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  1. What's good for the goose is not necessarily good for the gander. Without having the rods both in hand is a shot in the dark. From my experience that one ounce more will sling further during the cast. The rod will work in your favor while fighting and hook setting. It will handle the elements better. Such as wind and tide. Is it going to catch you more fish? Hard to say. The odds show it will catch you bigger fish. This is similar to a weight lifter. After a while you need more weight. After 3 or 4 outings fishing 3 or 4 hours with the heavier rod. You start to get more comfortable with it. Just like with anything else in life. The more time you put in, the more you get out. Another secret to success is having a high tolerance for pain. No pain no gain.
  2. Let me show you what to do.
  3. It's an honest living. What's a poker game without a hooker? Patronizing a professional is under penal law 230.04 - 230.05 - 230.06 from class A to class E
  4. They don't pat sales vigorish
  5. I just leave stuff laying around. I must of stood there well over a 1/2 hour. The tide and wind both pushing in my direction at a slow rate and when it was about thirty yards in front of me. The tide went slack and shortly after headed the other way. Is a person laying or lying? You lie down, but you lay something down. ... The same rule applies to laying and lying (not lieing—beware of spelling). The past tense of lay is laid, but be careful with the past tense of lie—there are two options.
  6. Out of all the colors on the spectrum black fades the least. Black is not on the spectrum. Green doesn't fade at all. Green is on the spectrum.
  7. Hiking trail in L.A. Toucans on the trail. Dry heat, not for the faint at heart.
  8. When I was A kid there weren't any regulations for them. Can anyone tell me what the regulations in New York are for these things?
  9. I was listening to the radio show on WBLS today. It was so funny. September 17, 1787 The Constitution was written during the Philadelphia Convention now known as the Constitutional Convention—which convened from May 25 to September 17, 1787. It was signed on September 17, 1787. The DJ was explaining how the constitution didn't take the blacks in mind when it was written. July 1865 As the Union armies advanced through the Confederacy, thousands of slaves were freed each day until nearly all (approximately 3.9 million, according to the 1860 Census) were freed by July 1865. While the Proclamation had freed most slaves as a war measure, it had not made slavery illegal.
  10. The big Richard