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Post by AllyKass on Wed Jan 06, 2010 12:59 pm

Laaly wrote:
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you was one clever and wise little girl
you can tell it to my brother he will not belive you
so, everyone see only its own point of course Idea whistle
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Post by AllyKass on Wed Jan 06, 2010 1:06 pm

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When me and my brothers were small - then my father took us in the rowing boat to fish. We had to be sooo quiet and sit so still....
This little lake had no really big fish but we got lots of tiny Roach (Rutilus rutilus) and Perch (Perca fluviatilis).... Sometimes small pikes too.
Mom made fish soup of them but I hated the bones ...
so,lessons about quiet already pythagoras used in his scool...5 years in silence...as you know... and then you can understand not only fishes,but even peoples without words
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Post by Laaly on Wed Jan 06, 2010 1:16 pm

ouu, once i went to "fishing" with my grandpa too.. i sooo badly wanted to go. grandpa sayed "no, you are too little" and told other wierd explanations why i couldnt go with him. and then i went to my granny and told her that i WANT to go. then granny sayed to grandpa that he should really take me with him... so against his will i get what i wanted.. and we went. when we arrived by the river and the other "fishermans" where there i realized what was it all about big boys just wanted to party without their wifes i'm not sure that was there eaven ONE fishing tool at all
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Post by AllyKass on Wed Jan 06, 2010 1:30 pm

ha ha ha...and what grandpa give for shut your mouth? lol!
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Post by caysa on Wed Jan 06, 2010 1:37 pm

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Re: ALLY'S DEN

Post by AllyKass on Wed Jan 06, 2010 2:43 pm

AllyKass wrote:
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Well, I know at least one person who went fishing as a little boy. Who might that be??
ahha,i think,that this is not hard to guess,if you would be watch to
how big was your biggest fish then?
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Post by Ricky on Wed Jan 06, 2010 2:55 pm

AllyKass wrote:
AllyKass wrote:
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Well, I know at least one person who went fishing as a little boy. Who might that be??
ahha,i think,that this is not hard to guess,if you would be watch to
how big was your biggest fish then?

In the very beginning? Some Cods of 30 or 40 cm (the heaviest fish) and an Eel of 60 or 70cm (the longest fish - or maybe even the heaviest) and some Flounders of around 25cm (the broadest fish). I didn´t write down what I caught in the beginning so I cannot remember for sure.
But later on I also got some bigger fish


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Re: ALLY'S DEN

Post by Laaly on Wed Jan 06, 2010 3:00 pm

AllyKass wrote:ha ha ha...and what grandpa give for shut your mouth?
i can't remember, but somehow i think it wasn't something nice
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Re: ALLY'S DEN

Post by AllyKass on Wed Jan 06, 2010 3:15 pm

Ricky wrote:
AllyKass wrote:
AllyKass wrote:
Ricky wrote:

Well, I know at least one person who went fishing as a little boy. Who might that be??
ahha,i think,that this is not hard to guess,if you would be watch to
how big was your biggest fish then?

In the first very beginning? Some Cods of 30 or 40 cm (the heaviest fish) and an Eel of 60 or 70cm (the longest fish - or maybe even the heaviest) and some Flounders of around 25cm (the broadest fish). I didn´t write down what I caught in the beginning so I cannot remember for sure.
But later on I also got some bigger fish
azza ... mine was only roach clown
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Post by Ricky on Wed Jan 06, 2010 3:46 pm

AllyKass wrote:
Ricky wrote:
AllyKass wrote:
AllyKass wrote:
Ricky wrote:

Well, I know at least one person who went fishing as a little boy. Who might that be??
ahha,i think,that this is not hard to guess,if you would be watch to
how big was your biggest fish then?

In the first very beginning? Some Cods of 30 or 40 cm (the heaviest fish) and an Eel of 60 or 70cm (the longest fish - or maybe even the heaviest) and some Flounders of around 25cm (the broadest fish). I didn´t write down what I caught in the beginning so I cannot remember for sure.
But later on I also got some bigger fish
azza ... mine was only roach clown

Just to make it clear (because I wrote "first very beginng" - actaully I wanted to wirte "very beginning"): I did NOT catch these fish on only one day. That was the result of my first 10 or 15 days of fishing (which was about my first year of fishing)
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Post by caysa on Wed Jan 06, 2010 4:09 pm

How old were you then?
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Post by Ricky on Wed Jan 06, 2010 4:23 pm

caysa wrote:How old were you then?

