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#92529 - 01/06/06 04:06 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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Didn't "Animals" want to raise LMB, in his house no less?
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#92530 - 01/06/06 04:07 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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"burgermeister" on campus. \:D \:D
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#92531 - 01/06/06 04:08 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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 Quote:
Originally posted by Sunil:
Bowel Movement On Call

This was the original trade name for what is now known as Ex-Lax.
BS

No, really, I was playing FB in JC and started BMOC and we all started calling each other this. A few months later a cologne came out and movie with the acronym in it. My 15 seconds of fame. No cash, though.

And, no, I didn't inhale.
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#92532 - 01/06/06 04:17 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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Wood, good memory about Animals. I forgot about that one. What page is that thread on?

BM, so what does BMOC mean?
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#92533 - 01/06/06 04:24 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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Big Man On Campus
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#92534 - 01/06/06 04:31 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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Sorry, but I couldn't help but list my farewell to Animals which was posted just after Dudley's post listed above.

"Sorry to see you go, Animals.

You were in pole position to earn the first annual dum-bass award!

The up side is now you are free to pursue "the chicken's hit" award!

Good luck and best wishes."


OK. Big Man on Campus. Got it.
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#92535 - 01/06/06 04:37 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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That was really funny, too. Almost as funny as your aluminum foil post.
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#92536 - 01/06/06 05:08 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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Bruce, I don't believe I can take credit for the aluminum foil thing. It wasn't me.
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#92537 - 01/06/06 05:14 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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I'm just joking.
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#92538 - 01/06/06 05:37 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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Ok, I'll admit it, when I had hair it was blond.
Some of this stuff is flying right over my head!

Sunil I was scratching my head on the aluminum foil thing too! Although I have to admit it sounded like you.
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#92539 - 01/06/06 05:39 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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Jeeesh Bruce....I'm lookin at your posting times. You must be runnin' to the 'puter between patients. Do you change your latex gloves between posts? \:\)
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#92540 - 01/06/06 06:22 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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OK, let's review...


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Originally posted by Bruce Condello:
You know, with me getting all sentimental, how can you not reflect back on some of the classic posts of 2005.

We all remember how Theo discovered after years of problems, that horse tanks hold water more effectively when the open end is pointed up.

NEVER HAPPENNED

And who could forget Bill Cody, who informed us that every time he ran his aerator for 30 minutes that he was projected half an hour into the future. That kind of thing is just priceless.


NEVER SAID IT


And what about our friend Sunil? His classic post, when he told us that he could make better decisions on pond management by lining the entire inside of his house with aluminum foil. I mean really! Where else can you get this kind of information.

NOT REAL


And then there's ewest. He may have saved us all hundreds of hours of frustration when he posted a link, that led to another link, that led back to the first link. He went round and round for days before a passerby pulled him free. Had he not informed us of this potential problem....well, who knows the tragic consequences?

NOPE, THIS ONE NEVER...


http://www.pondboss.com/cgi-bin/ubbcgi/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=20&t=002291

There have been countless posts, by countless caring pondmesiters that make this forum what it is. I tip my hat to all of you.

Does anybody remember any more of the classics?
I CAN'T TELL YOU HOW PLEASED I AM WITH MYSELF THAT SOMEONE BELIEVED THIS! \:D \:D \:D
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#92541 - 01/06/06 06:23 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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Brettski!,

No work today. Had continuing education, and they let us out early. \:\)
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#92542 - 01/06/06 06:42 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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Is it groundhog day already? I keep having this eerie feeling like I've been here before....
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#92543 - 01/06/06 06:48 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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Well Bruce, I think I can speak for many when I say it makes us happy to make you happy!

BTW, what are you on anyway? ;\)
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#92544 - 01/06/06 09:17 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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Bruce is like staying ahead of all the other twisted PB minds all working together. It's impressive and a little scary at the same time.

I think I'm jealous.
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#92545 - 01/06/06 09:31 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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Theo- You have nothing to be jealous about, In my opinion you are the most twisted Pond Boss of them all!

Great comedy everyone, I blew coffee all over my computer screen this morning. I like this thread:
http://www.pondboss.com/ubb/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=4;t=000109

I get visions of Dave Davidson tar and feathering Theo with Cormorant feathers! \:D \:D
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#92546 - 01/06/06 09:44 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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You guys produce the best laughs in months. Thanks.
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#92547 - 01/06/06 09:46 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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You're right Bill, & I especially like this comment by Theo:
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DD:

So many muffins, so few meadows.
:D
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#92548 - 01/06/06 09:47 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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OK, Here's Bill Cody's funniest REAL post ever. Read his response to my post...

Posted by Bruce Condello:
posted September 19, 2004 12:01 AM
After hinting to my wife that I might try my hand at raising some red wigglers she invoked the little known “Invertebrate Clause” of our prenuptial agreement, which reads as follows:

“Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, the undersigned party hereby waives, releases and relinquishes any and all right, title or interest whatsoever in the possession of, within the boundaries of said home or dwelling, any and all invertebrates, including, but not limited to crickets, grasshoppers, crayfish, mollusks, scuds, night crawlers, red wigglers (heretofore known as the “Cadillac of Worms”), mayflies, dragonflies, damselflies, or leeches for any reason including, but not limited to, use for capturing fish, or production of additional bait items through reproduction of said invertebrate.

No exemption shall be provided from said limitation through use of Ziploc and, or paper bags within any household appliance used for refrigeration of common food items and use of said appliance to house invertebrates shall warrant a breach of contract by the undersigned party.”

This wording was found right after the part about fidelity and right before the section on use of kitchen for filleting fish.

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Bruce - I got a visitor and had to preempt my earlier post. The prenuptial says household appliance for refrigeration of common food items. Assuming common means general household/kitchen. Your loophole is to buy your own used refrigerator or better yet buy your wife a new frig. ,,, and use the old one in the garage for your refreshments, bait and etc. Depending on one's definition of home or dwelling and if it does not include the garage with home/dwelling, then you can put the bait frig in the garage. If the agreement includes garage in with the home/dwelling then you will need to house the extra frig in a shed or out building. PS :: Remind your wife that shrimp, crab meat, clams or oysters from the market are included in the dreaded "invertebrates" category and the agreement has probably already been previously broken. Another taboo item that probably occurs in many wild caught fish (even from markets) more than realized is the rare incidental parasite that occassionally occur in fish flesh/fillets. These too are invertebrates and contribute to a previous violation of the agreement. Often these are very inconspicuous and always harmless when fish is cooked. Also the prenuptial does not specify dead or living invertebrates. Loopholes . Note: I realize this may not be a real serious topic/thread - LOL. All wives have to be pretty tolerant to be married to a serious fisherman.
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#92549 - 01/06/06 10:04 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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Theo,
Bruce has been particularly nice to me from day one. As I am pretty new to PB exposure; should I be exercising any level of concern? He is so darn likeable! Is there any risk of mental recruitment? I shudder to think of an entire race of pond-owners with perfect, porcelain teeth, all commited to do the bidding of a madman in an aqua labcoat!

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#92550 - 01/06/06 10:09 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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I like this one about the spider holes because I laughed so much trying to write it with visions of frozen pirate's feet stuck to the ice covered pond.

http://www.pondboss.com/ubb/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=20;t=002231;p=2

\:D \:D
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#92551 - 01/06/06 10:15 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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Absolute classic!
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#92552 - 01/06/06 10:21 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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I'm doing an on-line toast to you gentlemen as I type this.

Cheers!
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#92553 - 01/06/06 10:59 PM Re: PB Funnies Thanks....and farewell.
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Cheers!
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