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Old 09-24-2003, 11:06 PM
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Plunker,

I for one enjoy hearing from you herein. Although I am exclusively a fly fisherman by choice, I have no problem with sharing the river with folks who do not fly fish.

I am also rather conservative (not Republican) and would like to see less government in most things.

I have always found you responses to be passionate, informative, and void of personal attacks.
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Old 09-25-2003, 12:17 AM
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Keep it up plunker. Your posts are a lot more interesting and thought provoking than all the usual clamoring over the next greatest fly line or spey rod that makes last years greatest fly line or spey rod so outdated.

As far as defending oneself goes, don't you have to be assualted first? Or, if not, is that what they call a pre-emptive defense? Kinda like the best defense being a good offense?

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Old 09-25-2003, 09:11 AM
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For those who don't know, I know Plunker from outside of the board and we have had a conversation or two while standing on the river bank. I respect his views and enjoy debating with him although I know he is better at debate then I. For that matter, most are.

I may have taken this thread a little to far in my zeal to engage my friend Plunker in conversation. I do enjoy poking at you Plunk and I think you like to get my goat on occasion. But, if I have stepped over the line a bit here, I apologize to all and in particular Plunker.
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Old 10-17-2003, 11:49 AM
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PCBs in fish

Yall might be intersted in this bit of trivia. The U.S. EPA Region III publishes a data base of risk based concentrations (RBC's) for most recognised priority pollutants one of them being PCB. [URL=http://www.epa.gov/reg3hwmd/risk/index.htm] RBC for PCB (Aroclor 1260) in fish is 0.0016 mg/kg or parts per million as a carcinogen. Not a really low number but prety low which means that you probably shoudnt eat PCB contaminated fish if you want to live forever. But then we all gotta die sometime.

The oher thing, I believe Soylent Green was made out of recycled human bodies.

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