Funny [not] how many times some things get overlooked in the name of improving things w/some nonsensical agenda ain't it? And yet there are other times when the available data is sound, and it gets overlooked or swept under the carpet & never gets the play it rightfully deserves. Strange bed fellows and all that. One seldom need look further.Especially if Splatz lived with you guys in the big house. I've seen all y'all's housekeeping and the Finn would have no part of it. Pond would have to be restocked after every summer and the boilt fish removed. Maybe Don has mudbug tips for em living on rotten boilt fish.
Wings are toast once again.
Oh, local outdoor show had our lake featured whereas they're dumping pile of logs, trees, n brush in it for habitat to raise the fish numbers. Maybe if the craniums were removed from cranium owner's sphincters they might see the zebra mussels are the problem for the fish numbers that bottomed out. But then again that would involve some actual biology vs Boy Scout feel good work. stop
I may have a midnight martini yet. Jack's limited reading skills was making mine challenged and it's hard, waiting two minutes... to turn the page.
I've always thot that Bob Seger has the best handle, on that. And I still find that number moving; it plays on demand, in the back of my mind.
And further back in those Rockola table side juke joint or drive in 45 tunes also plays 'Get a Job'. I'm at a loss to explain it to Jack. He has one and is rather happy with it. It just goes right over his head.
He isn't that tall.
Sad, in some ways, that the only goats he gets to herd are the two old ones he lives with and ones a nanny that's as stubborn as a mule.
Makes for good entertainment, at times.