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  1. 14 points
    nandocoelho

    March 2019 Fishing Reports

    I’m sorry to hear that, I’m From Brazil and just complete 19 years living in the US... I know that my English is not perfect and that a lot of “spanish” people do not follow the rules when they are fishing... I just want to say that isn’t all of us that think like this... I have a group of friends that love fishing and we practice catch and release most of the time... (I do keep some, but only what I am allowed to keep). Also I have an office contact who gave me his personal card in case that I see someone not following the rules... (people around me know that I’ll call the cops if they do something wrong...). So, please, don’t take that as an insult but a have seen American people keeping illegal fish too.. this is not a matter of where are you from, but, the way you were educated... One more time, sorry for my English, and I wish a good season of fishing for all of us that “Really love Fishing!!”
  2. 13 points
    J

    Free Parking

  3. 12 points
    Sudsy

    March 2019 Fishing Reports

    You all might notice about two full pages of off topic troll type posts are gone The people making those posts are going to be gone too if I have to start babysitting here
  4. 12 points
    JimG

    Obama = ISIS, ISIS = Obama

    It's sad. There is a mountain of circumstantial evidence that Obama was a manchurian candidate for the Islamists compared to what people consider evidence that trump is an agent of russia. It's not even close.
  5. 11 points
    Fire for Effect Mr President, now time for the Storm............ you Russian Hoax believers need to watch real news like maybe True Pundit or Gateway Pundit.......... Leiu LIED Schiff LIED Pelosi LIED Nadler LIED Waters LIED Warner LIED Comey LIED Clapper LIED Brennan LIED Swalwell LIED Schumer LIED etc 95% of all “Media” LIED
  6. 11 points
    CT Stripes

    Free Parking

  7. 11 points
    Little

    The MAGA hat flipper girl from last week....

    Got an illegal alien booted out of the USA. Good job.
  8. 10 points
    JoeyZac

    Under The Lights..............

    So, I'm very fortunate to have a good deal of blukhead on a culdesac, in my backyard, where there is a lot of current. Got a spotlight up on a flagpole that's meant to put light on the boat at night, but it does a wonderful job of attracting all kinds of life all year long, mainly early Spring through late Fall. I won't get a chance to post an update every night, but from about this time of year till October, I'm out there almost every single night with the castnet, sabiki rigs, and/or some kind plug. The really cool stuff comes in May/June/July, when "baby everything" shows up, and then we'll have to have a fish tank thread, but this early, it'll be mostly Perch and Stripers. One throw with the castnet tonight. May have to target these guys tomorrow with bait. More fun that way.
  9. 10 points
    Flybyme

    Free Parking

  10. 10 points
    gadwall8

    The tavern Meme thread

  11. 10 points
    redfishkiller

    Maybe its time...

    Yes, They've been killing innocent christians and Jews for years because of Islam, their religion. now 49 of theirs gets killed and we're all supposed to give a crap because they were in a mosque, sorry just cant make my self care. I wonder how many of those in that mosque remember 911 and how many of those that actually remember it got all boohoo feelings because a bunch of white devils got killed, think about it. I recall watching a bunch of Muslims, on TV hopping around in the streets celebrating the 911 attack. Eff em
  12. 10 points
    looney tunes

    The "BIRDS" thread

    Short eared owls, white crown sparrow, and horned lark
  13. 10 points
    DoorGunner

