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    curioustiy killed the cat....




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    I just got through checking the messages in my spam-blocker, and missed one that I wish I had opened, maybe somebody can send me a link.. It said that my "dream of having a large PEN is no longer just a dream." It also said something about the pen being 7inches or longer. That would be about the right size to write with. I could use a bigger pen to help with my paperwork for my job. The Parker Pens I use can cause hand cramps.

    I also had a lot of spam messages that had nothing to do with Spam at all. They shouldn't be allowed to advertise false claims like that..
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    I have a plan so cunning you could pin a tail on it and call it a weasel.

    I will do a Weruj to this thread.

    Excuse me we are all over HERE.
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    My God Ian! Could you not have dug a little deeper and found an older thread than that???
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    Quote Originally Posted by firemonkey311 View Post
    curioustiy killed the cat....
    HEY!!! It did not! I'm still very much alive!!!

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    Rick.

    The trick was to find one that was locked by the webteam that cannot be posted too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firecat1 View Post
    HEY!!! It did not! I'm still very much alive!!!
    You got eight left
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    If this aint a Thread Killer then I dont know what is:

    Parents Upset Over Jesus Vs. Santa Handout
    School Board Investigating Links On Teacher's Class Web Page

    POSTED: 3:38 pm EST January 25, 2008
    UPDATED: 6:19 pm EST January 25, 2008

    IRASBURG, Vt. -- Parents in Irasburg, Vt., said a teacher crossed the line between church and state when he gave out a handout entitled, "Why Jesus is Better than Santa Claus."

    Parents also said that the handout is reflective of a pattern of religious-themed material being given by Irasburg Village School language arts teacher Wally Rogers.

    Mel Downs, a father of a seventh-grader at the school, said Rogers has the Ten Commandments on a classroom wall and religious-themed books on the shelves. Downs said he contacted the American Civil Liberties Union, which sent a letter to the school's superintendent.

    Downs said he doesn't want other people teaching his kids religious beliefs contrary to his own.

    The school's principal, Paul Simmons, said the Ten Commandments poster and questionable books were removed from the classroom. He also said he's observed Roger's class several times and never heard him speak about religious material.

    The school board is currently investigating religious links on Roger's Web page on the school Web site. They also issued a reminder to all teachers that religious beliefs should not be shared in the classroom.

    On Friday, several parents said they will keep their kids at home until the matter is resolved.

    Distributed by Internet Broadcasting.
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    Just for the fun of it does anyone know if teachers are allowed to wear say a crucifix or star of David on a chain?

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    "Irasburg Village School language ARTS teacher"

    I guess religious art doesn't count as art.
    That means the painting of "The Last Supper" isn't art.

    Where was I?? I got side-tracked. Oh, wait..

    We were supposed to be killing threads...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhvfd1214 View Post
    "Irasburg Village School language ARTS teacher"

    I guess religious art doesn't count as art.
    That means the painting of "The Last Supper" isn't art.

    Where was I?? I got side-tracked. Oh, wait..

    We were supposed to be killing threads...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LEWTFL View Post
    Just for the fun of it does anyone know if teachers are allowed to wear say a crucifix or star of David on a chain?
    It's not a crucifix or even a cross. It's a giant "t" for teacher, or maybe that's a "t" for thread killer.. And, no, it's not the star of David, it is your geometry homework, now quick, figure the area inside of the two intersecting triangles..


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    I know some teachers

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    Sure, but will they hand out fig newtons?

    Or wear geometric designed jewelry?

    Or go fishing with fig newtons attached to geometric jewelry in lieu of a hook?

    And do they use thread istead of line to kill the fish?

    Are they really thread killers???

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    Is that something you learn in home ec?? Maybe MacGyver would use thread and fig newtons to catch fish. But if someone killed the thread, then what?

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    Then it would rise from the ashes to become bigger and stronger than it was.

    Sort of like that place named for that bird.

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    Atlanta? It rose from the ashes, home for the Falcons...


    I wonder if Falcons like to eat newtons...


    Phenix City, AL is a long way from Phoenix, AZ, are they related..

