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Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by Elvis70, Mar 27, 2009.
I got pandora music playing right now..love the variety and selection, but not impressed with the sound..sounds like a old 33 1/3 with all the crackles an pop and also like the record is warped :huh
I wish I hadn't have done so many drugs when I was younger, I thought all that stuff was normal.
you still at the hospital? see PM
He walked by the psychiatric ward and they kept him ?
Yup! He is the centerpiece for WRMC's new program: "Scared Sane"
Patients are subjected to 5 minutes of Doc :eek1 then they are ready for release from the ward.
Glade to hear she is doing better Doc. Hope u both get home soon. If u stay another night let me know and i can give you my netflix info and u can watch a movie or something to help with the nights. They got some movie called men staring at goats. figure its ur kind of movie
nah..shift change took place at noon..am home now..hospice is suppose to be out this afternoon to pick up aunts hosp bed and swap it out for a newer model..plan is for her to come home thurs..I will be back there sometime tomorrow once I know hospice is done here..but I am home for the nite
I leave for a few days and you guys go all oral diarrhea on me...it took a long time to wade through it all.
Only item of interest I gleaned was from Stuckin and Arkwhiz. Somewhere I have 100-125 catfish limb lines. I used to set up a run on the White River from above Lake Sequoya (on the West Fork) all the way down to Wyman bridge. We'd set them up just before dark, and then run all the lines 2-3 more times overnight. Floating the river during a new moon (best time for cats) can be exciting, esp. when beer and pointy-headed academics are involved.
We put in on the West Fork at Mally Waggon Rd and take out at Wyman bridge. If we ever get rain and get water back into the rivers, this could be a real ADVenture.
Your right as always Mr. Mouth It aint strange Im just wrong. lol
When I was a kid running trotlines in a jon-boat with Dad, he would be first on the line taking off fish and my job was to rebait as the hook-stages went by me. It would get real exciting trying to rebait the hooks as they went by when Dad would start moving down the line faster as he felt a cat ahead on the line. I got caught by a hook more than once.
we ran limb lines out in Bob/Budd Kidd lake about 1993 or 1994, spent a couple hours circling , checking and rebaiting them, caught about a dozen real nice sized channel cats, I remember it was about 90 degrees and humid even at night, must have been July/August of that year.
Hey Doc - size 11 boots
those might be slightly better than the shoe goo and ducttape mess he is currently wearing!
Only time I ever done it we caught lots of fish...4x26 hooks in water and ran them every four hours. and damn those old 75 year old men could drink the whiskey and in keeping with this thread some dirt bike riders raided our camp during the night. lol
As of today the weather guys are calling for 65* and partly sunny on Friday. Anybody wanna ride?
size 10 or 11?
tnx for the heads up anyway
Edit: ad says "size 10 or 11"...if he don't know what size they are, then no reason for me to be interested
Dunno, I think they are 11's. Call him ya cheap bastard!
maybe a adv catfish killing trip them fish fry the next day? My parents lake is not huge but lots of bays and places to put lines. boat holds 8-10 people i think. wish i could get the boat off the lake and find a better place to fish with it.