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Old April 10th, 2016, 01:46 AM   #21
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They cost 26 a kilogram in AUS for local caught ones.You can get Asian crap for about 17 a kilo.
I am shore you guys call prawns shrimp. They are the same thing.
Carp is a junk freshwater fish in the US that nobody I knows eats. I think but am not positive there is a little difference between shrimp and prawns. At a fish house in the Philippine Islands I ordered their shrimp. I only got two shrimp and they were giant shrimp that tasted terrible to me but I ate them anyway so not to offend the chef.
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What does USA and AUS for that matter expect.The more factories that close the less export,and that = bigger trade deficit.TRUMP will fix it.Free trade is not fair when China pays there workers 100 per month and we pay our workers 4000 per month.
FREE trade does not work.
Jetson. annual trade deficits are ALWAYS immediately detrimental to their nations’ economies.
There are only two presidential candidates that do actually reject and/or effectively avoid granting any credence to the problem of USA’s chronic global annual trade deficits. Nether Mr. Donald Trump or Senator Bernard Sanders offer any explicit proposals to significantly reduce USA’s annual global trade deficits.

If Trump or Sanders are elected president, don't count upon them to fix anything. They both believe negotiating or re-negotiating is a solution. Mr. Trump further believes he's THE absolute best negotiator.

Renegotiating or “better” negotiating will not induce any entities to behave contrary to what they perceive to be in their own best interests. Refer to the 5:22 Am, April 10, 2016 post.
That’s why I agree with the unilateral transferable “Import Certificate” policy for global trade of goods.

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Old April 10th, 2016, 01:53 AM   #23
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Carp is a junk freshwater fish in the US that nobody I knows eats. I think but am not positive there is a little difference between shrimp and prawns. At a fish house in the Philippine Islands I ordered their shrimp. I only got two shrimp and they were giant shrimp that tasted terrible to me but I ate them anyway so not to offend the chef.
WE have heaps of freshwater carp.They are an introduced species that are wreaking havoc on the our native fish.
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Jetson. annual trade deficits are ALWAYS immediately detrimental to their nations’ economies.
There are only two presidential candidates that do actually reject and/or effectively avoid granting any credence to the problem of USA’s chronic global annual trade deficits. Nether Mr. Donald Trump or Senator Bernard Sanders offer any explicit proposals to significantly reduce USA’s annual global trade deficits.

If Trump or Sanders are elected president, don't count upon them to fix anything. They both believe negotiating or re-negotiating is a solution. Mr. Trump further believes he's THE absolute best negotiator.

Renegotiating or “better” negotiating will not induce any entities to behave contrary to what they perceive to be in their own best interests. Refer to the 5:22 Am, April 10, 2016 post.
That’s why I agree with the unilateral transferable “Import Certificate” policy for global trade of goods.

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I thought I read or seen on tv that Trump was going to raise tariffs on china or abolish free trade.
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WE have heaps of freshwater carp.They are an introduced species that are wreaking havoc on the our native fish.
American Carp are a natural born species in the US. Asian Carp farms were started in the US and the Asian Carp got loose in the Mississippi River and headed north via the Illinois River and canal in an effort to reach the Great Lakes. Millions and millions of dollars have been spent to kill all the Asian Carp that are an invasive species and eat everything they can catch. If Asian Carp reach the Great Lakes, their go our native Lake Perch which are very tasty when fried battered in corn meal.
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Carp is a junk freshwater fish in the US that nobody I knows eats. I think but am not positive there is a little difference between shrimp and prawns. At a fish house in the Philippine Islands I ordered their shrimp. I only got two shrimp and they were giant shrimp that tasted terrible to me but I ate them anyway so not to offend the chef.
Actually carp are the best bait for another crustacean that South Australia is famous for. The blue crab.
Its much nicer than prawns and can be caught 200 feet from my home.In fact this is the best blue crab year in about ten.
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American Carp are a natural born species in the US. Asian Carp farms were started in the US and the Asian Carp got loose in the Mississippi River and headed north via the Illinois River and canal in an effort to reach the Great Lakes. Millions and millions of dollars have been spent to kill all the Asian Carp that are an invasive species and eat everything they can catch. If Asian Carp reach the Great Lakes, their go our native Lake Perch which are very tasty when fried battered in corn meal.
Are you telling me that its your carp that are a magor problem in AUS.I thought they came from UK or Asia but never America.
I am going to peel then eat the final prawns.I cant peel them all at once.I find it frustrating.Might be back in about an hour.
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Are you telling me that its your carp that are a magor problem in AUS.I thought they came from UK or Asia but never America.
I am going to peel then eat the final prawns.I cant peel them all at once.I find it frustrating.Might be back in about an hour.
Sorry if I misled you, American Carp are bottom feeders and have been in our environment for millions of years so we had a happy fish eco-system before Asian Carp were accidently introduced over here. Two different sub-species of fish.
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Sorry if I misled you, American Carp are bottom feeders and have been in our environment for millions of years so we had a happy fish eco-system before Asian Carp were accidently introduced over here. Two different sub-species of fish.
It just came to me,our carp are called European carp and if you catch one its illegal to return it to the water.
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It just came to me,our carp are called European carp and if you catch one its illegal to return it to the water.
Got it, you have no native Carp in Australia. All Carp are junk fish be it European, Asian or American. IMHO
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