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3 years ago








Common name this time.



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Good Morning, Afternoon, or Everning- depending on which part of the world you are in!

3 years ago

Hi Nyack and Good Morning for me (9:00) Eastern Standard I am usually up and on the computer about 7 :00 and I always still wind up playing catch-up lol... Could I please have an A ?

3 years ago

Good afternoon Nyack and Barbara.

T please.

3 years ago

E's please


3 years ago

Letters Guessed

A, T, E



Common name this time.



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3 years ago

L please Nyack

3 years ago

Great White Shark.

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3 years ago

Keep Ban on Killing of Great White Sharks





  • Target: Australia State Minister of Fisheries, Hon. Norman Frederick Moore
  • Sponsored by: Animal Advocates

In Australia, great white sharks have been listed as “rare or likely to become extinct” and fishing or culling them has been banned since 1999.

After five swimmers have attacked over the last 12 months, local officials in Western Australia are considering ending the ban on the killing of great white sharks.


Since only about 100 great white sharks have ever been tagged or sampled in Australian waters, accurate information and futher studies should be conducted, based on sound science before killing great white sharks resumes.


The truth is, very little is known about them, or why there seem to be many in Australia right now. The population may not have increased very much at all- and more sharks might simply be present because there is a greater food supply- or perhaps there are just far more swimmers in the ocean, increasing a likelyhood of shark encounters.


While it is still unknown what brings great white sharks closer to the Australian shore at this time, precautions by swimmers, or even swimming bans may be more in order than killing the sharks. We ask Australia to keep the ban on the killing of great white sharks as they are a very important part of the ecosystem.




State Minister of Fisheries
Hon. Norman Frederick Moore
Ministerial Office
4th Floor, London House
216 St Georges Terrace
Ph: (08) 6552 5400
Fax: (08) 6552 5401

This post was modified from its original form on 29 Aug, 4:14
3 years ago

Congratulations Brenda Good Going!!! Signed Petition and noted information Nyack

3 years ago

Congratulations Brenda!! 


3 years ago

Thanks Nyack! 


Betty, You signed on August 29, 2012.

Your signature has been delivered to:
Australia State Minister of Fisheries, Hon. Norman Frederick Moore


3 years ago

Thanks Nyack, Barbara and Betty!

Signed petition Nyack.

3 years ago

Congrats Brenda!


And here of late I've been so concerned about my hip and  shoulder pain plus lately a pinched nerve making every step agony, but that all paled into insignificance.this morning. Part way through his brekky Fred started coughing, not a furball cough but a deep chesty cough, plus occasional heavy breathing which I can hear from one end of  the house to the other. Just while typing this he made a brief retching  noise. He's also got clingy,  not like Fred,


Wonder if he ate something last night, I've had all kinds of wildlife invading my house this week - snakes, cane toads, ginormous spiders...


I live in the sticks and vets only visit monthly.  Any ideas? Fred's  my whole life.

3 years ago

Thanks George.

Sorry to hear you and Fred are not feeling good. Feel bad that I can't help either of you. Hope you both get help for this.

3 years ago

Sorry George- I have no ideas other than to see a vet.


Impacted fur balls can do very strange things- from vomiting to refusing to eat- I give my cats furball remover regularlly to eliminate them (usually when they go to the bathroom).


But? It could be alot of things George- hopefully nothing serious. The good news is- that he is clingy- typically when cats are very sick, they isolate and try to hide.

This post was modified from its original form on 29 Aug, 23:28
3 years ago

another petition-



Save Great White Sharks From Extinction ACTION US and Canada LINK

Animals  (tags: great whites, sharks, west coast, endangered, extinction, wildlife, conservation )
Nancy - 8 hours ago -
Shark Stewards has filed a petition with the Federal Government to protect the North East Pacific population of great white sharks under the Endangered Species Act. Take action now to support our petition!
3 years ago

Already signed. Thank you.