"I recently read an article about Watson in the New Yorker and what struck me was the fact that the guy is a life-long loser. He was very late in finishing high-school; he never had a job as a teen but instead lived on a beach, effectively he was a teenage bum; when he did go to university he never finished his degree which interestingly enough was communications rather than anything to do with marine life; when he became interested in roaming the sea he could not apply himself to become a certified captain, the title he uses is basically a joke; finally his actions while trying to "save" different marine species have caused more harm than good to those species and over the span of his "career" he has never saved anything, a life-long loser."
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Sealing: A Rightful Occupation
IT'S NOW four decades since animal rights groups started their anti-sealing campaigns in Canada that have raised for them hundreds of million of dollars.

During this time Canadian sealers have taken their yearly quotas while more than doubling the population of the harp seal herd to over five million animals.

So is sealing a conservation issue? Obviously no. Harp seals are not and never have been on any respected international list of either endangered or threatened species.
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