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    Hi Harry.
    My bottom was clenched tight for a week.
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    I spent a lot of my youth surfing and swimming and snorkling around Sydney beaches. It never crossed my mind back then about the sharks that may have been lurking around those waters.
    It took my trip to Uk for those people to bring up the subject of shark attacks!! Spoil sports I started to look more closely underneath my feet in the water from then on LOL

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    Times are getting tough I fear.

    Today saw three sharks in the high street, 2 used car salesmen and a real estate agent.
    Happy daze John in Oz.

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    Just an update another Great white rammed a fishing boat in the north of the state of Tasmania. These guys were just drifting along, not fishing when Wham this monster hit the boat.
    They hastily started up the motor and tried to make an escape when it circled to come at them again, they managed to get going and hightailed it back to port. It seems there were some seals about but maybe these monsters are beginning to get a taste for humans as there was another guy attacked in WA. He has survived but makes you think.
    Easy prey we make better than seals as we can't swim as fast. Yikes.

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    Sharkskin suits so called were all the rage years ago , what they were made of I never really thought about it.
    So in those days every one knew the saying a wolf in sheep’s clothing , but now with al, the talk about sharks, could start a new saying a man in a sharks coat. Cheers JS
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    John, there you go again talking about bank managers, used car salesmen, real estate agents and bloody politicians.
    Enough already....
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