View Poll Results: Should OZ be boycotted?

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    I'd eat one of these if i could,

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    I could eat these

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    Quote Originally Posted by Umbuku View Post
    Aboriginal Australians are permitted to hunt kill and consume all their traditional foods
    Yep, same for our First Nations and Inuit. Mind, alot shop at Extra Value Foods. They are good fishermen and hunters, tho. And our Haida Gwai craftsmen are among my fav designers.



    I had alot of Inuit stuff too, but the velvet-like fabric in the porcupine quill designs disintegrated and the dogs chewed up my mukluks. I gave alot of Cree leather bead-work to a friend in Thailand. Man, the Thais go gaga over anything American Indian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jizzybloke View Post
    I'd eat one of these if i could,
    Descpicable comments. Welcome to Ignore.....

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    No one has posted the proverbial Arctic sealion pups being clubbed to death yet. I'll wait patiently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Umbuku View Post
    Aboriginal Australians are permitted to hunt kill and consume all their traditional foods which is basically everything from bugs to snakes to birds whether they are endangered or not. It's a right of their cultural heritage and the laws governing it are part of the Native Title legislation granted by the Federal parliament. You'll find that the Maoris in New Zealand have similar rights and they hunt and eat whales.
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    ^ It Doesn't Make It Right.
    Especially when they use speed boats, GPS and other moderns ways. The aboriginals in north queensland kill sea turtles this way in national parks

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    They can kill all the animals they want for traditional beliefs and ways.....just do it the traditional ways and not with a gun and shiny new tinny with twin outboards.

    The lazy fuckers will be queing up at coles supermarket for the frozen version quicksmart.......shoulda pushed the lot off of the cliffs when we had the chance....lessons learnt and all.
    I like poisoning my neighbours dogs till they die cos I'm a cnut

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    Turtle soup is damn delicious too.

    You only have to have one drop of Abo blood in you to claim native status.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rural Surin
    No one has posted the proverbial Arctic sealion pups being clubbed to death yet. I'll wait patiently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jizzybloke View Post
    I'd eat one of these if i could,
    Bloody Murderer!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boon Mee
    Kill 'em & Grill 'em!
    Here comes the Bruce bros with one for the barbie



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    ^Eww..sick.

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    I understand why they do it, but I don't really agree with it. It is an island, but one day they may become extinct. Nor, would I eat a kangaroo.

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    I have had a pet kangaroo...I have eaten kangaroo

    I have had a horse....I have never eaten a horse

    I have had a pet buffalo.....I have eaten buffalo

    I have had a pet cow....I have eaten cow

    I have had pet dogs.....I have not eaten dogs

    I have had a pet jabiru.....I have eaten turkey

    I have had a pet crocodile.....I have eaten crocodile

    I have had a pet rabbit.....I have eaten rabbit

    I have had a pet snake...I have not eaten snake

    I have a pet in my pants....I have never eaten a pet in my pants


    Mind over matter.

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    I don't believe that photoshopped pic and it's distasteful.

    Grow up!!!!!!!!!

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    Mind over matter.
    We don't mind and you don't matter. (sorry couldn't resist it).

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingwilly View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Rural Surin
    No one has posted the proverbial Arctic sealion pups being clubbed to death yet. I'll wait patiently.
    Thanks Willy. You always come through as the trooper you are.

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    ^ Knock It Off!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milkman View Post
    ^ Knock It Off!!!!!!!!

    I think that is exactly what he is trying to do.

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    Dolpins are apparently "rabbits of the sea." Healthy and hearty to eat.

    How about crabs?


    Crabs 'feel and remember pain' suggests new study
    • Author of study says crustaceans should be treated with same care as vertebrates

    (CNN) -- New research suggests that crabs not only suffer pain but that they retain a memory of it.
    No thanks for the memories: The scientific study applied mild electric shocks to hermit crabs to determine if they could 'feel' pain.





    The study, which was carried out by Professor Bob Elwood and Mirjam Appel from the School of Biological Sciences at Queen's University, Belfast, looked at the reactions of hermit crabs to small electric shocks. It was published in the journal "Animal Behaviour."

    Professor Elwood, whose previous work showed that prawns endure pain, said his research highlighted the need to investigate the treatment of crustaceans used in food industries.

    Hermit crabs have no shell of their own so inhabit other structures, usually empty mollusc shells.

    In the research, wires were attached to shells to deliver the small shocks to the abdomen of some of the crabs within the shells. The only crabs to get out of their shells were those which had received shocks, indicating that the experience is unpleasant for them.

    The research suggests that this response is not just a reflex, but that central neuronal processing takes place.

    Hermit crabs are known to prefer some species of shells to others and it was found that that they were more likely to come out of the shells they least preferred.

    The main aim of the experiment was to deliver a shock just under the threshold that causes crabs to move out of the shell, to see what happened when a new shell was then offered.

    Crabs that had been shocked but had remained in their shell appeared to remember the experience of the shock because they quickly moved towards the new shell, investigated it briefly and were more likely to change to the new shell compared to those that had not been shocked.



    "There has been a long debate about whether crustaceans including crabs, prawns and lobsters feel pain," said Professor Elwood in a press statement.
    Link & Entire: Crabs 'feel and remember pain' suggests new study - CNN.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Gorgon
    My fam hunts elk, moose, bear, deer -- fills up the winter freezers and keeps the herd counts down.
    Herd counts? It's a Gang of elk, a Group of Moose, a Sloth of Bears and if they are Roe deer then it's a bevy.

    And it's a Troop of Kangaroos.

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    What a load of Cobblers

    As a pretty new immigrant to Australia(arrived in 1996)have experienced the Problem with roo,s especially greys at first hand, to say they are vermin is an understatement, here in Queensland there were permits to shoot 1 million roo,s issued last year , this year it will be probably more,a female grey is a breeding machine at any 1 time she has 3 young, I 12 to 18 month old juvenile at heel , joey in the pouch on the tit and another in the womb, as soon as 1 leaves the pouch the next one crawls in,only a couple of months ago in the next village a house was trashed by a large grey male, contrary to common english knowledge Skippy dont use the phone or talk to the flying doctorwould everyone have the same feelings of protection if their town park was in habited by 1000,s of giant rats farmers have to fight hard to make aliving without having their properties eaten from under them by kangaroos, wallabies we protect , roos make excellent TUCKER

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles
    And it's a Troop of Kangaroos.
    Mob of Kangaroos.

    Troop of Soldiers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milkman
    don't believe that photoshopped pic and it's distasteful. Grow up!!!!!!!!!
    So what about a rabbit? or a cow? or a sheep? or a fish?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Umbuku
    Mob of Kangaroos.
    Actualy it's a Troop or a Mob, a Troop being the more widly used.

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    Never heard troop used before as a collective for kangaroos. Always mob.

    Maybe it's a Sand Groper perversion.


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