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SASpearo

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About once a month, the owners of the Marina del Rey (Calif.) Sportfishing bait shop reap a windfall. According to a January Los Angeles Times story, a Tibetan Buddhist study group drops by in a caravan after meditating on the "liberation of beings" and plunks down $1,000 to $2,000 to buy as much live bait as they can, after which they go to Marina del Rey Harbor and, in their terms, free the bait (whereupon, of course, much of it is immediately eaten by fish, anyway). [Los Angeles Times, 1-18-04]
 

jensen

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DOOOOHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:duh :duh :duh :duh

Wow, talk about saving the planet or at least a bait shop.


Joe
 
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