Filipino fishermen set sail in fridges after typhoon wrecks their boats

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Fishermen carry a boat made from a broken fridge to the beach in Tanauan on Nov. 20, 2013.

Damir Sagolj / Reuters
A net containing the day’s catch.
Usually a fisherman catches a fish and puts it in the fridge. In one typhoon-wrecked Filipino village, fishermen are putting themselves in the fridge and then going fishing.
Typhoon Haiyan crashed into the central Philippines on Nov. 8, laying waste to just about everything in its path, including the long, stylish fishing boats moored along beaches.
Jimmy Obaldo, 52, was the first of Tanauan’s fishermen to try it out. “We got the idea from my children – they just asked me if we could use it as a boat,” he said.
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2 Responses to “Filipino fishermen set sail in fridges after typhoon wrecks their boats”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi Tap, According to Rumor Mill News, the ARCO owned SBX sea based HAARP was in the are at the time.
    This SBX was used to triangulate another two land based units.
    This is what Dutchsinse saw on radar.

  2. salty says:

    Israeli Navy Sinks A Palestinian Fishing Boats In Southern Gaza

    Saturday April 02, 2016.


    Cameron stands with Israel

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