    Prized Catches

    A very special day for me. Back in early 73 and I hadn't fished once since my return from Vietnam in August of 71. Had fished all the time with Dad before entering the army but when I returned it just wasn't in me and Dad gave me the room that I needed back then but I knew he missed it. For whatever reason I found myself walking Pennypack Creek in Philly on opening day of the trout season. No tackle and I still don't know why I went there that day but I was along the edge of the creek watching mostly kids toss everything imaginable at the stocked trout. I had spent every opening day on the creek up to when I entered the army and now I was just strolling and watching. All the good spots were jammed with kids waiting for a strike and once in a while I could hear hoots and hollers as a trout made a mortal mistake. Up ahead I could see a kid around ten and I guess his dad fishing an empty area that everyone else avoided because it was too shallow. I could see the father trying to teach his kid to cast but it wasn't going well as the hook went in every direction but towards the water. As I got closer I could see the problem with the lessons, the little boy was blind. I sat on a tree stump to watch and hope that this would work out. and to admire the dad. Never lost his cool and kept setting up for the next cast then pull the hook out of some branches behind them. Finally the kid hit the water then hit it again and I marveled that the dad did this with no visual help.The kid made about five decent casts when WHAM his line went tight and he had a rainbow on. The look on the kids face was incredible and matched by the one his proud and equally excited dad had. I got up and walked as close as I could as the kid lifted the small trout out of the water and smacked his dad right in the chest with it. The kid fell on his butt and just smiled looking up when dad took the hook out and carefully placed the trout in his sons hands. It was like a shock as the kids face changed from a smile to total wonder and he ran his fingers over every inch of that fish seeing with his fingers. Dad took his son to the edge of the water and he gently released it and then they hugged and I swear I think I cried. It was so emotional. What I remember most was going home after that and finding dad in his recliner watching Wide World of Sports. I sat down and smiled at him and said. How about we do some fishing. He had the same look on his face as the kids dad did. My most memorable fishing trip ever and I never wet a line.
  14. 10 points
    patabate

    Show us your mangled hooks....

    In the early 80’s, six guys and myself shared a house on Block Island for several falls. For a couple of those years we started a collection of hooks that we straightened. We’d put them in a Skippy peanut jar dubbed “the jar of broken hearts”. A few of these hooks may have been bent on removal but not many, none that I remember. Primary bait was sand eels on most night and a lot of fish were hooked outside the mouth. My guess is that the bass were just sucking in a mouthful of bait and a plug and the hooks were not full in their mouths. Also guess it was leverage and not brut strength that did the bending. Hooks are 1/0 to 4/0 and mostly from needle fish and Red fins. We generally carried 4 to 6 plugs and a box of hooks.
  15. 9 points
    Rickman

    Free Parking

  16. 9 points
    It must be like taking a viagra for you lefties and your date cancels...........
  17. 9 points
    zybathegeek

    Free Parking

  18. 9 points
    Hey be nice, She is still your cousin!
  19. 9 points
    Bullred44

    Free Parking

  20. 9 points
    Rickman

    42 Years - I am a Blessed Man

    Today, March 9th, after Christmas and Easter has been now for 42 years my most Blessed day. On this day in 1977 I looked down the aisle at the Ft Detrick Chapel as my soon to be Father in Law walked Lori, his oldest daughter, towards me and my heart almost stopped. In just a very few short minutes, she and I would be one. A phrase in the marriage vow says “What God has joined together”. After 42 years of ups and downs, many good times along with a few bad times, (mostly up and good by the way), those 5 words are still in evidence. Without God putting this together it would be something far different. He, being over this union that He joined together, is why it is what it is and continues to grow as it does.
  21. 9 points
    Nessmuk

    We've forgotten already

    The more meaningful lesson with that piece of work is how idiotic it is to being in thousands of foreigners and allow them to own a Congressional district and infiltrate your government. What, that's almost European! Democrats wring their hands over Pence's religion constantly, but not a woman that believes so hard she wears a sheet and spouts the standard Muslim-based bigotry weekly. They're sheep.
  22. 9 points
    patabate

    Plan B if Striped Bass Fishing in Banned

    I’ve probably got 10 seasons or so left in me to put a decent effort in pursuit of stripers from the shore. I can give up the occasional sautéed bass my wife makes, that’s not why I give up sleep. I intend to surf fish for bass until I or the bass are gone. My expectations have been lowered the last two summers to where now I am happy to fool a couple of schoolies to have a good night. It’s the chase. I find a separate world on a nighttime beach or rockpile. I fish on my terms and landing a pile of fish is not part of the agreement. I cherish every fish and I’ll do everything possible to protect them. Recent data I’ve read has pointed out to me that I’ve not done my best in effective C&R and that’s where I’m putting a maximum effort this year.
  23. 9 points
    Bass Ackwards

