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Does anyone know where the Today show filmed today?

I know it was out of Jupiter


  • ScottRScottR Posts: 976 Officer
    Yes, I was called and asked if I wanted to take them out on the 65' I run out of U tiki for a 'shark dive' as the shark dive boat that is also at U Tiki would have not been able to accomodate the amount of people and forecasted sea state. It was something for the Today Show or some such nonsense with Matt Lauer or whoever the heck. Normally, being the attention **** that I am, and the money they were waving under my nose, I would have slapped my ****-bikini on and pranced around like a show pony, but I neither condone nor respect this whole 'feed the sharks and go diving with them so some touron from Wisconsin can have a shsrk encounter' so I didn't do it. I have SOME self-respect....sometimes.....:banana
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  • dpdashdpdash Posts: 5,359 Admiral
    Pleasantly surprised Scott:grin. Good job
  • GSSGSS Posts: 119 Officer
    I thought it was illegal in the states to chum up sharks for diving
  • SnookMan772SnookMan772 Posts: 661 Officer
    @ GSS. It is... They do it in international waters which is how they get around that rule. The owner of Emerald Charters was just in court for this less than 6 months ago because he was caught chumming and feeding the sharks in state waters. He got the tip of his finger ripped off after a shark took a cobia that he shot before his court date. Irony?????

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