Re: NANFA-- pet store forays

Irate Mormon (
Mon, 3 May 2004 21:18:37 -0400

Quoting BG Granier <>:

PetsMart would have no interest in poisoning fish, but the lefty enviro's would.
My local PetsMart (the only LFS deals strictly in salt) is friendly, they just
don't stock anything interesting (not "bread and butter"). I'm very familiar
with how the corporate world works, and I see nothing sinister (excluding old
latin textbook jokes) in this.

> Casper,
> Wish that I could, but the LFS's have all but gone out-of-business down
> here! The Petsmart's and Petco's have taken over and are not user-friendly
> at-all...........
> Had a friend that was breeding African Cichlids by the 1000's and guess
> what, he arrived-in-his aquaculture farm one morning to find that all his
> stock had been poisoned, sabotaged and therefore ruined his operation.
> They didn't burn him out, just used chemical methods to ruin him and that's
> what I find so suspicious, if you know what I mean!
> Maybe I'm paranoid, but I don't think so. Have you ever tried to even "give"
> fish to a big retailor that I've previously mentioned? They say that they
> have no way to accept them........hummmmmm.

Charter member, DNRC

To me, it's a good idea to always carry two sacks of something when you walk
around. That way, if anybody says, "Hey, can you give me a hand?" You can say,
"Sorry, got these sacks."
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