    Free Parking

    Is Logic the same thing as common sense? 1 - Eleven teens die each day because of texting while driving. Maybe it's time to raise the age of Smart phone ownership to 21. 2 - If gun control laws actually worked, Chicago would be Mayberry. 3 - The Second Amendment makes more women equal than the entire feminist movement. 4 - Legal gun owners have 300 million guns and probably a trillion rounds of ammo. Seriously, folks, if we were the problem, you'd know it. 5 - When JFK was killed, nobody blamed the rifle 6 - The NRA murders 0 people and receives $0 in government funds. Planned Parenthood kills 350,000 babies every year and receives $500,000,000 in tax dollars annually. 7 - Have no problem with vigorous background checks when it comes to firearms. While we're at it, let's do the same when it comes to immigration and Voter I.D. 8 - You don't need a smoke detector; that's what the fire department is for. Now...if you think that sounds stupid, you know how I feel when you say I don't need a gun. 9 - Folks keep talking about another Civil War. One side knows how to shoot and has a trillion bullets. The other side has crying closets and is confused about which bathroom to use. How do you think that's going to end? I SURE HOPE THE PROGRESSIVES & The MEDIA CAN READ T
  24. 9 points
    gadwall8

    Free Parking

  25. 9 points
    ridenfish

    Free Parking

  26. 9 points
    ridenfish

    Free Parking

  27. 8 points
    fishweewee

    Autopsy of a Dead Coup

    https://amgreatness.com/2019/02/17/autopsy-of-a-dead-coup/ Autopsy of a Dead Coup By Victor Davis Hanson February 17th, 2019 The illegal effort to destroy the 2016 Trump campaign by Hillary Clinton campaign’s use of funds to create, disseminate among court media, and then salt among high Obama administration officials, a fabricated, opposition smear dossier failed. So has the second special prosecutor phase of the coup to abort the Trump presidency failed. There are many elements to what in time likely will become recognized as the greatest scandal in American political history, marking the first occasion in which U.S. government bureaucrats sought to overturn an election and to remove a sitting U.S. president. Preparing the Battlefield No palace coup can take place without the perception of popular anger at a president. The deep state is by nature cowardly. It does not move unless it feels it can disguise its subterranean efforts or that, if revealed, those efforts will be seen as popular and necessary—as expressed in tell-all book titles such as fired FBI Directors James Comey’s Higher Loyalty or in disgraced Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe’s psychodramatic The Threat. In candidate and President Trump’s case that prepping of the battlefield translated into a coordinated effort among the media, political progressives and celebrities to so demonize Trump that his imminent removal likely would appear a relief to the people. Anything was justified that led to that end. All through the 2016 campaign and during the first two years of the Trump presidency the media’s treatment, according to liberal adjudicators of press coverage, ran about 90 percent negative toward Trump—a landmark bias that continues today. Journalists themselves consulted with the Clinton campaign to coordinate attacks. From the Wikileaks trove, journalistic grandees such as John Harwood, Mark Leibovich, Dana Milbank, and Glenn Thrush often communicated (and even post factum were unapologetic about doing so) with John Podesta’s staff to construct various anti-Trump themes and have the Clinton campaign review or even audit them in advance. Some contract “journalists” apparently were paid directly by Fusion GPS—created by former reporters Glen Simpson of the Wall Street Journal and Susan Schmidt of the Washington Post—to spread lurid stories from the dossier. Others more refined like Christiane Amanpour and James Rutenberg had argued for a new journalistic ethos that partisan coverage was certainly justified in the age of Trump, given his assumed existential threat to The Truth. Or as Rutenberg put it in 2016: “If you view a Trump presidency as something that’s potentially dangerous, then your reporting is going to reflect that. You would move closer than you’ve ever been to being oppositional. That’s uncomfortable and uncharted territory for every mainstream, non-opinion journalist I’ve ever known, and by normal standards, untenable. But the question that everyone is grappling with is: Do normal standards apply? And if they don’t, what should take their place?” I suppose Rutenberg never considered that half the country might have considered the Hillary Clinton presidency “potentially dangerous,” and yet did not expect the evening news, in 90 percent of its coverage, to reflect such suspicions. The Democratic National Committee’s appendages often helped to massage CNN news coverage—such as Donna Brazile’s primary debate tip-off to the Clinton campaign or CNN’s consultation with the DNC about forming talking points for a scheduled Trump interview. So-called “bombshell,” “watershed,” “turning-point,” and “walls closing in” fake news aired in 24-hour news bulletin cycles. The media went from fabrications about Trump’s supposed removal of the bust of Martin Luther King, Jr. from the Oval Office, to the mythologies in the Steele dossier, to lies about the Trump Tower meeting, to assurances that Michael Cohen would testify to Trump’s suborning perjury, and on and on. CNN soon proved that it is no longer a news organization at all—as reporters like Gloria Borger, Chris Cuomo, Eric Lichtblau, Manu Raju, Brian Rokus, Jake Tapper, Jeff Zeleny, and teams such as Jim Sciutto, Carl Bernstein, and Marshall Cohen as well as Thomas Frank, and Lex Harris all trafficked in false rumors and unproven gossip detrimental to Trump, while hosts and guest hosts such as Reza Aslan, the late Anthony Bourdain, and Anderson Cooper stooped to obscenity and grossness to attack Trump. Both politicos and celebrities tried to drive Trump’s numbers down to facilitate