- Aug 19, 2003
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Its not just ad homs, earlier on in this thread its been suggested that they deserve Darwin Awards.Anyone who goes swimming in open water is engaging in a risky activity. That risk will be raised if there are predators around. If you accept that risk and swim you should accept any consequences. No matter how rare, or tragic they might be. It's a greater chance that you will have a pleasant swim and nothing more.
No one is saying that those who are attacked "deserve it". So can you stop with the ad hom's please.
How is a shark any different from a mackerel (apart from being more vicious)? Why is it ok to kill a mackerel but not a shark?