Man dies in rare fatal shark attack off Florida

Sharks have killed a kite surfer off an Atlantic beach in a rare fatal attack in Florida waters. Full Story
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Quint

Wyoming, PA

#1 Feb 4, 2010
If i see a shark, I kill it. All they are is a big fish, nothing more.
lazhy

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#2 Feb 4, 2010
They should protect pple

Since: Sep 09

San Bernardino, CA

#3 Feb 4, 2010
Shark - "If I see a human I eat it. It's a primate, nothing more."

Looks like Quint has really evolved.

Lazhy - "They" should protect people? Who's "they?"
RDS

Fort Wayne, IN

#4 Feb 4, 2010
My thoughts and prayer's go out to the family. My son & his college baseball team were in Stuart Fl.
last week and some spent a little time in the water, snorkeling and what ever. It's a fear that all parents have when their child places themselves in a risky position....but that's part of everyday life.....again, I pray for the family.
Lizzy

Supply, NC

#5 Feb 4, 2010
sharks are wild animals people are going into their homes messing with their homes and destorying some of their natural habitats.
Louis from Puerto Rico

United States

#6 Feb 4, 2010
Hea rayoo eso esta del carajo. Que nos pasa mundo.
Lizzy

Supply, NC

#7 Feb 4, 2010
Quint wrote:
If i see a shark, I kill it. All they are is a big fish, nothing more.
sharks are living creatures not just big fish
Jon Tracey

Greer, SC

#8 Feb 4, 2010
No way I'm going into an area where there are animals that eat anything that bleeds to live.
Jon Tracey

Greer, SC

#9 Feb 4, 2010
oh and one more thing; i would like to watch Quint wrestle a shark and bite it head off
Heil

Baltimore, MD

#10 Feb 4, 2010
Only the sharks know the truth.
Heil

Baltimore, MD

#11 Feb 4, 2010
PatricParamedic wrote:
Shark - "If I see a human I eat it. It's a primate, nothing more."
Looks like Quint has really evolved.
Lazhy - "They" should protect people? Who's "they?"
Lahzy was referring to those idiots that save the whales and other animals while humans starve. Glad I could enlighten you.
Heil

Baltimore, MD

#12 Feb 4, 2010
Here is an idea, stay out of their home. What would you do if you saw a strange thing in your house? Most of us see spiders and squash them. Well, Sharks see something, they want to know what it is. Unfortunately, they don't have hands, and we are rather weak, so they clamp on, we bleed.
THE RAVEN

Fayetteville, NC

#13 Feb 4, 2010
SOLUTION TO SHARK ATTACK STAY THE HELL OUT OF THEIR DOMAIN.
THEY DON'T COME AND VISIT YOUR RESTAURANTS DO THEY.
Davo

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#14 Feb 4, 2010
They're always there, just in a little closer this time of year.
Anyone who surfs in Florida has seen quite a few in their sessions.
Sure they freak you out, but if the waves are good, aint no way I'm missing that!
Been bumped before and punched the SH*T out of it, mostly hitting water I'm sure, but did enough to get it to take off and focus on the mullet instead
amy beehive

United States

#15 Feb 4, 2010
Due to the unseasonably cold weather, sharks are coming into shallower water. Since millions of tourists come to florida and spend their hard earned money, there is no reason the state can't hire helicopters to fly over the ocean, and warn swimmers when there are sharks in the area! They did this all winter when I lived there years ago.
Joe Bob Needlemeyer

Oklahoma City, OK

#16 Feb 4, 2010
One time a shark bit my Big Johnson surf board and broke all of it's teeth out.
Kenny

San Jose, CA

#17 Feb 4, 2010
well we can rule out him being on the rag!!LOL
A rare shark attack

Minneapolis, MN

#18 Feb 4, 2010
Rare means red in the middle, right?
tina

Chalmette, LA

#19 Feb 4, 2010
i believe that no matter how much they study sharkes,they will never know,what triggers them off.

Since: Sep 09

San Bernardino, CA

#20 Feb 4, 2010
Heil - So you think saving whales & feeding the hungry are mutually exclusive? If so, you have a leak in your brain pan.

See lots of homeless folks with signs that read, "Will Work for Whale Blubber" do you?

This country has plenty of resources to feed the hungry - not one of them includes whale gristle. Grow a brain. Our restaurants & hotels toss out $50 million dollars worth of good food A MONTH because they are forced to, by state health code regulations.

Maybe you ought to start your banter there.

On the other hand, your "Whale Blubber for the Poor" would make a pretty cool bumper sticker - In Japan.

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