posted on Jul, 10 2018 @ 07:10 PM
a reply to: burdman30ott6
My thoughts were on the micro plastics and radiation being puked out by Fukushima into the "open" ocean from where all manners of aquatic creature are
The "sea cities" seen by plane on the surface of the Pacific makes me sick. All those lights are boats indiscriminately catching fish and clearing the
sea out. By-catch is the PC term, huh. A waste is what I call it. No respect for life in the form of the critters caught or the critters depending
upon the return of "by-catch" to grow and live. Waste creating a wasteland.
Grayling, can't keep rainbows, pike... never really considered trying it, a bit past hooligan fishing (not the best things ever, but you can get your
fishing fix, and I was thinking of trying it in a curry instead of fish sauce!), maybe it is time to get a hunting license for the world's "most
dangerous animal" and sink a few trawlers in international waters!
Herring. Man. They have now restricted the eggs on kelp for native elders only! I remember trying them in fourth grade. Not bad and to my young pallet
better than blubber (which is now also restricted). Maybe that is where my love for tobiko started!! It is more of a texture thing. But even tobiko is
not really being found. I only made it down here in 1990 so those are "old timer" stories to me. I wonder what my "old timer" stories will be? Makes
What the h3ll have we done to our planet??
ETA: @all, Sorry to be Debbie Downer! Which is why I don't hold a grudge against a bear too much when they take a human down.