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Out of sight, out of mind. Of course Taiwan decided to have the Pingdung Black Tuna Festival only a few years ago, it had a few challenges, namely that the fish it is supposed to celebrate is probably not far off extinction!
I can remember the fourth of July runnin' through the backwood bare.
And I can still hear my old hound dog barkin' chasin' down a hoodoo there
Chasin' down a hoodoo there.
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guys with poles on the side of the coast are not really a big problem, its the trollers and nets. dont like fishlessness, dont buy fish products. Talk about going after the wrong crowd.
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