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MntkaFishin

Sudden illness due to weather!!!!!!!

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MntkaFishin

I've come down with a sudden case of what I call "The Spring Itch". The doctor told me the only remedy is leaving work early and getting the boat out on the water. Due to doc's orders I'm outta here, c-ya on the water.

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use2bwalleyefanatic

I talked to my boss, the beautiul bride, and she said if I leave work early I had better make sure the boat is filled with gas because it's going to be quite a while before I'm welcome back at home. I think I'll be working a full day today and perhaps a little OT.

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Questor

I fully understand. Sometimes I feel too good to work. Kinda like a reverse sick day.

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waskawood

I just tell um to call "Bob from account-temps". grin.gif

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Muskycrazy

Fill the boat - kick her out - go fishing .

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icehousebob

I'm too dedicated to call in sick for fishing. Last week I put in five 12 hour night shifts. Now I have to work the weekend. BUT, starting next Tuesday I have a seven day weekend and my kinfolk in South Dakota have told me where the Northerns and Walleys are biting, so I'm going to do my part in giving those fish some much needed exersize. The pictures they have sent me show me that the fish are greatly overweight.

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croixeyes

I called in with and eye problem.I just cant see coming into work grin.gif

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ole matty

i got kicked out of the house due not to fishin enough so i got to fish alot this wknd to get back in the house grin.gif

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papabear

I perscribe about 10 crappies, watching a bobber is proven to improve fision or vision, I am concerned about everyones vitamin D levels so I perscribe lots of sun.

you can excercise too. but start ultra light and work your way up to medium light by May 12 and then muskie, sorry, heavy weight by the begining of June. If you need to there are resorts, sorry "spas", that cater to your condition some have personal guides, sorry again, "trainers" who can teach you excercise techniques and locations to practice them.

Hope you all feel better by july, if not continue regime until cured, divorced, or fired.

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croixeyes

Thank you DR.Papabear..Ill stick to this remedy until I get the desired results.Sounds like im gonna be fighting this ailment fors years though.. wink.gif

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