While reading the "Bear vs." topic earlier, I remembered a conversation that I overheard this weekend:
A: I don't know, I'd say that if sharks could walk on land we'd all be in some deep trouble.
B: It's sad, now that I go to Nature College (Steven's Point), I feel that I have to disagree. Isn't that sad?
A: Sure...What do you mean you disagree?!? If there were sharks on land, we'd all be screwed.
B: I don't think so...sharks tend to eat only small animals and rarely attack for pleasure.
A: But these are land sharks! And besides, I think that once the sharks realize that humans are just as defenseless as most small animals, that'd be it.
What do you think?
Some things to consider (that I also overheard):
Sharks may or may not be able to come to such a realization.
Sharks are very protective of their area.
These are big, mean ass land sharks (as opposed to like a nerf shark).
Once a shark is out of water, it may think differently.
I apologize if I've wasted your time.
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on Wed Mar 24, 2004 10:55 am, edited 1 time in total.