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Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by Fran, Feb 26, 2008.
Oops, I mean lawyer killed in shark attack.
There is humor in tragedy.
I couldn't help but laugh.
NOM NOM NOM!
If the shark hit bone, there's a chance tooth fragments were left behind. It's possible to identify a shark via tooth-fragment analysis.
Basically, the crystalline, "allignment," that makes up the primary tooth structure is more or less unique between shark species. It's been used with success before.
"Shark killed in lawyer attack"
KILL THAT DAMN LAWYER!!!
Let's see....they chummed the water in an area where aggressive sharks are known to frequent and then sent down "tourists" in scuba gear without a protective cage and someone, somewhere is surprised that one of them got bitten. Ladies and gentlemen, this is what is known as Natural Selection.
That is the most ******ed thing I've heard of.
I saw Super Dave do this years ago.
Yeap, he deserved it
Their next tour will be a 'hands on' experience with mama grizzly bears in their natural environment.
Humor = Fail
Shark = Victory
"Your objection to my eating you is OVERRULED!"
Actually, given the area of the attack and the nature of the dive, the attack was most likely perpetrated by a more common, medium-sized carcharhinid shark than a large lamnid (like a great white).
Whow would have thought that the guy with the shark username would come in here.....................................
Yeah, true story.
I'm sorry, all I heard was, "Blah blah blah, my username sucks. I'm going to listen to Good Charlotte and cut myself."
Better copyright that. Futurama may steal that line if they ever feature talking sharks as judges.
Fran + Quote = Fail
how does that lawyer/shark joke go anyway?
Your quotes used to contradict yourself =
Not sure, but I've always known that lawyers are nicknamed sharks because they're just as ruthless. And have very white teeth.
Fran = Confusing