Tue. Jun 25th, 2024

Fishermen in Taiji, Japan, who kill dolphins for a living, are worried that a documentary film about killing dolphins might give the impression that they kill dolphins for a living.

“This is a completely fair and accurate description of what we do for a living,” said one, “and it really pisses us off.”

Another complained that the film completely failed not to mention that the fishermen of Taiji kill dolphins for a living.

“The film seems to be saying that we kill hundreds of dolphins every year, which, in fact, could not be further from the untruth”, said another.

By chris page

Magazine editor, writer of fiction and non-fiction; exile; cat person; red wine for blood and cheese in his soul. Chris Page is the author of the novels Weed, Sanctioned, Another Perfect Day in ****ing Paradise, King of the Undies World, and The Underpants Tree. He is also a freelance journalist, copywriter, editor, cartoonist, illustrator, graphic designer, and consultant in the use and abuse of false moustaches (don’t wear them — you’re welcome — the invoice is in the mail).

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