Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by chapped, Apr 25, 2014.
shows you that Great Whites don't give a shit about humans...
its pretty clear by now that almost all attacks are just them mistaking people for seals
too bad that most people feel the need to think of them as monsters...
check out this dude... talk about balls of steal
I would bet the Dolphin saved both their asses without them knowing it.
Ya what usually gets ppl is the great white "test" bite they are testing to see wtf you are then they swim away.
Great whites have really been given a bad rap by Hollywood and thats including shark week shit.
Remember they're primary hunting sensor is the ability to smell blood hundreds of yards away.
If you get attacked by a shark, you suck at swimming or your one unlucky surfer.
Sharks rarely hunt "blindly", which isn't ironic because they're worse sense is they're doll eyes which is why surfers have 68% greater chance of getting attacked while paddling out.
It mimics other mammals hunting/mating patterns of paddling out into open water.
That is animal abuse...
Sharks are racist. Notice they target white people.
blacks dont swim
You ever hear of a black guy getting eaten by a shark?
you can throw all the stats you want to at me, but I'm not going into the ocean again. it's a shame because I have family in Solana Beach that I visit a few times every year and they all love to surf. I just know I wouldn't be able to take my mind off shit like that long enough to enjoy it.
the first time I went out there, they tried to get me to surf by saying they are out there every day and have never seen a shark, but I still declined. 2 weeks later I see on the news that a fucking guy got bitten in half on the SAME FUCKING beach we were at. literally the exact same spot I was swimming around in. never again.
for some reason the sound of the camera going into the water always irks me, it makes me feel like I can't breath
The water is calm as a toilet. What the fuck are they surfing???
Who does he think he is Kelly slater?
They're out there looking for footage of how close they could get to sharks.