Well if you put it that way, neither do you when you go swimming. Humans are land creatures after all.
|On Monday, September 4th 2006 4:25 pm, Nyall wrote: |
|On Monday, September 4th 2006 4:22 pm, Humblah wrote: |
|On Monday, September 4th 2006 4:20 pm, Nyall wrote: |
|On Monday, September 4th 2006 4:10 pm, Humblah wrote: |
I'm sure he appreciated life. Maybe that's why he wanted to make the most out of it. He was making a video for his daughter when this happened and all he did was swim over the creature, that can hardly be called aggravating it. The poor creature was on edge because it's tiger shark season.
|On Monday, September 4th 2006 2:38 pm, Nyall wrote: |
|He aggrevated the poor creature. He didn't have to be there, therefore he didn't have to die. I can't say I feel so sad for a man that didn't know me or appreciated life. |
And you know that because you were with him right? I'm pretty sure you werent't and Sting rays aren't aggresuve it must have felt aggrevated to do something like this.
|Australian news Wrote: |
|"The rays in Australia and particularly in the north are not like those on the Cayman Islands, which are very quiet and allow people to ride on their backs," he said.|
"At this time of the year they are on the lookout for tiger sharks and are very frisky.
Even so he had no business under water.