some sort of popular ratification for his removal. Hollywood and the coastal corridor punditry exhausted public expressions of assassinating or injuring the president, as the likes of Jim Carrey, Johnny Depp, Robert de Niro, Peter Fonda, Kathy Griffin, Madonna, Snoop Dogg, and a host of others vied rhetorically to slice apart, shoot, beat up, cage, behead, and blow up the president. Left wing social media and mainstream journalism spread sensational lies about supposed maniacal Trump supporters in MAGA hats. They constructed fantasies that veritable white racists were now liberated to run amuck insulting and beating up people of color as they taunted the poor and victimized minorities with vicious Trump sloganeering—even as the Covington farce and now the even more embarrassing Jussie Smollett charade evaporated without apologies from the media and progressive merchants of such hate. At the same time, liberal attorneys, foundations, Democratic politicians, and progressive activists variously sued to overturn the election on false charges of rigged voting machines. They sought to subvert the Electoral College. They introduced articles of impeachment. They sued to remove Trump under the Emoluments Clause. They attempted to invoke the 25th Amendment. And they even resurrected the ossified Logan Act—before focusing on the appointment of a special counsel to discredit the Trump presidency. Waiting for the 2020 election was seen as too quaint. Weaponizing the Deep State During the 2016 election, the Obama Department of Justice warped the Clinton email scandal investigation, from Bill Clinton’s secret meeting on an airport tarmac with Attorney General Loretta Lynch, to unethical immunity given to the unveracious Clinton aides Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills, to James Comey’s convoluted predetermined treatment of “likely winner” Clinton, and to DOJ’s Bruce Ohr’s flagrant conflict of interests in relation to Fusion GPS. About a dozen FBI and DOJ grandees have now resigned, retired, been fired, or reassigned for unethical and likely illegal behavior—and yet have not faced criminal indictments. The reputation of the FBI as venerable agency is all but wrecked. Its administrators variously have libeled the Trump voters, expressed hatred for Trump, talked of “insurance policies” in ending the Trump candidacy, and inserted informants into the Trump campaign. The former Obama directors of the CIA and National Intelligence, with security clearances intact, hit the television airways as paid “consultants” and almost daily accused the sitting president of Russian collusion and treason—without cross-examination or notice that both previously had lied under oath to Congress (and did so without subsequent legal exposure), and both were likely knee-deep in the dissemination of the Steele dossier among Obama administration officials. John Brennan’s CIA likely helped to spread the Fusion GPS dossier among elected and administrative state officials. Some in the NSC in massive and unprecedented fashion requested the unmasking of surveilled names of Trump subordinates, and then illegally leaked them to the press. The FISA courts, fairly or not, are now mostly discredited, given they either were willingly or naively hoodwinked by FBI and DOJ officials who submitted as chief evidence for surveillance on American citizens, an unverified dossier—without disclosure that the bought campaign hit-piece was paid for by Hillary Clinton, authored by a discredited has-been British agent, relied on murky purchased Russian sources, and used in circular fashion to seed news accounts of supposed Trump misbehavior. The Mueller Investigation The Crown Jewel in the coup was the appointment of special counsel Robert Muller to discover supposed 2016 Trump-Russian election collusion. Never has any special investigation been so ill-starred from its conception. Mueller’s appointment was a result of his own friend James Comey’s bitter stunt of releasing secret, confidential and even classified memos of presidential conversations. Acting DOJ Attorney Rod Rosenstein appointed a former colleague Mueller—although as a veteran himself of the Clinton email scandal investigations and the FISA fraudulent writ requests, Rosenstein was far more conflicted than was the recused Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Mueller then packed his investigative team with lots of Clinton donors and partisans, some of whom had legally represented Clinton subordinates and even the Clinton Foundation or voiced support for anti-Trump movements. Mueller himself and Andrew Weissmann have had a long record of investigatory and prosecutorial overreach that had on occasion resulted in government liability and court mandated federal restitution. In such polarized times, neither should have involved in such an investigation. Two subordinate FBI investigators were caught earlier on conducting an affair over their FBI-issued cell phones, and during the election cycle they slurred the object of their subsequent investigation, ridiculed Trump voters, and bragged that Trump would never be elected. Mueller later staggered, and then hid for weeks the reasons for, their respective firings. The team soon discovered there was no Trump-Russian 2016 election collusion—and yet went ahead to leverage Trump campaign subordinates on process crimes in hopes of finding some culpability in Trump’s past 50-year business, legal, and tax records. The point was not to find who colluded with whom (if it had been, then Hillary Clinton would be now indicted for illegally hiring with campaign funds a foreign national to buy foreign fabrications to discredit her opponent), but to find the proper mechanism to destroy the presumed guilty Donald Trump. The Mueller probe has now failed in that gambit of proving “collusion” (as even progressive investigative reporters and some FBI investigators had predicted), but succeeded brilliantly in two ways. The “counterintelligence” investigation subverted two years of the Trump presidency by constant leaks that Trump soon would be