Posted by Nate on September 17, 2005 at 01:10:21:|
In Reply to: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pet fish posted by Patrick on September 16, 2005 at 23:52:19:
Molas are primarily cartilaginous? It strikes me as odd that a bony fish is primarily cartilaginous.
But you "sound" like the expert.
You say "MOLAS ARE NOT GOOD TO EAT?" Do you know for a fact that those three guys don't think Molas are any good? Everyone has the same tastes as you?
I think the drink Chicha is disgusting, but on a trip to the Amazon jungle a friend was drinking the fermented drink like it was an award winning beer even though he knew he was drinking a beverage that was fermented by human saliva.
In case you're interested. Molas are commercially harvested for food in Taiwan.
Based on your story, it sounds like they were shore diving. If so I am very impressed with their hunt. It's not easy shooting then subduing something that big and strong and towing it back to the beach.
That's the problem I have with guys like you. You have no problems talking about killing (then downgraded to maiming) three human beings because they killed a fish which they kept (pressumably to eat). What if those guys rely on what they catch as a source of protein for their families?
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