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brianhabby

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Digit":1hb3h2l3 said:
It's genuine Brian.

Roy.
I don't doubt. It's a pity all the experts in the world can't find something useful to do.

But then we all know what an expert is don't we.

regards

Brian
 

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Delends on how you define "something useful".
There are many who spend much time standing up for those not so able to help themselves.
Surely we should applaud their efforts and admire these animals, not ridicule them
 

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Though a meat eater I find the idea of eating such intelligent creatures, I won't say animals in this context, pretty awful.

Roy.
 

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brianhabby":2dpinu36 said:
Digit":2dpinu36 said:
It's genuine Brian.

Roy.
I don't doubt. It's a pity all the experts in the world can't find something useful to do.

But then we all know what an expert is don't we.

regards

Brian
Sounds like you are an expert on this. Why should they not be afforded rights? It is well known that dolphins are highly intelligent and capable of making informed decisions. I for one would certainly advocate a bill of rights.
 

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I would add the Great Apes to that as well. I have this vision of ET landing and treating us as pets!

Roy.
 
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