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    Read'm and weep boys. Read'm and weep.

    Howard Co. Man Catches State's Largest Largemouth Bass

    POSTED: 1:59 pm EST February 1, 2008
    UPDATED: 2:11 pm EST February 1, 2008

    WOODBINE, Md. -- State environmental officials said a Howard County man caught a new state record largemouth bass.

    Justin Riley and his father, Ed, of Woodbine, were fishing last weekend in the Potomac River when Justin hooked the big fish. Riley said he fought the fish for 10 minutes before bringing it to the surface.

    The official measurements are 11 pounds, 3 ounces and a length of just over 24 inches. That breaks the 1975 record of 9 pounds and 1 ounce for a largemouth caught in the Pocomoke River on the Eastern Shore.

    Bass Pro Shops at Arundel Mills Mall in Hanover will place the fish on display.

    Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MalahatTwo7 View Post
    Read'm and weep boys. Read'm and weep.

    Howard Co. Man Catches State's Largest Largemouth Bass

    POSTED: 1:59 pm EST February 1, 2008
    UPDATED: 2:11 pm EST February 1, 2008

    WOODBINE, Md. -- State environmental officials said a Howard County man caught a new state record largemouth bass.

    Justin Riley and his father, Ed, of Woodbine, were fishing last weekend in the Potomac River when Justin hooked the big fish. Riley said he fought the fish for 10 minutes before bringing it to the surface.

    The official measurements are 11 pounds, 3 ounces and a length of just over 24 inches. That breaks the 1975 record of 9 pounds and 1 ounce for a largemouth caught in the Pocomoke River on the Eastern Shore.

    Bass Pro Shops at Arundel Mills Mall in Hanover will place the fish on display.

    Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MalahatTwo7 View Post
    Read'm and weep boys. Read'm and weep.

    If the boys have to weep, does that mean the girls can laugh our a---s off?

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    Guys and Gals, as a new guy here, I have one question. Where do you get all of these jokes and news?

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    No, they cannot, because that would be just plain mean.

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    Thumbs up

    A jealous person might cry...(sniff), but I would like to offer, (sniff), a big thumbs up! The sooner we can rid the waters of fish like these, the better chances Harve will have at those 30 plus pound channels and blues. It's good to know that the fish will live a pampered life at the Bass Pro Shops. That beats the heck out of being scaled and fried.. Did anybody hear what bait he used?

    Here is the story from the BassFan website:

    Riley's possible Potomac record 1/28/2008


    Maryland angler Justin Riley contacted BassFan this weekend with the news that he believes he caught a new Maryland-record largemouth from the Potomac River during a U.S. Angler's Choice event.

    "On the 26th of January I caught a largemouth bass that weighed 11.18 pounds on certified scales in a tournament," he said. "This fish is 2 pounds larger than the current state-record tidal fish that has been standing for over 20 years, and also weighs 1 ounce more than the existing freshwater state record. I transported the fish to Bass Pro Shops alive and it's currently in the quarantine tank awaiting the final approval from the Dept. of Natural Resources."

    > The existing Maryland freshwater largemouth record is 11-02, caught by Rodney Cockrell from a farm pond in 1983.

    > The existing "tidal" (or Chesapeake Bay) record largemouth is 9-01, caught by J.D. Noell from the Pocomoke River in 1975.
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    Thumbs up And.............

    Good job by this Gentleman. By taking care to preserve the Fish for everyone to see, it may have lost a bit of weight, but it's certainly worth it. The reference to Tidal includes all tributaries to the Chesapeake between the Bay itself and the point on the Tributary where Tidal influence ends. The Bay is too salty, even in the best of times, so the Bass are in the Tributaries. On the Potomac, the Brackish part of the river is from the Chain Bridge in Washington DC to a point North of the US 301 Bridge in Newburg, Maryland, almost a 50 mile run. Best Bass fishing is from the Woodrow Wilson Bridge (I-95) southeast to Nanjemoy Creek in Charles County. Coincidentially, this is also Maryland's Top Catfishing area. Great place to fish.
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