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July 12, 2007

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Rachel

Beautiful writing...

ariel

holy crap thats scary thats where jaws came from

GreenmanTim

Janice, you are very kind to say so.

Janice Brown

Tim,

Thank you for this superbly written article.

J

Tour Marm

Some random thoughts:

I grew up with the vision of Copley's 'Watson and the Shark' and that instilled fear in me. I have never been able to watch 'Jaws'!

For six years I lived in St. Petersburg Beach, FL and occasionally there were sharks in the Gulf. I normally swam only when I saw dolphins, but found out later that it was a myth that dolphins were a shark deterrent.

Both of Kelsey Grammar's half brothers were killed in a shark attack.

There were cautions concerning the wearing of jewelry (anything shiny) and women swimming at the 'wrong time of month'.

http://www.contemplator.com/sea/chivshark.html
Om the lighter side, you might enjoy this song:

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