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Old 02-28-2010, 12:15 AM   #5
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Location: Florida
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Default Re: SeaWorld Trainer killed by Orca

I've heard that this same whale was also responsible for killing a guy up north almost or maybe a decade ago? I guess the guy was a drifter and decided to craw into the whales tank one night? Also heard that the guy wasn't just "high" on life either. If all this is true why didn't Sea World let the whale go back into the wild? Oh, I know why! Because the average greedy businessman, the one who also had already invested so much money into such an animal, and who didn't want to loose his investment (a wild killer whale). Hmm.. I wonder if Sea World made back their initial investment on that poor killer whale before it had killed the first human back then?

This most recent Killer whale incident here in Florida happened about 30-40 miles from where I live. I don't know about where you all live but where I live, well, some of us here understand what wild life really is. It's almost so dam comical the ways that the majority treat wild life, no matter where we're all from.

Folks move to Florida into new homes that were once wet lands where alligators, snakes and other life lived but who were booted suddenly from their generational homes. Amazing how so many of the Florida retirement folks complain so much about the alligators and such being in their back yards. I am surrounded by such ignorance here everyday. Don't me started on the ever growing and ongoing pollution that the recreational boating industry continues here Florida.

I love nature sooo much that I rather die than continue being responsible for helping pollute nature and mother earth, for destroying or poisoning god knows how many different species of life here. I don't expect anyone to understand how I feel. It would at least be nice if most folks chose being more open mind and heart than just low frequency.
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