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  Reply # 1874252 28-Sep-2017 17:48
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Easy. Bluenose. Try some, it's amazing. Also Monkfish. Butterfish is also very nice (Also known as Black Cod) with miso and baked in the oven at high heat.


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  Reply # 1874259 28-Sep-2017 18:02
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Chocolate - oh, hang on ....

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1874262 28-Sep-2017 18:10
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Jellied Eel?

“Lemon fish” ?

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  Reply # 1874263 28-Sep-2017 18:16
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Ling, grouper, sturgeon






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  Reply # 1874268 28-Sep-2017 18:29
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Paparangi:

 

Commenting on a Facebook post does not provide the poster with any more information than that already publicly available on your profile by anyone. The only way your email address is visible to anyone is if it's (stupidly) set to public on your profile. These quizzes really are nothing more than a bit of fun (not for me personally), and a way for Facebook pages to increase engagement (and therefore hopefully gain more likes leading to more ad revenue).

 

 

 

See more about Facebook's privacy settings here: https://www.facebook.com/about/basics

 

 

 

 

I do recall something about the like and share type posts would be set up to harvest likes and then the facebook page with 1million likes is sold to some other outfit who then changes the page to their business page which must be successful as it has 1 million likes.

 

Don't know how they can turn a comment type post into something else though. 


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  Reply # 1874283 28-Sep-2017 18:59
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Geektastic:

 

............... sturgeon

 

 

Nicola? That's right, preferably battered and quickly cooked in boiling oil.


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  Reply # 1874299 28-Sep-2017 19:09
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lungfish


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  Reply # 1874361 28-Sep-2017 21:44
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Wanda? - uh, no sorry that doesn’t work either.

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  Reply # 1874623 29-Sep-2017 11:36
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MikeB4:

 

I have opened up hundreds of fish and I have never found an A in one.

 

 

I have found some P in fish I have opened - at least I think it is P.


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  Reply # 1874627 29-Sep-2017 11:42
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Fishmongers hate him - you'll never guess this one strange fish that doesn't have an "A" in its name...

 

{insert url for weight loss website here with some tangential relationship to headline}


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  Reply # 1874958 29-Sep-2017 21:53
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geek4me:

MikeB4:


I have opened up hundreds of fish and I have never found an A in one.



I have found some P in fish I have opened - at least I think it is P.



If it was a lower-order fish, could it have been ρ? Or is my density showing?

You sure your name isn’t greek4me?

Could it have been Ω3?

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  Reply # 1875346 1-Oct-2017 09:28
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eracode:
geek4me:

 

MikeB4:

 

 

 

I have opened up hundreds of fish and I have never found an A in one.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I have found some P in fish I have opened - at least I think it is P.

 



If it was a lower-order fish, could it have been ρ? Or is my density showing?

You sure your name isn’t greek4me?

Could it have been Ω3?

 

You're right it could have been a Greek ρ. Are the two I's fish have Greek too, I can't see this.


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  Reply # 1875352 1-Oct-2017 09:45
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Choccie fish.

 

Fish burger.


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  Reply # 1884267 16-Oct-2017 12:31
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Grey Mullet

 

 

 

Not to be confused with the Bogan Mullet, which has an 'a' in it, and is a crime against humanity.


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  Reply # 1884269 16-Oct-2017 12:36
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Dairyxox:

 

Fishmongers hate him - you'll never guess this one strange fish that doesn't have an "A" in its name...

 

{insert url for weight loss website here with some tangential relationship to headline}

 

 

I saw one the other day; "doctors furious about [method of getting rid of wrinkles]". My thought was "if doctors are furious about this then it's probably unsafe!"


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