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Old 07-16-2002, 10:27 PM
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Whats going on at Harvard these days ?

I should have stayed in school longer but the MBA burn't me out.


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Old 07-18-2002, 03:24 PM
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Hal, I wonder if the results would have been better if

they'd used a 3 foot long .75 Orvis rod and a weight forward configuration line? Perhaps a varient of the Waller Waker or Bomber for the 'peanut fly?'

Now if Juro has any money left over from all the new advertisers, we could do a small research funding grant.... to what point I haven't figured out yet. But given the bucks that are spent on other nonsence, no one would notice this one.

Someone used to award a "Golden Fleese" trophy; we could try for that?
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I don't know but I have a couple of squirrels bothering my wild bird feeder I would like to try this out on. Not even our Great Dane keeps them away, below I think may be the solution

The video is not working now but it is hilarous, take look at it some time.


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