Time To Start Killing Sharks And Seals At Cape Cod Because We Take What We Want, When We Want
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So Cape Cod has officially been taken over by seals, which means the shoreline has officially been taken over by the sharks. Two weeks ago in Orleans a shark ate a seal about 20 feet away from some surfers and it was some Nat Geo shit:
It happened again yesterday in Orleans about 100 feet from the shore:
Two years ago we published quite possibly the most unpopular blog in Turtleboy Sports history, when a bunch of morons tried saving this stupid shark that couldn’t figure out how to stay in the water:
Because they might technically own the sea, but we own the land. If you come into our neighborhood we’re not throwing you back into yours so you can bother us when we swim.
The seal population at Cape Cod has exploded because hippies don’t want us to kill them anymore. This of course brings in sharks because seals are obviously the most delicious animals in the sea, and now Orleans has turned into the Golden Corral.
Our solution is simple – start killing seals, and if the sharks don’t go away, they can die too. Of course you get a lot of this:
Wrong. It’s our habitat. It’s our house. Because we are human and we take what we want, when we want. If sharks were smart enough to come on land they’d take it over too. But they’re not. We’re smarter than them so we get dibs on the ocean if we want it. Which we do. Don’t get me wrong, they can still exist, they just can’t chill on the shoreline of Cape Cod. It’s a big ocean, and there’s plenty of seals and fish to go around. So go eat somewhere else and don’t eat at Nauset Beach. If they do, they die. End of story.
The logic behind “it’s their house” is so stupid too. The woods belong to deer. Guess we should stop hunting them too. Sure, they’ll reproduce like crazy and a bunch of people will die when the deer start playing on the highway, but the woods belong to them. We shouldn’t trespass.
See how stupid that sounds?
The bottom line is you go to the beach to swim in the water. Lifeguards shouldn’t be put in the position where they can get eaten by a shark if they go to do a rescue. People shouldn’t have to worry about being mistaken for a seal by one of these beasts. So either they leave, or we make them leave. They’re cool to look at, but they’ve overstayed their welcome.
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