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Messages - VillainousHero

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Jokes & Riddles / Re: I'm tired of going to church - jokes
« on: October 13, 2022, 12:19:23 AM »
If the preacher preaches, then what does a pastor do?

Past your eyes?!!!!! that donation is loaded and it just past my eyes...

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Gosh, one of those civil engineer projects where when finished, needs immediate repair due to long long long construction timeframe.

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General Discussion / Re: Not bad for 91??
« on: October 12, 2022, 11:57:42 PM »
Dang these graceful old folks.   O0

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Unfortunately these things do happen and a lot more often, just that they haven't been caught.

On another note how social media is these days.  People = being influencers , but only influencing ignorant masses.  How a person would claim to said caught big fish weighing xx lbs.  I know cuz when I've caught bigger fish and they don't weigh that much.  Even some people who claim to cast xx lure weight xx distance on xx test # line.  When said, I just lose all respect to give any credit to those type of people. 

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I hope to get back to the point of being debt free. 

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The weird thing is also that some grandparents wants to be parents again, cuz they already messed up the first time.

hmmmm...I wonder if my grandparents ever felt that way.

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Some people will always be(e) leeches or sucking parasites even when it comes to family.

Unsolicited advice to those kinds of people.  Your parents gave you life, that's all you need.  Go make a life for yourself.  Stop trying to leech off even from the dead.

Who ever pays for it, owns it.

If anything else is given, it's a gift and be grateful to whatever extra is given.

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Outdoors & Recreational Hobbies / Re: Squirrel hunting season is here.
« on: September 22, 2022, 03:18:07 PM »
rabbits have more meat  ;)

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Guns are for funs, but knives are for taking lives.  >:D

anyways...that's nuts...

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Well at least they ain't knocking on your door at home.  Dang that's annoying.  :D

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Yeah, at Cub Foods, all deli foods must be paid for at the deli.  :D 

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Outdoors & Recreational Hobbies / Re: New Fishing Pole
« on: September 21, 2022, 02:59:07 AM »
The more I use and play around with these rods, the more I feel the nuance difference amongst them.  At first I really like the Curado 6'10" MLF casting rod.  That's in part where it had an edge over that the my older Phenix M1 6'9" MLF casting rod.  After using the St. Croix LTB 6'10" MLXF it's beginning to grow on me and seems to be much more refine. 

Perhaps it's just that the St. Croix rod suits me or my style.  The rod blank has just the right specs for how my casting motion induces lure flight.  In addition is just how St. Croix built these rod taper where there is almost no recoil from the casting motion.  Or rather I should say that the recoil is very controlled.

In terms of palm holding position and grip, my hands still prefer the reel seat of the Curado rod over that of the wide reel seat on the St. Croix LTB rod.  The reel seats on St. Croix rods are more of weird design in my opinion.  I still like the old Fuji ACS reel seats over that of current Fuji PTS reel seats.   Again PTS great for trigger finger hold while casting, but not as secure for palm holding position where the ACS excels over.  It is truly a shame that St. Croix had stopped producing a ML casting rod in these specs.  The only current mode is a Premier in 7' MLF. 

Honestly, I would still fish a spinning rod inverted with a casting reel going forward.  That's where the Shimano Expride 6'10" MLF spinning rod really shines, and secretly my old St. Croix Legend Elite 6' MLF spinning rod outperforms everything I've been chasing in a casting rod set up.


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General Discussion / Re: Why modern humans suvived and Neanderthals did not
« on: September 14, 2022, 10:34:49 PM »
Or they could've just said that only modern human have greed, envy, and lust.  Thus they eliminated neanderthals.  See what happens when those neuron links gets all fired up.  :D

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Online Journal / Re: Fighting For My Life
« on: September 14, 2022, 10:26:19 PM »
I think I will finally say that I belong to the old folks group now.  My body isn't like how a young twenty year old body anymore.  Thinking like that, well seems like it was over twenty years ago, approaching thirty years ago.

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Anything Goes / Re: Things That Pisses You Off To The Maximum
« on: September 14, 2022, 10:22:14 PM »
When people always ask, "What's the best _____."

As if they actually listen in the first place.  :knuppel2:

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