except Mickey never killed any of Disney's cast members … with guests watching.
Which is why SeaWorld's decision was also necessary. Quite simply: Captive whales are no longer good for business.
There are some who will take to online message boards to scream at SeaWorld for CAVING IN TO ANIMAL-RIGHTS NUTS!
These people don't understand how business works. Or at least they haven't taken the time to look at SeaWorld's business record.
I have. And it...