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  • January 29, 2014

    Don’t Forget – Mail Your CA Lobster Report Card To The DFG

    I was looking online for female prisoners to write – I find that I have a better response rate writing chicks in prison than any dating site that I have ever tried.

    I came across this hot chick due to be paroled soon, and looked what she is in for…*


    Oh, shit!

    She didn’t mail in her California lobster report card that’s due every year by January 31st, of the following year.

    It’s all computerized now, and unlike the lobster report cards from previous years and jury duty notices, they know who doesn’t send them in.

    Mail them to:

    California Department of Fish and Game
    Lobster Report Card
    3883 Ruffin Road
    San Diego, CA 92123

    Obviously, if you never bought a California Lobster Report Card, this does not apply to you.

    If you did, and never caught any lobsters, mail in your blank one.

    In other news, sorry, but I have been out of the water this month.

    Conditions have been hit or miss:


    Also, a close family member has been diagnosed with Cancer and will be undergoing surgery early next month.

    I am scheduled to be on a boat this coming Sunday, so if everything goes well, I should have another diving post.

    * OK, if you’ve read this far, no – you don’t go to prison for not sending in your Lobster Report Card.

    That part was a joke; that is all.

    January 14, 2014

    Scientists To Monitor California Kelp Forests For Fukushima Radiation

    A glowing fish

    Almost 70 years after the United States nuked the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the Japanese are inadvertently nuking the shores of the Western United States.

    Paul Joseph Watson
    January 14, 2014

    While publicly downplaying the threat posed by Fukushima radiation to the west coast, government scientists are preparing to monitor kelp forests across the entire state of California for contamination from the crippled nuclear power plant.

    19 academic and government institutions will take part in the project, dubbed Kelp Watch 2014, which will collect samples of Giant Kelp and Bull Kelp from across the entire Californian coastline.

    Sampling will begin next month and end in late winter, with scientists from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory involved in the study.

    “It is imperative that we monitor this coastal forest for any radioactive contaminants that will be arriving this year in the ocean currents from the Fukushima disaster,” CSULB biology professor Steven L. Manley Manley told CBS News.

    Experts at the Institute for Cross-Disciplinary Physics and Complex Systems in Spain have concluded that the plume of radioactive cesium-137 released by the Fukushima disaster in 2011 will begin reaching U.S. coastal waters in early 2014.

    While publicly scoffing at independent researchers concerned about Fukushima radiation, public health authorities have been making preparations which many see as being connected to the ongoing crisis at the Daiichi nuclear plant.

    The entire, original article can be found here: Scientists to Monitor California Kelp Forests For Fukushima Radiation

    However, some news sources say there is nothing to worry about…

    Stop Worrying About Fukushima Radiation!

    Regardless, I will keep diving these waters and balance out any radiation exposure by opting out of going through the porno scanners at the airport.

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