|Heavily scarred great white shark caught on film in South Australia
I just wrote a post about Mick Fanning punching that shark up in South Africa around a week ago -Mick Fanning was Born the Day George Walsh Died?
And now I see in the Australian national news a story about a battered shark, which has me wondering if this is the shark that crossed paths with Mick in South Africa?-)In Australian fish & chip shops we call battered shark "flake":-)
I used to eat "flake" a fair bit until I found out it was high in mercury, which can really f#ck up my brain (what's that, too late you say?-).
To be honest, while I'm a Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks supporter, I hate real life sharks, and I couldn't care less if they became extinct, as I'm sure the planet will survive without them:-)And I was stunned to see that this hypocritical SBS journalist who ordered "flake" in Hobart (the place from which I bought
fish & chips myself from when I was in Tassie in 2016 .. but not "flake") suspecting it was an endangered species ... and actually eating it on camera(!) when I was looking to pinch a photo of "flake" from the .www grilling a worker over the coals who cares about real life sharks as much as I do I suspect:-)Thank Cod it Was Friday?
Mate, you are are way bigger dick than me ... and that is quite big let me try to tell you, who may need no convincing on my part:-)Just Keep Swimming?!