May 2010
Ausmarine;May2010, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p12
Trade Publication
The article comments on issues dealing with fishermen and life in the seas. The author shares some superstitions he heard as a child who grew up in the Isle of Man, including about the tarroo ushtey, believed to be a bull-like monster in the sea that sometimes come ashore and eat people. Another superstition is about turning a boat the sun as giving bad luck. He laments the quality of a canned tune he bought in Thailand and points out the need for better labelling of canned products.


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