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FlatsFrenzy wrote: »
Sounds like a net was found strung between A Cut and Rocky Creek in Upper Tampa Bay just yesterday.http://forums.capmel.com/post/gill-net-utb-6618795
pottydoc wrote: »
Those links have been posted on here many times. It wouldn't make any difference anyway, neither you, Easy, or any other commercial ever lets facts get in your way. Plus, I'm pretty sure Alaskan salmon, cod, and monk fish aren't caught in gill nets. I'm having a little trouble figuring out why you think a majority rule crucified Christ since the Romans were in charge, and they weren't the majority. I can give you references if you want to read that story yourself. And for what it's worth, I'm a 5th generation Cracker (at least), so your "since you migrated here" comment is kinda meaningless. I doubt seriously your family has been here any longer.
Gary S. Colecchio wrote: »
And that is why you and this tiresome effort to recreate a past that never existed fail to accept or convince others of.
As for Christ and the mob, I'm afraid that is largely as fictional as your defense.
History tells us that the Romans were not known to engage those they occupied in their judicial processing of insurgents. It makes for good storytelling though.
In the future please refrain from quoting the bible in your defense, we get that far too often from the self- righteous recalcitrants who by their actions know little of it and practice it's precepts even less.
FlatsFrenzy wrote: »
The next time I read this "farmers of the sea" argument I think I'm going to vomit.
Farmers plan, plant, cultivate, and manage their resources. They know that if they abuse the land it'll stop producing for them and their crops will suffer.
Farmers don't gather in mobs from multiple states to plunder the local resources of areas far from their home...
Seriously...if you want to "farm" all the creeks and bayous in Upper Tampa Bay then how about I come over and plant rows of corn, peas, and tomatoes in all the green spaces in your neighborhood. Then I'll turn around and sell the veggies back to you for a profit...
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