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almost extinct shark species attacks a person swimming at a popular beach.

 
arkay

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12/03/2012 07:43 AM

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almost extinct shark species attacks a person swimming at a popular beach.
I have to really laugh at this next article, but I do apolagize to the poor victim.

I would suggest that this person should sue the NSW Labour Party for declaring these sharks on the verge of extinction which obviously gave him the confidence to go swimming believing that an attack from one of these protected and endangered RARE sharks could never become a threat to life here in NSW.

Of course the ratbag greenie movement here might have had a huge influence on that now disgraced political party by using research done (and furher manipulated) on the grey nurse shark situation in Tasmania.

And for which they were forced to re-do their research which is still "Cabnet Confidential", but I can tell everyone that the new research found that these sharks are a very long way from being endangered.

Just another ploy by the ratbag greenies using things that cant be seen to make a huge noise to push their agenda.

Can anybody see carbon dioxide?

Are we being taxed because of carbon dioxide, an essential molecule essential for plant growth and oxygen production, not to mention a regulator that keeps us breathing!

A man has been bitten by a shark while swimming off a beach on the NSW north coast. The man, aged in his 30s, was taking an afternoon dip at South West Rocks, yesterday, when he was attacked. Nearby swimmers were able to help the man to shore, where he was treated by paramedics for a bite to his arm. He was rushed to Kempsey Hospital for further treatment. Lifeguards said it was believed the shark was a Grey Nurse.

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arkay (OP)

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12/03/2012 08:53 AM

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Re: almost extinct shark species attacks a person swimming at a popular beach.
oh heck, golly gosh!..

this needs to be bumped as the whole system has been reduced to just 3 pages.

bump
arkay (OP)

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12/03/2012 08:57 AM

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Re: almost extinct shark species attacks a person swimming at a popular beach.
Oh well, looks like this thread might be DEAD IN THE WATER, sorry bad humour!

But just couldnt help it!
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12/03/2012 09:40 AM
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shark
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12/03/2012 09:46 AM
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Re: almost extinct shark species attacks a person swimming at a popular beach.
A shark attack in the South Pacific!

Shocking! alone
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12/03/2012 09:46 AM
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Re: almost extinct shark species attacks a person swimming at a popular beach.
I find it extremely unprofessional of them to call something "extinct" when they don't know if it actually is.

I mean, have they looked in every nook and cranny of the earth?

They lose huge amounts of credibility for invalidly concluding such things.

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