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    On Facebook today? Find people in surf/beach/shark costumes and send them to me.  I’ll post a cool blog and send u some FREE LEASH TIES! Gotta limit to the first 5!

    Look for dead beach bums, shark attack victims, whatever.

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    The Shark Fin Video they were talking about that no one could find.

    It’s brief message is this:

    Sharks have lived in the world’s oceans for over 400 million years. But now this prehistoric animal is under severe threat [by] overfishing. In some parts of the world, populations have declined by as much as 90%. The increasing demand for shark fin soup is a major cause of this. Sometimes, only the fins are cut off and the rest of the fish – often still alive – is tossed back into the sea like rubbish. So help make a difference today and protect our oceans and our sharks. Please steer clear of all shark fin soup. There are plenty of alternatives. Remember, when the buying stops, the killing can too.”

    But don’t deprive yourself of watching some authentic Japanese shark propaganda. She does have a nice voice.

    I agree they should use the rest of the shark for shark steak. Turn the teeth into jewelry. But it doesn’t bother me that the shark dies.

    Ditch Surfing? Looks fun to me!

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    Dude … You’re Surfing on a Tarp

    Found in Surf Comedy, Surf News,

    The latest fad I’ve seen grommets getting into is tarp surfing. Basically, some friends hold a tarp open with half of it on the ground and half held in the air. As the kid skates across the tarp, the friends run with the tarp to make it seem like it’s barreling like a wave.

    I know of surf shops using tarp surfing as an event to draw a crowd and befriend new customers. And I understand that you’re doing it with blue tarps, which is the color of water … in most places, and that you’re skating, which is similar to surfing. But it isn’t surfing, and it isn’t water. … But if you’re really having fun doing it, I guess that’s all that matters. I just won’t ever really understand tarp surfing.

    Human Legs Found in Shark Belly

    Those sharks are up to no good, I tell ya.

    Three Bahamian fishermen caught a shark that they say has human remains in its belly. While processing their daily catch, the men discovered a partially decomposed human foot in the shark’s mouth.

    One of the fishermen, Humphrey Simmons, said of the remains, “Everything was intact from the knee down, it was mangled, but there was still flesh on the bone.”

    Further dissecting of the shark revealed a second leg, the torso, and two severed arms. The body is suspected to be that of a man, or maybe a really hairy woman.

    At the time of the catch the fishing boat was about 35 miles south of New Province.

    shark killed human Human Legs Found in Shark Belly


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