dahmers love zombie: But will it repel Sharknados? Will it? WILL IT?
whatisaidwas: Ok, lemme get this straight. Some mature great white shark, 18-21' in length, weighing as much as 2 grand pianos, is coming straight up at 40 mph towards food, and at the last second, it says,"Argh, some little sound is hurting me, I should stop this."Right...
JonnyBlack: [csb] I got bit by a thresher shark once.
grinding_journalist: JonnyBlack: [csb] I got bit by a thresher shark once.This is one of the most interesting CSBs I've read on Fark./will you catch the shark terrorizing our beaches for $10,000?
Solty Dog: What about candygrams?
geoduck42: I just love the "Whale Repellent". You can never be too careful!
snake_beater: "Shark Shield" sounds like a Marvel/Street Sharks crossover./I can't believe I actually remember that cartoon
Mugato: [31.media.tumblr.com image 500x384]
fusillade762: $599 to $699Seems pretty spendy considering the relative risk level. And haven't these EM devices been around for a while?
JonnyBlack: [csb] I got bit by a thresher shark once. Right behind the right knee. I think it liked what it ate, because it came back around, I slapped it in the gills with a knife and killed it. I ate the bastard(it was a male as far as I could tell... and I've killed a lot of shark) after making a fire right there on the beach. I actually don't think it got a bite, I felt a punch behind my knee while diving for abalone, looked up and saw it and panicked(shark phobia) and it came around so I kicked off the rock reef and tried for an eye and hit a gill. I'm damn lucky I even hit it, although I doubt it could have killed me. Later on I found out that's apparently what you want to hit if you're striking one with a knife. No idea at the time, I was just trying to hit it back before I needed more air.Dragging a shark bigger than you are on tall up on shore was a chore. Worth it though, with a bit of garlic, pepper and sea salt it made for a delicious barbecue. Bleeding it was a chore, but I was bleeding and cussing and wrapping my leg up in a sub-par bandage someone had grabbed for me so I didn't have to do that, a friend took care of it. I cut out it's jaw while we filleted it, wish I still had it but I lost most of my trophies and specimens in storage when I moved and couldn't cover the costs. The innards of a shark are really interesting actually, I hadn't taken notice when we'd caught smaller leopard sharks and such in the area. Much different than our usual prey of sea bass and rock cod. Tasty damn thing though. I ate most of it, I was pissed off it had bit me and demanded odd parts of it be cooked although I was fine after a couple of beers and kicking the corpse a few times. Even took the fins off of it to make a soup(boring as hell, I think the taste comes from the spices in normal shark fin soup), the gulls didn't have much left to strip off of it after I was done that night.Was it irrational? Sure, but I'd dived in that spot a hundred times and never been bit. I'd be ...
ka1axy: As an engineer, I'm curious about what's inside and what signals it emits. Can't wait for someone to tear one down...Chinese copies should be out soon (50% chance the one you bought for $19.95 actually works)
MythDragon: Pictured: Shark repellent[media.treehugger.com image 468x334]100% guaranteed.
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