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  1. #11
    rumor on the streets is someone actually did catch and land a great white off seaside today

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zippy View Post
    988 years is not near enough time for a shark to evolve laser fins.
    Why not? A mutation can occur within a single generation, if the mutation is successful then phenotypes displaying that mutation will reproduce more copiously. COPIOUS COPULATIONS for every mutant!

  3. #13
    Rumor......

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    I bang sharks' mouths'........and sh*t in their blowholes.
    Last edited by Doug; Jun 27, 2012 at 09:51 PM. Reason: forgot about their blowholes

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    Here is the picture from the great white catch

  6. #16
    Awesome photo! You know how far that was caught off shore? Also, how big was it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug View Post
    I bang sharks' mouths'........and sh*t in their blowholes.
    Good luck finding a blowhole on a shark, but you'll finger it out.

  8. #18
    they said it was half the size of the boat. so that could mean anywhere from 5 feet to like 15 in relevance to the boat. it looks good size though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniffer View Post
    Good luck finding a blowhole on a shark, but you'll finger it out.
    He meant to say he sits on their fin.

    "TIME TRAVELING SHARKS!!" and "What if we gave sharks bath salts?" two of the better one's I've read in a while, had me laughin out loud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krl0919 View Post


    Here is the picture from the great white catch
    i dont know the whole story,nor care,but from that photo u can tell that shark was caught off a boat.now how do we know thats not california,or south africa,i dont see casino pier in the background.you have a better chance of getting struck by lightning than ever being attacked by a shark.i know guys that been surfing for 40 years around the world and never seen a shark.makos are the sharks that stay on the east coast,and if u ever saw their teeth,u know they mean business.i cant remember the last time someone was attacked by a great white(the sponger in s.africa doesnt count because nat geo was chumming the waters,and if u seen their footage there were hundreds of sharks in a feeding frenzy)..sharks are a part of the ocean.if your scared,then stick to the pools.great whites are an endangered species....