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    I knew getting off Tuna was a good idea.

    quit eating it over a year and a half ago. probably not soon enough.
    http://opinion.inquirer.net/64231/ra...ive-tuna-alert

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    haven't eaten any tuna in at least a decade...but mostly because of the dolphin killing associated with tuna fishing and of, course, the mercury buildup. For a culture so centered around seafood, japan sure is fcking that up real good. I'm surprised people are still even surfing in japan. depressing

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    You can buy Atlantic tuna if you are afraid of this. Most of what I have eaten in the last year is from the Atlantic waters.

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    You can buy Atlantic tuna if you are afraid of this. Most of what I have eaten in the last year is from the Atlantic waters. Be careful taking this as fact.

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    For the record, hardly anyone in the US has or will ever eat BFT in their lifetime.

    Good thing I only eat Atlantic Tuna: Yellowfin, Big Eye, Black Fin and Skip Jack.

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    Erock, about the sandwich isle inhabitants?

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    I ate some radioactive tuna once. Then I broke up with her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yankee View Post
    I ate some radioactive tuna once. Then I broke up with her.
    I hear ya dude. I switched from tuna to sausage years ago.

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    the slop coming up the guff skreem is pretty toxic. there's 3 years of Corexit in them thar waters.

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    Are you going to get off Flounder too Cheech?