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Re: Do you consider it ethical to advertise small streams?

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No, only suckers. Only the suckers are left.


I don't know. Suckers are slimy. How do you walk across the backs of them??


You must goto the Little Lehigh for that. CmCacklin will post a TPO video extolling its virtues shortly, I'm sure.

You can walk across the spare tires strewn in the Monocacy, though, without getting wet. There was also the day I fished (oddly enough, for suckers!) over first the trans, and then an engine block.

I didn't stop to look at the serial, it was an I4, nothing interesting.

Posted on: 2010/9/28 15:13


Re: Do you consider it ethical to advertise small streams?

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dude quit spot burning the kiddy pool!!

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Re: Do you consider it ethical to advertise small streams?

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I've got a post with GPS co-ordinates to the nicest pools in the Monocacy park, y'know, for suckers.

I'll be updating that with pictures and bucket counts for next year's "contests," doncha worry.

Posted on: 2010/9/28 15:35
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Re: Do you consider it ethical to advertise small streams?

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any chance there are some healthy raccoons devouring sucker meat along there? trapping season is coming up ya know.

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Re: Do you consider it ethical to advertise small streams?

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Only wild life I've ever seen are unruly children, and the occasional unleashed dog.

Feel free to trap both.

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Re: Do you consider it ethical to advertise small streams?

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well, thanks to all who helped destroy the dignity of this page. IF you'll excuse me I think I'll go delete the 99 MORE messages in my inbox. Can we grow up?

Posted on: 2010/9/28 20:31
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Re: Do you consider it ethical to advertise small streams?

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With all due respect, you are the one that keeps bumping the thread.

Posted on: 2010/9/28 20:32


Re: Do you consider it ethical to advertise small streams?

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I do take partial blame for this..

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Re: Do you consider it ethical to advertise small streams?

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OH i get it!!! he has a email notification sent when someone responds to the threaddddd...not his inbox on pafff.com...but his email inbox!! gee im dumb i was tryin forever to figure out how you got 86 messages over this...now it makes sense!

edit: i see if could be his paff inbox if that is where the notification is directed...didnt see that option i simply assumed it went straight to an email account...but noooowwww i get it!

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Re: Do you consider it ethical to advertise small streams?

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LOL. I think you're right.

Tossin,

Disable notifications. Bottom of the page... uncheck the check box.

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Re: Do you consider it ethical to advertise small streams?

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Hahahh thank youuuuuuu!

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Re: Do you consider it ethical to advertise small streams?

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well, thanks to all who helped destroy the dignity of this page.


This "page" never had any dignity.

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OH i get it!!! he has a email notification sent when someone responds to the threaddddd...not his inbox on pafff.com...but his email inbox!! gee im dumb i was tryin forever to figure out how you got 86 messages over this...now it makes sense! edit: i see if could be his paff inbox if that is where the notification is directed...didnt see that option i simply assumed it went straight to an email account...but noooowwww i get it!


Nice job! Not only did you fix his problem but you made me laugh quite heartily. I had gone back and read his posts wondering why people were hammering him.

Posted on: 2010/9/28 20:51


Re: Do you consider it ethical to advertise small streams?

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cmc's post is missing a "eureka!"

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Re: Do you consider it ethical to advertise small streams?

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His excitement at cracking the code was pretty evident. The Eureka and a few more !!!!! would have sealed the deal.

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!!!!!!!!!

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