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New York May Ban Shark Fin Sales, Following Other States

• New York Times
Large glass bottles of desiccated shark fins grace the upper shelves of nearly every convenience store and grocery in Chinatown, bearing price tags — from $100 to more than $500 per pound — that reflect the market value of a delicacy that has been served for centuries. 

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It is my sincere opinion that any politically-correct bleeding-heart liberal who wants to ban shark fins should be fed to the evil, blood-thirsty, violent bastards. Sharks are ugly, nasty killers that rival the T Rex for being a "hungry mouth." The kind of brainless Enviro- Mental idiots who would want to protect them should be removed from the gene-pool.