Posted Thursday, August 6, 2009 11:16 AM | Contributed by Jeff
In The Cove, opening Aug. 7, a film crew manages to document Taiji's annual "drive fishery," which rounds up "pest" dolphins, sells some to overseas theme parks and then slaughters an estimated 23,000 dolphins, often passing the meat off as whale to unsuspecting Japanese consumers. Even though no U.S. theme parks have been allowed to import dolphins or other marine mammals from drive fisheries since 1993, SeaWorld and other U.S. parks are criticized in the movie for not working to stop the drives.
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ok... I own a computer, and I'm sure there's a lot of illegal sales of computers going on. Is it my fault for not trying to stop it? I don't think Six Flags is responsible for monitoring a fishery's practices. But maybe that's just me.
Don't the quotes from the filmmaker seems irrationally angry? What a douche.
I use to watch "Flipper" as a kid, am I "guilty by association" too?Last edited by Walk, Friday, August 7, 2009 12:44 PM
Well there's yet another crap-u-mentary that's off my Netflix list.
Just because you own a video camera, doesn't automatically mean your information will be useful to anyone.
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