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Discussion in 'All Other Discussions' started by menageriekeeper, May 16, 2011.
Wow. I didn't know catfish got that big!
It will never cease to amaze me that people focus on banning stuff like this when major corporations are causing massive damages. I always got ticked off in Ohio when they'd force me to put my old junker through emissions testing (and have the nerve to charge me for it), just about killing the poor thing, and I'd have to drive past a nuclear power plant, past the factory that made rubber balls and reeked of rubber, past the book binding factory that reeked of some kind of chemical, and try to see through the fog of emissions from big rigs on my way to get my little ole car tested for all the dangers it supposedly posed to our air.
BTW that section of Ohio has some of the highest rates of cancer in the country and nobody can figure out why. It probably wasn't the power plant or the factories or anything. I'm guessing it was my car, but now that I think about it, I'm pretty sure it also had something to do with noodlers. It just had too.
BAN THE NOODLERS! And cars.
Here's the largest catfish to date, Gina, from National Geographic.
I'm still wondering why we have to have a law to stop people from doing something most sane people wouldn't do to start with!
Texas tax dollars at work!
That is insanely huge! When I used to fish I'd always throw catfish back, hate the taste. They never longer than around 12 inches.
Well, I learned something new. WHOO HOO!!!