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October 29, 2008


Hernia op to save angelfish


(Thanks to DavCat)


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FIRST, That sounds painful.

SECOND, why on earth would someone perform surgery on a fish?

THIRD, why is it news?

Huh. I knew the Brits have universal health care, but, well.....

Circuit, to answer your SECOND, because cod saved the Queen.

One more reason why one should use the legs when lifting heavy objects . . .

Fourth, why the caution?

circuit7: It's not news. It's The Sun.

Angelfish aren't good eating, anyway.

I'm curious about the anesthetic. ... Do they flush beer through their gills?

It must be hard to operate on something that looks at you like that with those googly eyes.

Surgery, really? It looks like this fish, chilled on a bed of ice, is being filleted. MMM...angelfish...

“I guess it’s a bit extreme to operate on a small tropical fish, but she’s almost family.”

That fish would have been fulshed at my house. I don't think I could get the same warm, fuzzy feeling from a fish as I do from my dog.

That looks like what my granddad did just before we had dinner.

And fifth, why Yellow For Caution??

Small? That's one BIG angelfish....

And fifth, why Yellow For Caution??

Posted by: Steve Haller | 12:04 PM on October 29, 2008

When you read The Sun, you never know what kind of nekkidness questionable content will be on the site

The World According to Carp?

Very interesting details you have observed , thanks for putting up. “The thing always happens that you really believe in and the belief in a thing makes it happen.” by Frank Lloyd Wright.

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