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Old 03-14-2013, 06:04 PM
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Well you can give it all up and then let us know how it goes for you. Maybe we can follow your example.
I can't very well do that, Dan...but there's a flip side to everything. Take a look around at the shape the world is in today and make sure progress has made it a better place. I don't buy it, myself...more comfortable for some, but at what prices? I understand I'm out of step with the rest of the world's reality...but that doesn't, in and of itself, make me wrong. out :-)
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Old 03-14-2013, 10:55 PM
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Are you telling me that wasn't Nestle Quik in the fancy jar up there?
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Well, that was substantially vague enough not to be controversial.

ta-ta-ta-dahhhhhh! Comma!
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Old 03-14-2013, 10:58 PM
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Let's eat Grandpa.
Thanks guy but I'm not writing a term paper. I made not one comment on the dead horse nippers thread. I'll shoot you a pm when I write my book on "How to Not Take Things so Serious" and you can edit it for me. For now I'll just take my run on sentence to a diffurwent pwaygwound.
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Are you telling me that wasn't Nestle Quik in the fancy jar up there?
Yeah, I'll have to try that sometime - even though I've been told for decades that my sense of humor is my strongest point, a point that's been toasted at weddings, at conventions, in state and national magazines, but I'm sure you've had those experiences with your sense of humor. But I get it that someone who doesn't even know me can make a judgment like that; it's the same dynamic where someone who has never used a nippers can make a judgment on the nippers and pronounce the nippers and anyone who buys them asinine or pretentious. Try getting to know someone before making a judgment based on a forum post or two. Or keep on tag-teaming; that lends more credence to your opinions.
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Guy comma you seriously need to lighten up. We're (not were) on an internet forum comma you don't have to prove yourself to anyone. Relax.
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You forgot to ta-ta-ta-dahhhhh!
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Again? Really? Another Thread? Ok maybe they are worth it. Anything that can generate this much debate and conversation must be worth the price,right? Sorry Abel nippers I was wrong you are an important member of the angling society and my hope is that we can be friends.
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The way I see it there are Things you have to have in Today's World,some gadgets really work however if you took them all fishing you would need a Huge Tackle Bag,I don't know about others I continually see guys with Vests Crammed with "Essentials" they hardly ever use.
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