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On that note, time for the nibbles...
Got this email from Bass Pro yesterday. Looks like they did an off-price buy on some of last year's Pflueger Supreme XT spinning reels. Originally $129.99, now $69.88. Gotta make room for the 2011s I guess. I've never used this reel so I can't say if it's good or bad (it did get a 4.4/5.0 customer rating), but seems like a good deal, at least from a savings standpoint.
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Now I treated you all to a stupid video yesterday, but here's an equally stupid video that I assume will entertain and amaze and all that good stuff...it's far from new (it has over 4 and a half million views since last fall) but tell me you won't be humming this tune after watching this.
Midcurrent's Ask The Expert section posed the question "Imitation or Presenation" in last week's newsletter. Lots of good responses/opinions from very reputable sources. It's a very good read if you have 10 or so minutes. I'm not typically serious in the nibbles, but I enjoyed this so much I figured I'd pass it on. For real. There's no imitation in this presentation.
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Is there a football game or something this weekend? Oh, yeah, that's right, I guess there is. So who are you rooting for, Packers, Steelers, or the commercials? I really don't care who wins the game, but I've got my fingers crossed that standbys like Coke, Pepsi, Miller Lite, & Budweiser bring their A-Game. Everything old is new again, so I think it might be time to bring Spuds MacKenzie out of mothballs...I mean the "Big Game" is in Dallas this year after all.
Finally, I got the blessing of the better half to go "have fun" at this summer's (date TBA) OBN Rendezvous in Colorado. K.C. has no interest in going, so I guess I'm rollin' solo.
Speaking of the OBN, I'm going to use their weekly writing prompt as a way to share the blog love this week. I believe the question was "Which Outdoor Bloggers Would You Like To Meet?"
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Now I read & actively participate in a lot of great blogs, but I suppose this is my short list (there's so many so this was pretty tough). Mel from Blog Cabin Angler, Shoreman from Northern California Trout, Clif from Lunker Hunt, Ben from Ben G. Outdoors, and maybe that guy from Georgia.
Honestly, I was originally going to make that a list of all female bloggers (such as Kari, RD, Lizzy, Stephanie, & Tami)...but I don't want my travel ticket to be revoked.
Oh no, it is the dreaded Bolaris Snowmaggeddon Dong. I should call my parents, they might be living under the shadow of John's massive meteorolo-schlong. I always thought Hurricane Schwartz would be exposed.ReplyDelete
Oh yeah, and that midcurrent article is a great read.
The "guy from Georgia" is touched. I know it's just because I'm always up for the first shot at a comment on Wed. Nibbles, but still. Nice gesture. Maybe next year I'll include you on my short list. Or maybe I'll just spend my time knitting. You just never know. Now that you're going to the thing, I'm going to have to reconsider. geesh. they'll just let ANYONE in I guess. pfft.ReplyDelete
I'm counting on our friend Phil from Punxutawney. to do the right thing.ReplyDelete
Spring after the Super Bowl
Morning Mike. I'm honored to be in the company of Mel, Clif, Ben, and that guy from Georgia. Spuds MacKenzie, the original party animal. Still gets referred to around here, even though they don't show his commercials any more. Thanks again for the plug.ReplyDelete
That weather map pic is AWESOME!!! LOL!!! LOVE IT!!!ReplyDelete
Brk Trt, word out of PA is the little fella did NOT see his shadow so we should be in GOOD shape :-)
I'm here to attest to the fact that yes, all Texans wear cowboy hats, boots, and drive caddies or lincolns with longhorns on the grill. Oh yes, and all Texas women wear big hair and short skirts - with boots of course...ReplyDelete
I'm staying far, far away from all "The Big Game" hooplah this weekend... After all, there's a bunch of cheeseheads in town... (I'll wear mine safely at home...)
Thanks for the monkey tune, it's now stuck in my head! For a tune that could get stuck in one's head, its right up there with the Barney song and anything from Yo Gabba Gabba!ReplyDelete
I sooooo look forward to my dose of nibbles every Wednesday. You just crack me up with the stuff you find!ReplyDelete
I too am going to the OBN get together and am looking forward to meeting you especially after all the good things I've heard about you. (BTW, how much exactly do you have to pay those's guys to say that kinda stuff? I need all the help I can get!)
The guy from Georgia is "touched."ReplyDelete
Whoohoo! The OBN get-together in Colorado would not be the same without you! Glad it's in your plans...Too much monkey'n around in that vid! Funny stuff.ReplyDelete
Just letting you know I gave you an award.ReplyDelete
It would be humbling for me to be able to meet you and the others in that group of fishflingers (my wife says that is not a word!) I betcha' we would have some great fun and catch some fishes, too. Maybe they ought to hide the women and children!ReplyDelete
HEY HEY NOW. You're saying it wrong. It's "tetched." In the haaid.ReplyDelete
You won't believe this cofisher, but I had a line in that OBN song that went something like "teched in the head" but I chanced it to "rowin a boat" or some such.
Mike, I'm missin you over at the OBN forums. I'm also way ahead of you in post count now, even though it doesn't show up at the bottom anymore. You'll never catch up. ever. ever.
The Bolaris dong has been imposing itself upon the Philadelphia region for years.
Knit me a scarf.
We can only hope.
No prob, it was well deserved. Just like a cold Bud Light.
@Capt Paul MandellaReplyDelete
Glad you liked that Capt. Just hope you didn't like it too much if you catch my drift. :)
Can something be a stereotype if it's true?
I've got those soundtracks rockin' in my house too...along with The Fresh Beat Band & Laurie Berkner. Damn you Nick Jr!
The going rate is about $100 bucks a month. Cofisher comes much cheaper.
Couldn't have said it better.
@THE RIVER DAMSELReplyDelete
I'm starting to get scared of this OBN meet-up. Too many outdoor bloggers in the same place could be very dangerous.
Thanks Rick, I'm honored.
Catch fish? Can you show me how Obi Wan?
I'll stop by but never catch up. I've seen first hand over in Tenkaraland how good old OJ comes on in and napalms a forum. I won't get within 100 of ya.
I really don't want to meet ya so much as drink with ya. I remember this post fondly.