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  • MalahatTwo7
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    Sky-hooks are good to grab too.

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  • rhvfd1214
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    Wake up, little thread.. Have some coffee.. You don't want the After Hours Pub thread to pass you in the number of replies.. You have too much history..


    What is your favorite tool to get off the truck? I like the water hammer..

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  • rhvfd1214
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    Originally posted by ullrichk View Post
    Why's it gotta be black? Are you makin this an issue?
    Usually, after the wayward driver has turned several rounds on top of the once steady roadway, it will actually have a brown tint, eminating from their pants... Facts are facts.. I do not discriminate against red either, but I haven't seen much red ice, except for at the local Slush Puppy counter. I think that technically, they call it "Cherry." As further proof of water's attacks, if you eat the Cherry Slushie too fast, it attacks your brain, causing severe headaches after turning your tongue a bright red color..

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  • MalahatTwo7
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    Originally posted by ullrichk View Post
    Why's it gotta be black? Are you makin this an issue?
    He means that the Molson Beer truck rolled over.
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  • ullrichk
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    Originally posted by rhvfd1214 View Post
    Watch for that mysterious "Black Ice" that causes mayhem on the roadways we depend on.. ...
    Why's it gotta be black? Are you makin this an issue?

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  • rhvfd1214
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    It's a water rebellion!!

    After years of being sprayed into the heart of fire, our friend, H20 is trying to get back at us. It's slowly trying to dissolve away at our lives and cover the entire earth! Beware! It's already got control of over 70% and can only get worse. In all of its forms, water is trying to take us out! Be on the lookout for the runaway nozzles!!! Watch for that mysterious "Black Ice" that causes mayhem on the roadways we depend on.. Try to avoid the evil "thick fog" that blankets areas causing havoc. You have been warned...

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  • firecat1
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    Originally posted by hwoods View Post
    Ice Fishing is Easy. Last time I went, I caught 200 Lbs of Ice in the first hour.................
    I must be using the right bait then, 'cause I caught some serious ice last Friday. Or do I mean it caught me? OW

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  • hwoods
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    Nothing New Here...............

    Originally posted by RspctFrmCalgary View Post
    Look on the bright side, Cat. Now you'll be able to try ICE FISHING! hehe
    Ice Fishing is Easy. Last time I went, I caught 200 Lbs of Ice in the first hour.................

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  • rhvfd1214
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    I struggled too much with my bow, so I sold it to my cousin. I paid $50 for it used and stripped down, spent over $150 on sites, arrows, broadheads, a case, and quiver, then had it tuned professionally. I shot it a few times, lost two arrows, and decided guns work better. I sold it for $50, with accessories. I'm still on my first box of shells for my 30/30 Marlin, and have killed several deer with it. I bought it new in 1996. I think it was a better deal. I have a few more boxes of ammo, but still have 6 rounds left from the original box of 20 that I got when I bought the gun.

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  • firecat1
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    Originally posted by rhvfd1214 View Post
    Arrows are very quiet, just be sure to cover vehicle bumper with blood, and make story sound good about running over top of deer, after it fell.

    We've got a fishing tournament this Saturday, Low of 24, High of 48. Sounds like fun... At least it will be mostly sunny.
    LOL!!! Me? With a bow and arrow? I'd probably hurt myself!

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  • rhvfd1214
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    Originally posted by firecat1 View Post
    I've seen 'em, just can't hunt 'em. *sigh*
    Arrows are very quiet, just be sure to cover vehicle bumper with blood, and make story sound good about running over top of deer, after it fell.

    We've got a fishing tournament this Saturday, Low of 24, High of 48. Sounds like fun... At least it will be mostly sunny.

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  • firecat1
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    I've seen 'em, just can't hunt 'em. *sigh*

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  • rhvfd1214
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    It's hard to believe that this thread still ONLY rates 4 stars...

    I guess we need to come up with more clever ideas and rants..

    Has anyone had any success with their respective deer seasons??

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  • firecat1
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    The snow machine can be turned off now please.

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  • rhvfd1214
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    I don't understand why ice fishing is so hard. All you need is some salt and dental floss.
    1) Take length of dental floss and lay on top of ice.
    2) Sprinkle salt on top of ice and dental floss.
    3) Wait a few seconds.
    4) Pull ice cube from coke and rum, enjoy drink.

    I need to find somebody to ride down to Pearl, MS Sunday. The trip to Bass Pro is actually our State Bass Federation's November meeting. That means, despite all the fun of browsing the store, we will spend about two hours in the conference room talking about the State Tournament (May 2009) and all the things that go along with being a Federation member club.

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