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(Outside Online)   Iceland hit by mass herring death which cripples fishing industry, ability to cut down tallest tree in the forest   (outsideonline.com) divider line 5
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2013-02-07 01:45:01 PM
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JustFarkinAround: Makh: Meanwhile, sardines are super gross.

Sardines farking RULE!  I eat a couple tins per week, and I love their little crunchy bones - great source of calcium.


This. If you find sardines gross, buy a different brand. The brand you buy makes a huge difference.
2013-02-07 01:19:59 PM
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Makh: Meanwhile, sardines are super gross.


Sardines farking RULE!  I eat a couple tins per week, and I love their little crunchy bones - great source of calcium.
2013-02-07 03:30:05 PM
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ertznay: Trees? In Iceland?


Q: What do you do if you get lost in an Icelandic forest?
A: Stand up
2013-02-07 12:33:03 PM
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Iceland has launched an investigation into the mass death of tens of thousands of wild herring. One newspaper estimated the value of the dead fish to be almost $10 million.

Hmm, so let's say 30k fishes is in the tens of thousands, that comes to 333 dollars per herring for that value. Math much, newspaper?
2013-02-07 12:29:42 PM
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It's hard dealing with herring loss. I said, IT'S HARD DEALING WITH HERRING LOSS.
 
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