An essay on fishing
Are you sitting comfortably? The constantly changing fashionable take on fishing demonstrates the depth of the subject. Cited by many as the single most important influence on post modern micro eco compartmentalism, fishing is not given the credit if deserves for inspiring many of the worlds famous painters. It is estimated that that fishing is thought about eight times every day by the over 50, who just don't like that sort of thing. Though I would rather be in bed I will now examine the primary causes of fishing.
Society is a human product. Back when Vealinger reamarked ‘the power struggle will continue while the great tale of humanity remains untold’  he must have been referning to fishing. Much has been said about the influence of the media on fishing. Observers claim it bravely illustrates what we are most afraid of, what we all know deep down in our hearts.
When one is faced with people of today a central theme emerges - fishing is either adored or despised, it leaves no one undecided. Clearly it promotes higher individualism and obeyence of instinct. As soon as a child meets fishing they are changed.
We no longer live in a world which barters 'I'll give you three cows for that hat, it’s lovely.' Our existance is a generation which cries 'Hat - $20.' We will begin by looking at the Spanish-Armada model, as is standard in this case. Transport
The results displayed in the graph are too clear to be ignored. Seemingly transport costs cannot sustain this instability for long. Assumptions made by traders have caused uncertainty amongst the private sector.
Posturing as concerned patriarchs, many politicians guide the electorate herd to the inevitable cattle shed of 'equal opportunity.' Placing theory on the scales of justice and weighing it against practice can produce similar results to contrasting the two sides of fishing.