joetackle

Who was kicking a stingray in Reynolds Channel today?

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A man who was surfcasting in Reynolds Channel today came upon a stingray laying in four feet of water and proceeded to kick it to see if the ray was dead or alive. The ray was alive and not all too happy at being disturbed, and then stung the man in the leg. The fisherman notified lifeguards and was taken to the hospital and is in stable condition.

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Just now, joetackle said:

A man who was surfcasting in Reynolds Channel today came upon a stingray laying in four feet of water and proceeded to kick it to see if the ray was dead or alive. The ray was alive and not all too happy at being disturbed, and then stung the man in the leg. The fisherman notified lifeguards and was taken to the hospital and is in stable condition.

Don't poke the bear, don't kick the ray

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A fair reward for stupidity.  

Now and then someone finds a shark idling along in the surf and decides to hitch a ride. I don't mind the occasional bite in response at all. 

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While at the hospital, he decided to charge his phone.

To find out if the outlet had power, he stuck a knife into it.

His burns are reported to be healing nicely.

A day in the life of an idjit.

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4 minutes ago, yosco said:

While at the hospital, he decided to charge his phone.

To find out if the outlet had power, he stuck a knife into it.

His burns are reported to be healing nicely.

A day in the life of an idjit.

 healed enough to leave the burn ward.  Once home he realized he'd fallen behind on the yard work.  Once safely gassed up and on the mow

He noticed a hornets nest in a bush........................

 

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