indicted, jailed, disgraced, or impeached. As a result, Trump’s stellar economic and foreign policy record would never earn fifty percent of public support. Second, Mueller’s preemptive attacks offered an effective offensive defense for the likely felonious behavior of John Brennan, James Clapper, James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Bruce Ohr, Peter Strzok, and a host of others. While the Mueller lawyers threatened to destroy the lives of bit players like Jerome Corsi, George Papadopoulos, and Roger Stone, they de facto provided exemption to a host of the Washington hierarchy who had lied under oath, obstructed justice, illegally leaked to the press, unmasked and leaked names of surveilled Americans, and misled federal courts under the guise of a “higher loyalty” to the cause of destroying Donald J. Trump. The Palace Coup All of the above came to a head with the firing of the chronic leaker FBI Director James Comey (who would lie to the president about his not being a target of an FBI investigation, lie to House investigatory committees by pleading amnesia and ignorance on 245 occasions, and repeatedly lie to his own FBI bureaucrats). In May 2017, acting FBI director Andrew McCabe took over from the fired Comey. His candidate wife recently had been a recipient of huge Clinton-related campaign PAC donations shortly before he began investigating the Clinton email scandal. McCabe would soon be cited by the Inspector General for lying to federal investigators on numerous occasions—cynically stooping even to lie to his own New York FBI subordinates to invest scarce resources to hunt for their own nonexistent leaks as a mechanism for disguising his own quite real and illegal leaking. The newly promoted McCabe apparently felt that it was his moment to become famous for taking out a now President Trump. Thus, he assembled a FBI and DOJ cadre to open a counterintelligence investigation of the sitting president on no other grounds but the fumes of an evaporating Clinton opposition dossier and perceived anger among the FBI that their director had just been fired. In addition, apparently now posing as Andrew McCabe, MD, he informally head counted how many of Trump’s own cabinet members could be convinced by McCabe’s own apparent medical expertise to help remove the president on grounds of physical and mental incapacity under the 25th Amendment. This was an attempted, albeit pathetic, coup against an elected president and the first really in the history of the United States. At one point, McCabe claims that the acting Attorney General of the United States Rod Rosenstein volunteered to wear a wire to entrap his boss President Trump—in the manner of Trump’s own attorney Michael Cohen’s entrapment of Trump, in the manner of James Comey taking entrapment notes on confidential Trump one-on-one meetings and leaking them to the press, and in the manner of the Department of Justice surveilling Trump subordinates through FISA and other court authorizations. McCabe was iconic of an utterly corrupt FBI Washington hierarchy, which we now know from the behavior of its disgraced and departed leadership. They posed as patriotic scouts, but in reality proved themselves arrogant, smug, and incompetent. They harbored such a sense of superiority that they were convinced they could act outside the law in reifying an “insurance policy” that would end the Trump presidency. The thinking of the conspirators initially had been predicated on three assumptions thematic during this three-year long government effort to destroy Trump: One, during 2016, Hillary Clinton would certainly win the election and FBI and DOJ unethical and illegal behavior would be forgotten if not rewarded, given the Clintons’ own signature transgressions and proven indifference to the law; Two, Trump was so controversial and the fabricated dossier was so vile and salacious, that seeded rumors of Trump’s faked perversity gave them de facto exemptions to do whatever they damned pleased; Three, Trump’s low polls, his controversial reset of American policy, and the general contempt in which he was held by the bipartisan coastal elite, celebrities, and the deep state, meant that even illegal means to continue the campaign-era effort to destroy Trump and now abort his presidency were felt to be moral and heroic acts without legal consequences, and the media would see the conspirators as heroes. In sum, the Left and the administrative state, in concert with the media, after failing to stop the Trump campaign, regrouped. They ginned up a media-induced public hysteria, with the residue of the Hillary Clinton campaign’s illegal opposition research, and manipulated it to put in place a special counsel, stocked with partisans. Then, not thugs in sunglasses and epaulettes, not oligarchs in private jets, not shaggy would-be Marxists, but sanctimonious arrogant bureaucrats in suits and ties used their government agencies to seek to overturn the 2016 election, abort a presidency, and subvert the U.S. Constitution. And they did all that and more on the premise that they were our moral superiors and had uniquely divine rights to destroy a presidency that they loathed. Shame on all these failed conspirators and their abettors, and may these immoral people finally earn a long deserved legal and moral reckoning. About the Author: Victor Davis Hanson Victor Davis Hanson is an American military historian, columnist, former classics professor, and scholar of ancient warfare. He was a professor of classics at California State University, Fresno, and is currently the Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. He has been a visiting professor at Hillsdale College since 2004. Hanson was awarded the National Humanities Medal in 2007 by President George W. Bush. Hanson is also a farmer (growing raisin grapes on a family farm in Selma, California) and a critic of social trends related to farming and agrarianism. He is the author most recently of The Second World Wars: How the First Global Conflict was Fought and Won (Basic Books).
  28. 8 points
    Flybyme

