Dating a fisherman
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First off, guys who dress in camouflage or fishing wear, equipped with a shotgun or fishing rod, and go after big game are just straight cool.They are a tight-knit bunch and don’t trust outsiders.They’re incredibly superstitious: no women on board, don’t cut sandwiches into triangles, never say ‘rabbit’ [old sea lore dictates that mere mention of the word will bring ill fortune].” Episode one focuses on the hard-bitten crew of the Govenek of Ladram (“Hope of Ladram” in Cornish).“In a way it’s easier for us than for the people left behind,” he says. They’re keeping an eye on the weather, watching trees bend in the wind and what have you. It takes a special kind of woman to stay married to a fisherman.” The big set-piece of the episode is a violent storm, with the Govenek of Ladram pitching and yawing amid 50-foot waves. “These are things most of us never get to experience or express in our day-to-day lives.” The Catch begins on Monday on Channel 4 at 9.00pm The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?
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