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Hello, people! I found these interesting articles online that may change your points of view in relationship to fish and pain, as well as inform you of things that you may never heard before. Being a compulsive fisherman that I am, the pain issue in fish is fundamental for my sport.
"While the numbers continue to decline compared to decades ago, more than 29 million people still went fishing in 2006, spending billions of dollars on their "hobby.""
"Every time I see an angler, I say a little prayer that he will get his fishing hook lodged in his body, and then perhaps he will give some thought to the barbaric 'sport' he is pursuing."
"I think there is a fine line between torture and hunting. We eat fish, cows, chicken, pigs and other animals. All we can do is to try to make it as humane as possible. If you have a problem with eating these things, please feel free to go to your nearest tree and take a bite. We'll soon see people arise who say that trees and bushes feel pain as well."
“you have to line up for an ungodly long time to get your lobsters, and meanwhile there are all these ex–flower children coming up and down along the line handing out pamphlets that say the lobsters die in terrible pain and you shouldn’t eat them.”
"Anyone who made it through Biology 101 knows that fish have nerves and brains that sense pain, just as all animals do."
"For most, fish amount to little more than swimming protein, a healthy food to be plucked from rivers and seas"