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Today's Poll: 07/03/2015

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Are you excited for Shark Week on Discovery? Submitted By Team Swagbucks, CA
Yes, I love Shark Week
Yes, I will watch it
No
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jcams
on 07/03/15
dumbest poll ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
malakhassan49
on 07/03/15
I don't know whit this is about
vampyressjessika
on 07/03/15
snailmakesart and 1 others liked this  
I wouldn't watch it even if I did get cable cause animals aren't ours to eat, expierment on or be used for entertainment.
Rayneenigh
on 07/03/15
If you take up free-diving or scuba-diving, sooner or later you will come across a shark. It's just the law of averages. I've actually been on numerous free & scuba dives where I've run across Tiger sharks; really, with this breed, they tend to leave you alone if you do the same but only if you're not in their regular hunting area (and it helps not to have any cuts or scrapes that might give them the scent of blood in the water). All that aside, the only sharks I'd stay as far away from as possible are the more aggressive sharks such as the Great Whites. I'd rather be diving and happen upon a pod of Orcas, sperm whales, blue whales, dolphins (esp if you manage to run into an albino dolphin; they're odd in appearance; hwr, they are even more beautiful than a regular dolphin in many ways tho the pod treats them the same as any other member within the pod) and even manatees (the latter are quite beautiful & after seeing them sunning on rocks & the way they can move thru the water, I can almost understand how they've been mistaken as mermaids by sailors hundreds of years ago before modern equipment allowed for distant viewing with modern technology)
bluela
on 07/03/15
aswyatt liked this  
Erm, how is educational programming about sharks "exploitation"? I'd say you have to at least learn a little about a creature if you want to avoid exploiting it or impeding its lifestyle (if you're into that sort of thing). So would a book about sharks be "exploitation," or what?
irienature
on 07/03/15
Also, bike tires, car tires, plastic bags, the glue in book binding and wooden instruments like the violin, and even fireworks.
Get over it.
irienature
on 07/03/15
All plastic used to make computers and phones comes from stearic acid. Stearic acid is made from animal tallow. (fat). The device you use is made from an animal product.
sharistach
on 07/03/15
Just watching the news lately, is too much sharks for me!!
drh0
on 07/03/15
fairmaidenwhite liked this  
Scientifically speaking, "Tunanado" might be more likely.
bluela
on 07/03/15
Isn't Sharknado from the SciFi (not doing their stupid thing) network, not Discovery? I don't watch live TV anymore, so maybe I've misconstrued Shark Week here. . .
EP4ever
on 07/03/15
No, but I'm excited about Peter Reckell, Stephen Nichols and Jason Cook returning to Days of Our Lives for their 50th Anniversary.
bluela
on 07/03/15
I am not a daytime soap watcher, but I love the existence of the genre (hate that so many shows ended), so I'm happy for you and I hope it's great!
shannonbrooke
on 07/03/15
Not interested
bluela
on 07/03/15
No. If I were, I feel like I'd have even less going on in my life than I do now, and that would be hard to imagine. Or I guess I could be excited about it if I were a little kid really into sharks. Otherwise, no. A bunch of TV programming focused on sharks does not excite me.
happystuff
on 07/03/15
I don't get Discovery Channel.
netguyscott
on 07/03/15
Will it come with some shark steak?
Jamie62
on 07/03/15
bluela liked this  
I got better things to get excited about!
Aquamarine84
on 07/03/15
Its gone downhill in the last couple years.
onorespida
on 07/03/15
owenharte liked this  
Cephalopod week was better.
MrsLars
on 07/03/15
Not since Snuffy the Seal . . .
BestNoviNA
on 07/03/15
LOL I don't watch T.V. >_<
shewolf73
on 07/03/15
Don't have cable anymore...it would be great if they were still educational shows about them instead of sensationalizing how they kill. There's nothing wrong with showing how powerful and , yes bad-A (no flag please) they are, but they could do it in a respectful way. Too many of these animal and nature shows on cable have just become focused on the people hunting them or whatever they are doing rather then education these days (Looking at you Animal Planet) I have'nt watched any anymore because of that.
neelielf
on 07/03/15
Excited...NO. Didn't know there was a Shark Week and rarely watch The Discover Channel. Not interested.
bonganitabu
on 07/03/15
you really should check its great!
SilentDragon
on 07/03/15
No cable and I'd probably rather just watch Jaws again than see documentaries/mockumentaries about sharks.
Mozenrath
on 07/03/15
"Excited" is overstating it maybe, but I'll probably watch it some. I do like animal programs.
squarecrafts
on 07/03/15
drh0 and 1 others liked this  
i'm more excited for slug week
drh0
on 07/03/15
Happens every week on WWF, but gets a little old.
Galane
on 07/03/15
ShaggieMcGee and 3 others liked this  
World Wildlife Fund members engaging in fisticuffs? That I'd like to see.

