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Why no 'fish' in UK?


kombizz 11 592 1 United States
19 Oct 2011 9:07AM
Why no 'fish' in UK?
Might be plenty of them in the US, but not many in UK ?
I wonder why?
Do you know the reasons?

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digicammad 13 22.0k 37 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2011 9:11AM
Plenty of fish here, I had cod and chips just the other day.
adrian_w Plus
9 3.6k 4 Scotland
19 Oct 2011 9:34AM
No fish here because the Spanish fishing fleet take them all.
kombizz 11 592 1 United States
19 Oct 2011 9:45AM

Quote:No fish here because the Spanish fishing fleet take them all.

poor Brits!
mohikan22 12 2.3k 2 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2011 10:03AM
i caught a flounder just a week ago. certainly still fish here D:
Tooth 11 5.8k 227 Ireland
19 Oct 2011 10:35AM
and you're bothered because???
joolsb 11 27.1k 38 Switzerland
19 Oct 2011 10:45AM
He's floundering around for stuff to start threads about....
Stubill 8 107 England
19 Oct 2011 11:31AM
What on earth are you talking a pout ?
dwilkin 9 24.3k United Kingdom
19 Oct 2011 11:37AM
For Cod's sake - not another fish pun thread...
Carabosse Plus
13 40.0k 269 England
19 Oct 2011 11:40AM
Kombizz is certainly hooked on these random threads..................
Andy_Cundell 5 1.1k 5 England
19 Oct 2011 12:02PM
LMAO! What are you lot like!!!!!

In 'proper' responce to Kombizz's thread, it does seem a little outrageous that an American company wished to impose their countries copyright law in a country where they have no 'customers'. Unfortunately, everyone is out to make money these days and will try anything to do it!

Andy
kombizz 11 592 1 United States
19 Oct 2011 1:13PM

Quote:LMAO! What are you lot like!!!!!

In 'proper' responce to Kombizz's thread, it does seem a little outrageous that an American company wished to impose their countries copyright law in a country where they have no 'customers'. Unfortunately, everyone is out to make money these days and will try anything to do it!

Andy


Among all these rubbish answers, I found your answer more logical.
I guess you are a real person who follow the news.
keithh Plus
12 25.0k 33 Wallis And Futuna
19 Oct 2011 1:17PM
News is relative
Martin54 Plus
10 536 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2011 1:18PM

Quote:Why no 'fish' in UK?


Don't tell him Pike!
keith selmes 12 7.1k 1 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2011 1:21PM

Quote:an American company wished to impose their countries copyright law i
sounds like they were trying to use british trademark law

Reminds me of of a story about Sir Winston Churchill. He once contacted an american author called Winston Churchill, and suggested the american should change his name to avoid confusion. I think the reply was not too polite, and was roughly on the lines of "you first".

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