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Originally posted by lokdog
reply to post by miniatus
Sorry to offend you buddy, but I have a pretty simple outlook on life. If it tastes good eat it and If it tastes bad spit it out. I do love dolphins and would never go out of my way to hurt one. But if its on the menu and it seems pretty exotic, then damn I want to try it. Guess you could say im like that fat guy on the Travel channel Andrew Zimmer something I'm an adventerous eater.
Originally posted by 11I11
Well considering Dolphin meat conatins dangerous levels of mercury, just goes to show how intelligent you are. Enjoy your meal sir.
the god Dionysus transformed the way dolphins were perceived in Greek literature. He was set upon while at sea by a band of pirates. Instead of simply destroying the sea raiders, he transformed them into a pod of dolphins, charging them to rescue any distressed sailors in the ocean. Dolphins, in Greek culture, were often rescuers of humans, probably because they like to bring things to the surface and, well, because there’s some really good evidence that they do indeed purposely rescue people in danger.