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Re: Sealife

Post by crabmeat thompson » Wed Jan 22, 2014 5:44 pm

This seems like the part of the conversation where we talk about pooing in the ocean out the back, and then having it circle you for 15 minutes.

You then watch it float over to a helpless japanese girl on a 7 super fish.

Do you warn her, but she'll naturally assume you're the poo perp... Or do you remain silent, softly giggling as she inexplicably picks it up?
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Post by daryl » Wed Jan 22, 2014 7:30 pm

In a pristine river I thought, how odd for a banksia to be floating along. It was a pooh with undigested seeds, and I carried it out, tentatively to bury in some pebbles; fortunately soap and rainwater wash the crap smell off.

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Re: Sealife

Post by haysie » Wed Jan 22, 2014 10:33 pm

The best bit is the sudden influx of water, matched only to that of a bidet in satisfaction
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Re: Sealife

Post by Animal_Chin » Thu Jan 23, 2014 7:30 am

Well, that's the last time I read realsurf whilst eating breakfast.
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Re: Sealife

Post by xe » Thu Jan 23, 2014 7:49 am

Nick Carroll wrote:It was a warm day but the wind had gone light s-se most of the day and blown in all the warm surface water that'd gone missing in last week's nor-easters.
Nick why does the NE take the warm water away should have heaps of warm water Nth to Sth with the East Australian Current. I know places closer to the continental shelf get upwellings hence cold water and this can be pushed in but we are not close to the shelf by any means.
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Re: Sealife

Post by black duck » Thu Jan 23, 2014 8:55 am

xe wrote:
Nick Carroll wrote:It was a warm day but the wind had gone light s-se most of the day and blown in all the warm surface water that'd gone missing in last week's nor-easters.
Nick why does the NE take the warm water away should have heaps of warm water Nth to Sth with the East Australian Current. I know places closer to the continental shelf get upwellings hence cold water and this can be pushed in but we are not close to the shelf by any means.
Ekman transport and the Coriolis effect. The water doesn't have to be that deep for the effect to come into play.
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Re: Sealife

Post by Grooter » Thu Jan 23, 2014 9:28 am

Matticus Finch wrote:Ocean motion is probably the best name you could have for a website about sea poos.
what about Swelldump! :o
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Re: Sealife

Post by xe » Thu Jan 23, 2014 9:51 am

Learn something every day...will look at the SST with different eyes.
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Re: Sealife

Post by bomboraa » Thu Jan 23, 2014 6:20 pm

No bonnies in Sydney this year. And few slimies round at the mo. Most likely frigates. They've arrived and are going nuts.
Until last couple of weeks baitfish or any kind rare in Sydney, either offshore or in Harbour. Things have changed! Bait is tiny; between 2cm and 4cm long. And those nasty nasty bull sharks have followed the frigates into the harbour. Chomp time.

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Re: Sealife

Post by crabmeat thompson » Thu Jan 23, 2014 7:14 pm

Then there's my favourite. The salty stool.

A blog about defecating in the ocean.
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Re: Sealife

Post by Jimi » Thu Jan 23, 2014 8:28 pm

Seen the turtle that hangs around Sth Narra plenty of times. Plus a few seals, not too uncommon in Syd I think?

Spent 3 months in Mex last year. Out at a certain pointbreak one day when in the space of 30 mins 2 people got speared by what we ended up calling 'Mexican death fish'. (no idea what the fish actually was) One guy got speared in the groin, just below his ball-bag. Pretty nasty gash bled for ages. He glued it up but it kept seeping for a few days. Other one was a girl who got it lower on her thigh.

Same surf and I was paddling past one of the local fellas who started pointing in my direction screaming "tiburon" while he surfed a wave. He went straight in, with every local following him instantly. I followed them in only to paddle out a few minutes later he indicated it was a pretty small shark (1 metre or so) of some sort that he saw and the waves were pumping. Not one local paddled out for the rest of the day, they have a pretty deep fear of sharks over there.

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Re: Sealife

Post by alakaboo » Fri Jan 31, 2014 12:32 pm

My brother was fishing once and a mack tuna beached itself at his feet.
He grabbed it by the tail and flung it into the dunes.

It was delicious.

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Re: Sealife

Post by steve shearer » Fri Jan 31, 2014 12:37 pm

Merks you got to give a brother a call when you see that action mate.

Then you can convert field position into sushi.
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Re: Sealife

Post by steve shearer » Fri Jan 31, 2014 12:50 pm

Hard to say.

I haven't seen any tuna around yet this season but it could have been.
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Re: Sealife

Post by Yuke Hunt » Fri Jan 31, 2014 1:57 pm

alakaboo wrote: mack tuna / delicious
Mack tuna ... mother in law fish ... delicious ... ? You'd draw the line at edible.
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