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Use "orca" in a sentence
"And that means loss of campaign donations, duh! oh wait, never mind, the orca is the essence of seattle. actually, chijully is the essence of seattle put him on the orca, standing at a microphone to give public input, because that's the essence of seattle. everything should express the essence of seattle and our values. coming next: rebranding city light as city light as city orcachihulysalmonmetronaturalsaywa -- that's our essence!"
"But animals do what animals do, and this orca is a wild animal."
"Transient must everything be called orca? if you were a tourist or infrequent user and saw an orca card it wouldn't say "transit" to you. if you see a sign that says get your orca card here, it wouldn't mean transit to you. the little graphic of the orca is nice, it doesn't have jack all to do with transit."