Watchers fear gray whale drop

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Gazing past the rolling whitecaps in the middle of San Diego's whale-watching season, boat captain Bill Reese was dismayed by what he wasn't seeing. Full Story
irritated

Menifee, CA

#1 Apr 11, 2010
Other than the native populations listed who hunt for subsistence, there is NO reason to hunt whales. I'm speaking to you JAPAN. Your "science" reasoning for killing whales is nothing but BS. Just like your shark fin soup, your ilk who partake are nothing but savages. The whaling commission is nothing but a hollow shell if they allow whale hunts for advanced nations.
LKF

Sun City, CA

#2 Apr 12, 2010
Just because you don't see them doesn't mean they aren't there. Quit crying.....
Jacques Cousteau

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

#3 Apr 12, 2010
Common sense dictates the ocean is overfished..over polluted and and under attack.
now we are going to drill for oil off the coasts and that will be the last straw
why are we not puttting massive amounts of solar panels in the desert in large numbers and wind farms as well.
oil is not the answer..it is toxic to the enviroment but here we go anyway.
and i aint no greenpeace or al gore disciple either!
BS4Sure

Redondo Beach, CA

#4 Apr 12, 2010
"....International Whaling Commission in June will consider allowing 1,400 gray whales to be hunted over the next decade."
THERE IS NO REASON FOR HUNTING THESE WHALES.
As a species, humans SUCK. We are like vermin overrunning this planet, overbreeding, using all the resources until there is nothing left.
I cannot FATHOM this stupidity.

Since: Apr 10

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#5 Apr 14, 2010
It seems to me that the fear is no use.

Since: Apr 10

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#6 Apr 14, 2010
wake wrote:
It seems to me that the fear is no use.
i think you r right.

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