#197340 - 10/06/0410:53 PMI'll find him for three...
...I'll catch him and kill him for ten.<br><br>Great White Shark in Cape Cod Salt Pond<br><br>Bah, it looks fake. I can see the strings...<br><br><br><br>These pics kinda make the praying mantis pics look lame, huh? <br><br>
It was hanging around for a few weeks. Near one of Kerry's homes ironically. They finally used hoses to coax it back to open water after tagging it. Personally I think they should have just shot it. It's just a fish after all.<br><br>
I don't know where Kerry lives but it isn't near the shark. The shark has been stuck in a gutter between the islands right in Woods Hole. I know that pond and gutters like the back of my hand. (Moved there in 1970 before high school.) I think Kerry wind surfs on Nantucket so he must have a house there. About 50 miles away over water.<br><br>They put a gps device on the shark which will pop off and download its past whereabouts in April. I bet they find out she has become fond of the tasty seal which are now populating those islands.<br><br><br><br><br><br><br>luciferase is a four nineteener
Well you're right, I don't ever watch the local news. Maybe because they are full of it? Because I know that shark. That shark was a friend of mine. And JFK doesn't have a house anywhere near that shark. <br><br><br><br><br><br>luciferase is a four nineteener
Does anyone ever use the term "grassy knoll" any where except to describe the grass where JFK was shot? I mean you never hear people say lets go sit on that knoll. Grassy or otherwise. Is that the only one? <br><br>
Loc: Pacific NW, USA
name brand recognition works<br>grassy knoll™<br><br>good point I am going to try to work that into everyday conversation more<br><br>"During my senior party the cops raided the kegger and I sprained my ankle running down the grassy knoll™ in the dark!"<br><br>
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