A few clips from my snap earlier. I’ve been more active on there recently, follow me for more hair & barber related stuff as well as other stuff in my life I find interesting or just about me!
Snapchat 👻: kingdillyy
I call her purple rain, a ear to ear lace frontal asymmetrical Bob colored and slayed by dazzlestyles, unit is available dm if interested she will be available on dazzlestylesonline.com within the next hour or two
Realised today I never uploaded a pic of my put together @quersus.uk chair. I love the sleek design of this chair so much! You can also get a personalised head cushion with your gamer tag and choose the font! Thank you so much @quersus ❤️🎮
THIS is where sharks belong. Not fighting for their life at the end of a line, unable to understand they’re part of a game. The photo we posted yesterday of a man with a legally caught hammerhead doesn't match the story given by the fishermen themselves. The photo was released by the fisherman & carried on the news. Our post was not meant to be a witch hunt & our message is not about this 1 man. The size of the shark made this catch remarkable- but catching sharks for sport isn’t- it happens daily.
Many on our team are scientists- we've lost fish during our research entirely unintentionally; it is completely shattering & devastating for us. But after witnessing these horrible losses, we don't straddle the fish, pry its jaw open & take a photo on its back looking thrilled. It’s the total lack of respect shown to this shark that infuriates us. It is a glaring reminder of why everyone should be cognisant of what they do & that their actions have consequences.
Feeling outraged? Good- take action to advance the conversation. This happens all over the world, daily. It is not about 1 man, community or country. Sportfishing is a reality - whether or not we like it. For successful conservation & to prevent this from continuing to happen legally, we must have conversations including many fishermen. We can’t simply tell people to stop without providing education, context & alternatives. Insulting each other never helps. We must aim to understand all views & function respectfully. We need each other. We posted the photo & caption (please actually read it!) to start a conversation- it did! We work with fishermen in Mexico & have seen the difference it makes when all voices are heard. Our hearts break seeing sharks like this, but we listen. Many fishermen do care for the ocean- they don’t want population declines or polluted waters either. Even if we don’t support each other’s actions, we are all humans that rely on the same ocean.
So we ask: what are your practical solutions? If you’re willing to engage in respectful, thoughtful conversations, we are here to listen & engage. We drive change & are working towards a better future. Join us. 📷: @reefhunter