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Re: Al Gore wins Nobel Peace Prize

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tabasco_joe wrote:
I have a one beer limit when discussing politics. After that we talk fishing. See you there.


Hell, that shouldn't take long...

Posted on: 2007/12/28 11:03


Re: Al Gore wins Nobel Peace Prize

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Tabasco-Joe,
Most environmental laws are specifically written to IGNORE economic impacts.


Don't worry about the beer thing. I don't recall any fist to cuffs at any of our outings. I used to think that Merl and Mo were going to rumble, but I came to the conclusion that enjoy the bickering

Posted on: 2007/12/29 22:51


Re: Al Gore wins Nobel Peace Prize

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Me and bruno got heated over a flyers vs pens argument. I think the closest thing to a physical fight there was that he might have swayed at me once or twice while walking around. There was no swinging of fists though. All harmless.

Posted on: 2007/12/30 1:20


Re: Al Gore wins Nobel Peace Prize

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ryanh wrote:
Tabasco-Joe,
Most environmental laws are specifically written to IGNORE economic impacts.


Don't worry about the beer thing. I don't recall any fist to cuffs at any of our outings. I used to think that Merl and Mo were going to rumble, but I came to the conclusion that enjoy the bickering


It's not that I'm worried about the discussion getting out of hand. It's that I prefer to spend quality time during fishing trips talking fishing (or hunting). Especially when it's on what I consider my home water. Both my mother and my father's families are from Union County just over the mountain from Woodward. As a toddler my grandfather took me along when he fly fished Penns in the 50s. I've hunted many of those mountains and took my first deer near there. My son caught his first trout on Penns. So it's a very nostalgic place for me.

I'd much rather find out what flies are working, what luck others had, how to tie a certain fly or someone's secret stream. I'm also interested to see how some of the more experienced guys approach the stream, what sections they fish. What other streams in the area they fish. And see if anyone goes to my favorite spot on Penns which is somewhat hard to get to.

Your not really going to change anyone's opinions over a beer unless it wasn't a well thought out idea in the first place. So I don't tend to get very emotional when discussing politics.

Posted on: 2008/1/1 9:39



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