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(Florida Today)   Parents, just a reminder, please advise your kids not to play with the human skulls on Cocoa beach   ( floridatoday.com) divider line
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2012-10-08 10:08:54 AM  
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Blues Lounger: Children spearfishing?? WTF??

Mellow greetings! What seems to be your boggle, citizen?
2012-10-08 09:53:00 AM  
2 votes:
Probably an FSU fan who jumped off the Merritt Island bridge after Saturday night.
2012-10-08 11:05:02 AM  
1 vote:
You know who else washed up on Cocoa Beach?

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2012-10-08 10:32:10 AM  
1 vote:
Do the kids get to keep the skull if no one comes forward to claim it?
2012-10-08 10:17:59 AM  
1 vote:

Blues Lounger: Children spearfishing?? WTF??

It's rather complicated. You get a hold of a spear, typically sold at a sporting goods outlet in a waterside community. This may or may not have an elastic band attached to the dull end to assist in projecting the sharp end at the intended target. Then you head to a body of water such as the Indian or Banana rivers (which are really bays but semantics), or the Atlantic ocean perhaps, and look for fish. You then spear the fish, bring them home, clean and eat them.

I did this as a pre teen. My friends did it. We wore onions on our belts, as it was the fashion.
2012-10-08 09:29:00 AM  
1 vote:
There's always skulls in the Banana River.
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