Monday, October 23, 2006

"Endangered"

"Workers in Iceland hose down an endangered fin whale"

Err, yeah, like, it's sitting on a bloody platform out of the water - I'd say it's endangered...

Anyway, as one who has eaten whalemeat (and come to think of, the flesh of quite a number of endangered critters), I can honestly say that:
1) I am sure that the people of iceland know what they are doing, and
2) I can't see what all the fuss is about.

After all, whale tastes better than seal.

2 comments:

AJP said...

You ARE being objectionable just for the sake of it aren't you Stel? Is this part two of an ongoing anti-BBC rant?

Stelios said...

err, no and no.

If the Icelanders want to hunt whales and they feel that they can do it in a sustainable way, then let them do it. They are advanced enough to look after their resources.

I find the use of the word "endangered" in the article a little amusing.