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Old 12-04-2006, 02:14 PM
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The forum has been a little slow so I thought I'd spark a fire. Go to www.fishinghurts.com and let us know what you think.
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that is an interesting site. i guess the author(s) of that site are strict vegan's? should we create a site about vegetables & fruits feeling pain? :-)the 'apple tree' analogy was pretty entertaining. i am sure that when i (am lucky enough to) hook into a fish, they don't care for it one bit...so i balance hooking a fish with hooking myself, nearby trees 'n shrubs and the occasional submerged rock.
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that is an interesting site. i guess the author(s) of that site are strict vegan's? should we create a site about vegetables & fruits feeling pain? :-)the 'apple tree' analogy was pretty entertaining. i am sure that when i (am lucky enough to) hook into a fish, they don't care for it one bit...so i balance hooking a fish with hooking myself, nearby trees 'n shrubs and the occasional submerged rock.
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Amusing. Don't forget the partner site "Lobster Liberation" http://www.lobsterlib.com/
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What happening lately ? The amount of threads havereally dropped off. Good "spark" that hopefully willcause some discussion Steve.I always love hearing from the "save the whale, butkill the human baby" whiners. Man has been hunting &fishing from the very beginning. In fact HE told Noah &his crew they could have anything to eat after they leftthe Ark. I wonder if they are whining while they aredinning at Wendy's.Tie One On
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