    WHAT'S NEXT?

    The witch hunt is next
  29. 8 points
    fishweewee

    Autopsy of a Dead Coup

    All of the perpetrators of this crime should be swinging from a rope.
  30. 8 points
    Rickman

    Free Parking

  31. 8 points
    gadwall8

    Free Parking

  32. 8 points
    ovenrat

    The tavern Meme thread

  33. 8 points
    redfishkiller

    Maybe its time...

    For years Americanseuropeans and Jews have had to be careful when they traveled to foreign countries, German night clubs. Olympics, airports , night clubs in Israel . Well maybe it's time for the religion off peace to know how it feels to have to watch your back when they go to foreign countries...
  34. 8 points
    ken r

    Trump threatens 'Saturday Night Live'

    My take is you don't have any idea the meaning "threatens".
  35. 8 points
    acesover

    The tavern Meme thread

  36. 8 points
    ridenfish

    Free Parking

  37. 8 points
    fishweewee

    We've forgotten already

  38. 8 points
    skinnywater

    The "BIRDS" thread

    Bad pic from yesterday, but really cool to see. Bald eagle eating a turkey.
  39. 8 points
    We know, Dude, we know. You keep saying that in every Covington thread. We know what you think and I don’t think you have persuaded anyone to agree with you. Give it a rest.
  40. 8 points
    jolly mon

