ON THIN ICE
It's "what goes around, comes around" at its best.
Harp seal hunters are stranded in the ice off Newfoundland's northeast coast.
Right now, Canadian coast guard icebreakers are battling to free the nearly 100 sealing vessels that have been trapped there since last week. Some of the hunters had to flee their ships to keep from being crushed by the shifting icebergs.
Gee, too bad.
Too bad the seal murderers couldn't be taken out in the same manner they eliminate their helpless victims ... with a hooked club to the head.
But then again, that's too humane for them.
The good news is their dire situation may have saved 60,000 baby seals from being clubbed to death.
Don't buy coats made with seal fur and boycott Canadian seafood. To show your support for a seal-hunt ban and to help stop the slaughter, go to International Fund for Animal Welfare, Harpseals.org or the Humane Society of the United State for more information. (AP photos)