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    Sniff... Sniff...

    What's that smell? It isn't a dead thread... Hmmm... Nope, not dead, just needs a shower once in a while. I may be gone at work for a couple of days at a time, but I will not just let this poor thread be cast away like two day old shrimp.

    Time for a good pressure washing.....
    Yep, that is all this thread needs... A good cleaning from top to bottom. Maybe a shot of Jack Daniels.... That would help sanitize things again.
    Superchef, why all the determination to destroy this great world that we live in. Sure, the name "thread killer" probably wasn't the nicest name, but I stand behind it, proud to have posted. If it is the thread that causes you pain, then you should embrace it, feed it, and help it grow. It our responsibility as stewards of the text to keep this thread alive, active, and growing so that our posterity will inherit the knowledge contained within. Besides, what other thread on this website am I qualified to post in? Yep, this is my favorite place to type my mindless dribble, and hope somebody will find it interesting.

    Ok, off my high-horse, and back to fishing. I think I will be throwing my favorite Buzzbait tomorrow. I hope I can catch a few good keepers, early. Then I will switch to a worm or brush-hog and work through a few lily pads towards the back of a creek. When the sun gets high, I'll probably back off to the deeper creek channel and Carolina rig the drops. I might even flip a jig near the stumps in the mouth of it. I would like to have a good finish in our club tournament tomorrow.
    Oh, I forgot to mention, Lunch will probably be a can of Vienna sausages and a pack of crackers..

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    Thumbs up Well...........

    Good Morning!!..........This is your Wake up call for Saturday, May 26th, 2007. A beautiful sunny Day here in the Mid-Atlantic, get out and enjoy it......... Speaking of which, I put a message up on the Signboard in front of the Station Yesterday:

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    I echo Harve's sentiments. Was a beeeaauuutttttiiiiffuuull day here. Spent just over an hour cutting the grass out front, and then the rest of the day mostly just lounging. First time I've been able to do that in a few weeks, was kinda nice. But back on the big white box tomorrow afternoon, and agian on Monday.
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    At least someone is getting nice weather, It is a balmy 42 degrees with lots of rain here in northern wisconsin.. Great say to spend at work, 48 in the hall then it is molson time.
    Be SAFE!!! Go home when your shift is done and enjoy life.
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    Thumbs up Everyone Wasn't............

    Quote Originally Posted by hwoods View Post
    Good Morning!!..........This is your Wake up call for Saturday, May 26th, 2007. A beautiful sunny Day here in the Mid-Atlantic, get out and enjoy it......... Speaking of which, I put a message up on the Signboard in front of the Station Yesterday:

    Enjoy A Safe
    Holiday Weekend
    We'll Be Here
    Just In Case



    Good thing we were there, just in case. 03:48 this morning, Car into a Tree, 3 trapped, difficult extracation. All were freed and flown to a Trauma Center by 05:00. Outlook for all 3 is good.
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    Yesterday was a great day for fishing, however, my plan for the day changed within the first hour. My buzzbait just didn't feel right, so I switched to a spinnerbait. Within a few casts I had my first keeper. Then, I tried my lily pad and creek channel pattern that worked a few weeks ago.. No avail.. Back to the spinnerbait, with the trolling motor on medium. I covered lots and lots of water, and fished grassbeds and sparse cover(isolated stumps) with a spinnerbait on my way to a fourth place finish with 8.10 lbs. I fish in a Bass Federation Club that has several previous State Champions. I was really happy to actually be competitive among so many people that I respect.
    Lunch was actually a bag of home-made peanut brittle from a local gas station, and an RC cola. Then, a trip by a fast food place for a quick cheeseburger on the way home. Nice to see our Highway Patrol out doing seatbelt checks, while my pickup has frenchfries and cheeseburger evidence all over the front seat. And yes, sir, I will get a new inspection sticker before the end of the month, Thanks Mr. Officer for pointing that out.

    Thank you to all the men and women who have fought to protect my freedom to go fishing this weekend. I hope everybody has a safe Memorial Day.

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    The only reason for this post here is to reach 100 posts. Cool.

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    Talking Do What??............

    100 posts??? Wow, I guess I'd best be looking over my shoulder.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by hwoods View Post
    100 posts??? Wow, I guess I'd best be looking over my shoulder.......
    AHAHAHHAHAAAAA

    and Pliskin, our "balmy weather" of yesterday turned to rain and thunder/lightening within the past hour here. Of course it had to happen during Viva Vienna, for which my station was providing EMS coverage.... ya we covered alright, right back to the station!
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    What's a "Viva Vienna", if one may ask?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LEWTFL View Post
    What's a "Viva Vienna", if one may ask?

    Unlike the "Standard" Vienna (a small sausage type of meat ) a Viva Vienna is bigger, more spicy, and made with a lot of Dead Horse. They were imported to Northern Virginia from Canada about 2 years ago...........
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    ACTUALLY Chief, Viva Vienna is what you get when you mix a bit of West Coast Canada with Norther Virginia, but you have to add a little hot sauce from New Orleans and a dash of Jack Daniels (there are a few other things too, but they are "secret" ingredients). Then you.... umm..eerrrr.. aaahhh ya, you get the picture ......

    Seriously though, Viva Vienna is the local calling for the carnaval/fair that takes place each Memorial Day weekend, and we do EMS coverage for it. Staffing an aide tent and the ambulance for all those "Boo-boo Knees" and "Ooohhhh I'm soooooo hot" people.
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    Get it up. Get it on. Get it done!

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    ("Boo-boo Knees" and "Ooohhhh I'm soooooo hot" people.)

    I think I saw that movie way back in '94 when I was still in college..

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    And that post just made my morning.

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    Talking Uh Huh.............

    I knew the Correct answer to the "Viva Vienna" Question, but ya gotta admit my answer was funny.............
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    I know you knew Chief Which is why it was a good thing that I was not swilling down my favourite wobbly-pop when I read your original response. 'Else the screen and keyboard would have required a good cleaning.
    If you don't do it RIGHT today, when will you have time to do it over? (Hall of Fame basketball player/coach John Wooden)

    "I may be slow, but my work is poor." Chief Dave Balding, MVFD

    "Its not Rocket Science. Just use a LITTLE imagination." (Me)

    Get it up. Get it on. Get it done!

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    IACOJ member: Cheers, Play safe y'all.

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    Cincyone.
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