WWF VS WWF was a stupid lawsuit that should have been laughed out of court. World Wildlife Fund claimed World Wrestling Federations use of the letters "WWF" was "confusing" and "forced" them to have to spell out their full name and use their panda bear logo.

Uh, no. Trademark laws *required* them to have to spell out their full name and use their logo. They still won and forced World Wrestling Federation to change their name to World Wrestling Entertainment. WWE can only use their old name and logo as it appears in pre-change archival video of their events and they were allowed to sell existing stocks of merchandise with the WWF logo and name.

IIRC a new DVD of a show like Wrestlemania 3 has to be labeled WWE and/or World Wresting Entertainment but the content can retain the old logo and name.

I was never a big WWF fan but it really makes me mad that World Wildlife Fund got away with their abuse of the law, and even madder that they are NOT suing any other organizations with names that happen to have the initials WWF. If their claim of "confusion" applied to the wrestlers, it must apply to ALL other "WWF" organizations.
Galane
on 07/03/15
MollyAnneRose liked this  
Needs an "I don't have cable or satellite TV so I can't watch it even if I want."
StrangeLiz
on 07/03/15
TemptressWhisky9 and 2 others liked this  
Probably not Shark Week, I know it pulls in ratings, but I'm not a big fan of how all sharks are sensationalized as killers, and they totally lost me when they started putting fiction on the network with that Megalodon thing a couple years back.

I did however happen to be watching NatGeoWild today and saw a very funny honest ad for their "Shark Fest" which I feel merits checking out what they'll have on.

Otherwise, eh sharks. Call me when there's a Creatures of the Abyss Week.
Munce72
on 07/03/15
The only thing that adds to the excitement of Shark Week is a big bag of M&M's.
HimechanKK
on 07/03/15
Nope
hotflash48
on 07/03/15
psrhonnie2 liked this  
All you have to do to see sharks is watch the news.
AngryLoner
on 07/03/15
I probably would watch it but I don't have the Discovery channel.
dinkbinkleman
on 07/03/15
Are they STILL doing that?
DarkPrognosis
on 07/03/15
bluela liked this  
How can anyone get excited about anything on TV. Now to go and swim with the sharks or anything you do in, you know that thing outside called, real life then get excited.
JaguarXing
on 07/03/15
Jelly are cooler.
JaguarXing
on 07/03/15
fairmaidenwhite liked this  
*Jellyfish*
BradleyJM
on 07/03/15
bluela and 4 others liked this  
It's good on toast.
IanNewYasha
on 07/03/15
TemptressWhisky9 and 1 others liked this  
Aww, jam it!
IanNewYasha
on 07/03/15
TemptressWhisky9 liked this  
Shark week has jumped the shark...the only TV I tune into via my cable subscription is pro-wrestling and anime on Toonami.
CeciMill
on 07/03/15
I have much better ways to spend my time than watching that nonsense.
Vaprrenon
on 07/03/15
shewolf73 and 1 others liked this  
I used to be, but ever since they started on the mocumentaries and made-up nonsense I haven't been able to go back to them.
Almanian
on 07/03/15
when they put a shark in a tank with a Nile Croc I will tune in...
PrincessMagic
on 07/03/15
fairmaidenwhite and 1 others liked this  
It is usually on one of our many big screens at work. Can't help thinking about the 11 shark attacks on the east coast tho :-(
drh0
on 07/03/15
squarecrafts liked this  
Why would anyone attack a shark? It's just not nice....
FridayDotCom
on 07/03/15
I like the commercials for shark week :)
aedificabantur
on 07/03/15
Don't watch TV
drh0
on 07/03/15
fairmaidenwhite and 1 others liked this  
Why is there no Shrimp Week?
Punkroku
on 07/03/15
all you can eat!! im more worried about the flesh esting water in florida search for it.
Punkroku
on 07/03/15
maybe anthax is water borne from gruinard island.
Punkroku
on 07/03/15
no i wish they ate swimsuits not people....
framboise2u
on 07/03/15
I cancelled my DirecTV. It's too expensive.
bizteacher
on 07/03/15
SilentDragon and 3 others liked this  
I suspect that the promo ads will be much better than the actual programs.
drh0
on 07/03/15
Not excited. Maybe amused... Shark week bites!
Fury37
on 07/03/15
People still watch TV?
moonster281
on 07/03/15
CrissyL29 liked this  
Don't have cable.

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