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Old 08-05-2010, 01:01 AM   #1
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Thumbs down I am REAL Mad

I was watching the real world (i know shoot me lol) and they were showing the previews from the season, one of the guys took a fish out of their fish tank and COOKED it in a frying pan! I am so mad for real right now that is just ignorant.
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what kind of fish did it look like?
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I am thinking it was a tang maybe, if it was a SW tank, or maybe a discus He just took it out of the tank and threw it in the frying pan I just want to scream that is so mean
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Did he eat it?
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I would have thrown the remote at the tv :censor:
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I'm wondering, how is this different than fishing and cooking the fish? You don't see that many people complaining about fish fillets or salmon (except the peta, but they complain about everything)
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Yeah but aren't the fish usually already dead by the time you cook them? Instead of being cooked alive. Besides I don't eat fish anyway lol.
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I don't know if he eats it or not, it was the preview of future episodes or whatever. Fishing is not much different, but people generally fish for food as a way to live. I don't agree with allowing a fish to suffocate to death either, but he literally netted it and threw it onto a frying pan. That is just ignorant.
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most likely died faster then most fish. many fisherman i see catch the fish and just leave them to die. at least the heat made it quicker.
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Yeah but aren't the fish usually already dead by the time you cook them? Instead of being cooked alive. Besides I don't eat fish anyway lol.
yes they are, but werent they alive before? how did they die? they were frozen right? the only difference is that you dont see that process
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