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Posted in: Protests or not, Japanese keep eating whale See in context

Hmmm... Probably not as they're protected and it can't be Sea Shepard because they're to damn hard to catch as well ;-) Hey! I've got it! Has anyone suggested everyone turn to vegans!TA DA! No more issues... Whales are happy (obviously)

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Posted in: Protests or not, Japanese keep eating whale See in context

Solution to the problem... lets go find something else to "scientifically" research. Suggestions anyone ?

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Posted in: What do you think of the government's plan to give a Y12,000 cash handout to members of the public in an effort to stimulate the economy? See in context

In Aust, we received $1000 (Aust$) from the government just before Xmas. According to the media, it did cause a ripple in certain sectors of the aussie economy, but nothing to get overly excited about.

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Posted in: Japan wants anti-whalers barred from Australian, NZ and Chile ports See in context

SushiSaki3- sure and i don't entirely disagree with you, other than that that the majority of these animals travel the same route between feeding ground and birthing ground each year. Rarely will they alter, unless habitat in either location changes. They are creatures of habit and what they know. Look it up if you will.

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Posted in: Japan wants anti-whalers barred from Australian, NZ and Chile ports See in context

Yep... We do want them to stop taking whales from the southern ocean. Why do they have to come along the way from the north to take the various species? Surely the alarm bells must ring in one's mind when they have to travel so far from home, when according to tradition, they should be able to carry out the hunting ( er.. sorry, "research") right on their very own doorstep?! What does it tell you? That the species are depleted in the northern waters and that the so called management of those animals is failing. I understand the cultural background and I don't expect Japan, Iceland or Norway to stop what is ingrained into each culture. What i ask is that they stop coming to the southern waters and take away what we love. Of course there was a time when Australia too was doing the same, but we decided that these animals are to precious to lose. I respect japanese culture, but i don't think that is reciprocated when they have to traverse half way around the globe to take what we want to protect.

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Posted in: Japan wants anti-whalers barred from Australian, NZ and Chile ports See in context

As much as Australia, New Zealand and Chile want the whalers to stop travelling half way around the world to take the southern hemisphere's whales because the northern hemisphere's stocks are dreadfully under threat. If they run out, don't take ours.

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