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#87056 - 05/05/07 10:43 AM Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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I will take a motion picture of Condello's bluegills in their new Condello Condo (fish cage) tonight when I feed them! Get the popcorn ready about 9 P.M. and enjoy! \:D
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#87057 - 05/05/07 11:22 AM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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Great! And G rated, I'm sure. I suppose Condello RES footage would be R rated.
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#87058 - 05/05/07 11:08 PM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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Certainly not as good as our and their accomodations in southeast NE. We & they were treated right nicely, I'd say.
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#87059 - 05/07/07 08:22 AM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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Spielberg had the same problem while filming Jaws. Hence the use of Bruce the mechanical shark.
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#87060 - 05/07/07 11:38 AM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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Wonderful, just wonderful. I'd gotten used to the fact that he's caught more fish, grows bigger fish, and is better looking than I am (just ask him :rolleyes: ). Now we find out Dr. Frankenbruce aced his SAT. The old Action Figure is gonna get a workout tonight. :p
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#87061 - 05/07/07 12:15 PM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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Theo-

I wouldn't feel bad if I were you. Bruce may do very well with the erudite, book-learning stuff, but that doesn't mean his grasp on the practical, day to day knowledge and skills we all use is any better than yours. As an example, I can't recall a single Condello post relating to the proper construction or taxonomy of medieval siege engines ever!

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#87062 - 05/07/07 01:24 PM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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Thanks Cecil, but I think Theo misinterpreted.

Actually I aced the math section of the ACT (36 if I remember correctly). But I didn't ace the rest of the test, nor did I ace the SAT. If I recall, my SAT was a rather pedestrian effort.

Have you ever seen the movie "Old School"? Watch Will Ferrel when he does the debate scene....

That was me in math. \:\) \:\) \:\)
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#87063 - 05/07/07 01:59 PM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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From those spread sheets I thought he was a math wiz. When he started doing those crazy genetics equations I knew it was true. So simple a "caveman" can do it. Now what about those cognitive learning skills and abstract thought processes. ? ;\) :p
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#87064 - 05/07/07 02:09 PM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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Man what an AWSOME looking cage DUDE!! I am going to have to make one of these!!!!!!

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#87065 - 05/07/07 02:34 PM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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Originally posted by Yolk Sac:
Theo-

I wouldn't feel bad if I were you. Bruce may do very well with the erudite, book-learning stuff, but that doesn't mean his grasp on the practical, day to day knowledge and skills we all use is any better than yours. As an example, I can't recall a single Condello post relating to the proper construction or taxonomy of medieval siege engines ever!
You, Sir, are amazingly perceptive!
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#87066 - 05/07/07 02:36 PM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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Thanks Cecil, but I think Theo misinterpreted.

Actually I aced the math section of the ACT (36 if I remember correctly). But I didn't ace the rest of the test, nor did I ace the SAT. If I recall, my SAT was a rather pedestrian effort.
Speaking strictly hypothetically, what would it mean if I had gotten a 37 in the math section of the SAT? \:D
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#87067 - 05/07/07 03:54 PM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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CB1:

36 IS tops for ACT.

SAT math section goes up to 800.
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#87068 - 05/07/07 05:32 PM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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Originally posted by Theo Gallus:

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Speaking strictly hypothetically, what would it mean if I had gotten a 37 in the math section of the SAT?
That would mean you were an English major.

Or, that you were working in the Congressional Office of Budget and Finance.

Or, if you did manage to pursue your original career path in aerospace engineering, that you were in charge of calculating the rendevous point with the planet Mars for the first manned mission.

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#87069 - 05/07/07 05:55 PM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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 Quote:
Originally posted by Yolk Sac:
Originally posted by Theo Gallus:

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Speaking strictly hypothetically, what would it mean if I had gotten a 37 in the math section of the SAT?
That would mean you were an English major.

Or, that you were working in the Congressional Office of Budget and Finance.

Or, if you did manage to pursue your original career path in aerospace engineering, that you were in charge of calculating the rendevous point with the planet Mars for the first manned mission.
Haha...that was a good post! I needed a good laugh.
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#87070 - 05/07/07 07:43 PM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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 Quote:
Originally posted by Yolk Sac:
Originally posted by Theo Gallus:

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Speaking strictly hypothetically, what would it mean if I had gotten a 37 in the math section of the SAT?
...Or, if you did manage to pursue your original career path in aerospace engineering, that you were in charge of calculating the rendevous point with the planet Mars for the first manned mission.
Wow, Yolkie; incredibly close! Right solar system, wrong planet. Theo has been working closely with Burger Aerospace in preparation for the first manned journey to the seventh planet from the sun. Pass me the tinfoil hat, please.
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#87071 - 05/07/07 10:42 PM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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Originally quoted by Brettski:

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Wow, Yolkie; incredibly close! Right solar system, wrong planet. Theo has been working closely with Burger Aerospace in preparation for the first manned journey to the seventh planet from the sun. Pass me the tinfoil hat, please.
I'm taking a wild guess here-if Burger is in charge of flight ops, and Theo, navigation, that you have Sunil in mind for asstronaut??

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#87072 - 05/07/07 10:46 PM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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Watch your spelling now. You'll make Theo get out his red pen.
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#87073 - 05/07/07 10:59 PM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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No that is not right! Sunil is much to smart to let his asstro go for naught. Plus Burger and Theo are much wiser than that - they are sending some hot shot rookie driver on that mission. They know that , after the big boys Jupiter and the ringed-man Saturn, if they miss Uranus that nep-tune is a small hard rock gig and Pluto is no more - so they would be outa-space. No tin-foil hats please.
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#87074 - 05/07/07 11:01 PM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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Me no smart.
Fatty happy get 500 on SAZ
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#87075 - 05/07/07 11:04 PM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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My bad.

If I'd known that Sunil could bench press 723lbs I would never have dared such liberties in the first place. The fear of the red pen pales in comparison.

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#87076 - 05/07/07 11:21 PM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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Originally posted by Fatty McButterPants:

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Me no smart.
Fatty happy get 500 on SAZ
That's all right, when you're as handsome as you are, brains aren't all that important anyway.

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#87077 - 05/08/07 12:37 AM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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I aced the Playboy Mensa test...sooo that qualifies me to nominate Yolkie to the revered title of 'fingerling'.

thin ice, boys, thin ice.
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#87078 - 05/08/07 01:10 AM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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Originally posted by burgermeister:

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thin ice, boys, thin ice.
Well, we haven't been moderated yet, either that or Theo is sleeping.

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#87079 - 05/08/07 07:56 AM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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What is ACT and SAT? I thought that Muleshoe grads could figure out all of the 3 letter words. The Teacher made us skip the 4 letter words and go to 5 letter. That was tough.
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#87080 - 05/08/07 08:21 AM Re: Video of Condello bluegills feeding here (pg 4)
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Burger built the spaceship;
Sunil flies it fast and brisk.
With Theo steering, he's a fool
His silly *.
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