The Life of a Fish - 1world1eye
Workers head back after seining fish from some of the 1,150 acres of ponds across the company grounds.  Although business has been steadily growning, when asked about the future, current owner Donny Pool says "During the '80s, most people only had three television stations, they only had maybe four or five radio stations. So, at night, they enjoyed watching their fish. That was part of their entertainment. Then computers came out. You got AOL, and the computers started getting faster. As the computer technology got better and better, people started spending more time on computers and less time messing with their aquarium ... Now, if they want to see fish, they just put it on their screensaver."

Workers head back after seining fish from some of the 1,150 acres of ponds across the company grounds. Although business has been steadily growning, when asked about the future, current owner Donny Pool says "During the '80s, most people only had three television stations, they only had maybe four or five radio stations. So, at night, they enjoyed watching their fish. That was part of their entertainment. Then computers came out. You got AOL, and the computers started getting faster. As the computer technology got better and better, people started spending more time on computers and less time messing with their aquarium ... Now, if they want to see fish, they just put it on their screensaver."

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