    The tavern Meme thread

  41. 8 points
    CharlieK

    March 2019 Fishing Reports

    I dropped a dime of these guys more than once . Sometimes it worked out and sometimes not. I spoke to a game warden once about it and they definitely want you to call when you see it. Their problem is obviously that they have to cover a very wide territory and the response time is not always favorable. i was told a while ago that if they catch a poacher they issue a summons and the culprit never appears and the address is never valid. If they arrest a guy say along the Raritan Bay they have to drive him to some station near Newark, so it's an hour there an hour processing and an hour back so there goes half a day and the guy still doesn't appear to see the judge. i say confiscate all of his gear and ever his vehicle and don't release it back until he appears and pays the fine.
  42. 8 points
    jkrock

    Free Parking

  43. 8 points
    Whiskyb

    The tavern Meme thread

  44. 8 points
    VanStaalSteve

    stripers and trebles

    I totally disagree with putting single hooks on a plug save for switching out the tail treble for a single siwash dressed with bucktail. And I do that mostly because the single dressed siwash adds action to the plug. If a plug demands belly trebles then I keep them even if its two. I may even go up one size on the trebles too. Imo, I believe that putting single, inline hooks on a large plug like a danny, junior, 7" red fin, etc is only asking for missed strikes. I also don't crush my barbs on hooks either. When I go fishing I like to catch and land fish.
  45. 8 points
    Rickman

    The "M" word... by Jeff Foxworth

    Have you ever wondered why it's OK to make jokes about Catholics, Jews, Christians, the Pope, the Irish, the Italians, the Polish, the Hungarians, the Chinese, the French (including French Canadians), the elderly, bad golfers, men/women, blacks/whites, etc, but its insensitive to make jokes about the Muslims? Well, it's time to level the playing field and be politically incorrect, by including our friends, the Muslims, on this grandiose list. So Jeff Foxworthy did his part to include the Muslims on his list … 1. If you grow and refine heroin for a living, but morally object to the use of liquor, You may be a Muslim. 2. If you own a $3,000 machine gun and a $5,000 rocket launcher, but can't afford shoes, You may be a Muslim. 3. If you have more wives than teeth, You may be a Muslim. 4. If you wipe your butt with your bare hand, but consider bacon to be unclean, You may be a Muslim. 5. If you think vests come in two styles, Bullet-proof and suicide, You may be a Muslim. 6. If you can't think of anyone that you haven't declared jihad against, You may be a Muslim. 7. If you consider television dangerous, but routinely carry explosives in your clothing, You may be a Muslim. 8. If you were amazed to discover that cell phones have uses, other than setting off roadside bombs, You may be a Muslim. 9. If you have nothing against women and think every man should own at least four, then you, too, may be a Muslim.
  46. 8 points
    Gatr522

    AOC-D SANDY'S BLACK LIST

    So NO attempt or hope for anything bi-partisan because Trump won a fixed election. Now-besides getting skewered by the MSM you get on the barmaids list- AND it counts? The progs are anti-USA including the laws & constitution. Any dem that goes along with this is the same- anti USA. The message is- We cheated fair & square and the guy won anyway- SO he must go. We screamed about the peaceful transfer of power when we knew the election was rigged-but he won somehow-SO we must crush him. He won with a deep state coup in place that didn't succeed -SO we must finish it. He has endured a propaganda barrage 24/7x365 from the moment he announced and he's still standing-SO we must undermine him. We don't like him trying to undo past dem presidents(failures)-SO we must embarrass him while he tries to help the USA. ADD whatever you want. What other conclusion can a Patriotic citizen come to? They want the Republic to fall to the NWO. There must not be any non-progressive that stands in their way. No one. They are forcing a CIVIL WAR.
  47. 8 points
    ridenfish

    Free Parking

  48. 8 points
    charloots

    Trump and Kim

    One minute you’re worried about him starting WW3 or 4. Then you’re worried about him trying to work things out enough to get past the 1950’s. Sabre rattling bothers you. Negotiations bother you. Seems like “Orange man bad” to me. He’s wrong no matter what he does. We get it.
  49. 7 points
    J

    Free Parking

  50. 7 points
    gadwall8

    The tavern Meme thread

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