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I'm not lying

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Red Lake crappie fishing has got to be the most fun a man can have with his clothes on.


And they are HOT!!!

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OH YEAH !!! YOU WANNA TAKE A POLYGRAPH ? HUH ? HUH?

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CAREFULLLLLLL smile.gifsmile.gifsmile.gifsmile.gifsmile.gif

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OH YEAH!! YOU GOT PICTURES ?? WELL I DONT THINK YOU MEASURED IT RIGHT!!!!!!! grin.gif

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Ninetoes.....Be careful.....I hear polygraph tests can cost an arm and a leg......OR A TOE !!

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Hey I cant spare any more toes!! Forget the polygraph,,,,HEY MAN YOU WANNA TAKE A D.N.A. TEST ?? HUH??? grin.gif

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NINETOE,
Take some deep breaths, imagine some quite serene place with the smooth calming voice of Johnny Cash. There, are you calming down? Just be patient,,,you'll soon be able to go fishing again. But until then we're having a blast! smile.gif How is your work going? tongue.gif

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RELAX ?,,,,YOU RELAX MAN !!!! IM GONNA CATCH 500 CRAPPIES IN 28 MINUTES MAN!!! WHAT DO YA THINK OF THAT ??? HUH?? HUH?? wink.gif

I only work so that I may fish..... smile.gif

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I like to call it embelisment. (sp)

Besides I can tell when a fishermen lie's without all that scientific stuff.
He opens his mouth. grin.gif

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I bet that Johnny Cash song is"BURNING RING OF FIRE" HEHEHEHE

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Just pokin a little fun !!!!

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Better to hear " Ring of Fire " than " A Sunday Morning Comming Down " any day!

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i BET THAT AFTER A SAT. NITE AT W.W. IT MUST FEEL LIKE "SUNDAY MORNING COMIN DOWN" RIGHT ON YOUR HEAD. HEHEHE tongue.gif

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Jar Jar , you got that right , but the worst part is that I have to go home! And its 300 miles!!! And I drove alone!!! And I talk to the radio but i get no answers back!!! smile.gif

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I live in wisc. outside duluth and that night we were up there(CONDOR) it took three of us to drive home.I think after awhile you start talking to snores blush.gif

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So this is how cabin fever manifests itself. Could there be some sort of mental illness a person can get from eating too many crappies?

Drop

another

batch

into

the

oil...


burp.

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My journalism professor always used to say, "A little controversy is very good for business."

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And I, ...am not lying...!

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