I´m not sure about that either. Maybe 8 or 9 years...
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Post by caysa on Wed Jan 06, 2010 5:09 pm

Ok - well small enough anyway Smile
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Re: ALLY'S DEN

Post by AllyKass on Thu Jan 07, 2010 8:07 pm

oh, we are, although we have not been,now??? can you image thatclown

Free cars and food, the sanatorium on Mars ... 1959th The Komsomolskaya Pravda predicted that 50 years after, the life of a terrestrial paradise of the Soviet Union.

50 years ago Komsomolskaya Pravda edition dated 1/1/2010, mediated by Ilta-Sanomat. The articles are full of naive faith in the future, and Soviet propaganda. The fact that the giant country 1991st In collapses, no one believed.

According to the forecast page reign of the Soviet Union, 2010th in the primitive. Money no longer in circulation. Crime has become an unknown concept, and work hard to make the ingenious machinery.

Private property no longer exists - even helicopters are used for all, not to mention cars. Similarly, there is no conduct of business - people will shop for free everything you need.

If you can usually stomach a full citizen of the Soviet communal canteen, the eve of year-old cook at home, however it something special.
The introduction of mobile phones in the newspaper predicted the future of portable and seeing a picture showing the spread of telephones. Dots was also forecast, which was the first time a person takes on the surface of the Moon. True, 1969. Komsomolskaya Pravda was a pioneer in the month of descent to be named Kirill Avgustovi cosmonaut, not an American Neil Armstrong.

Moon has become a second home, and there are people a lot of factories, where the full advantage of the Month nodules.

Siberia is through the "heat of atoms and trafficking", as fertile agricultural area where wheat is growing. In north pole, however, prepare for the first citrus crop harvesting.

With helicopter trills site-round vision and 125aastane old lady, because the Soviet people live healthy lifestyle, thanks to old age. If any organ is poor, changing the surgery clinic and a new one. You can also boost the health of Mars, open Pozitroni-named tracks.

Vodka may not nobody - it is used only for medical purposes!
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Post by AllyKass on Thu Jan 07, 2010 8:40 pm

and the other article
http://www.ohtuleht.ee/ilm/artikkel/361495
Hunters and farmers from Viljandimaa invite other peoples country forests habitants routes forestmen push snow off and feed out.

Ulvi Puddle Hunters Viljandimaas chief executive, said that roe deers who are most at risk are difficult to move in deep snow, snow, and who can not reach the bottom food writes Sakala.

Hunters and forest roads in need of aid targets and ask the farmers to clean the snow, if possible, postpone and clover fields with fender in the way that animals are easier to enter the pressure.

"People are just shovel deers help: a place where sleeping deers go, it should be a little bit to clean the ground, because animals will sleep in the snow may get pneumonia," said Puddle.

Forest feeding places should be juicy apples, and others vegetables and hay to cover them against freezing.
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Post by garina do mar on Thu Jan 07, 2010 9:29 pm

Is that so cold?
What would happen if Mait light some fire on the pigs place for the animals to warm?

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Re: ALLY'S DEN

Post by AllyKass on Thu Jan 07, 2010 9:37 pm

garina do mar wrote:Is that so cold?
What would happen if Mait light some fire on the pigs place for the animals to warm?
what happen then? maybe some grillparty
lol!
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Post by robin on Thu Jan 07, 2010 9:41 pm

garina do mar wrote:Is that so cold?
What would happen if Mait light some fire on the pigs place for the animals to warm?
The thick snow is the main problem, food is under the snow
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Post by robin on Thu Jan 07, 2010 9:41 pm

AllyKass wrote:
garina do mar wrote:Is that so cold?
What would happen if Mait light some fire on the pigs place for the animals to warm?
what happen then? maybe some grillparty
Then we must go there too
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Re: ALLY'S DEN

Post by garina do mar on Thu Jan 07, 2010 9:52 pm

Yeap!


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Post by Ricky on Thu Jan 07, 2010 9:54 pm

AllyKass wrote:
garina do mar wrote:Is that so cold?
What would happen if Mait light some fire on the pigs place for the animals to warm?
what happen then? maybe some grillparty
lol!

Yeah, barbecued Boar steaks....
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Post by Ophiophagus on Thu Jan 07, 2010 9:58 pm

Ricky wrote:
AllyKass wrote:
garina do mar wrote:Is that so cold?
What would happen if Mait light some fire on the pigs place for the animals to warm?
what happen then? maybe some grillparty
lol!

Yeah, barbecued Boar steaks....
... from Ricky's freezer! Laughing
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Post by garina do mar on Thu Jan 07, 2010 10:06 pm

Well... these from pigs site allready have the applesauce

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Post by robin on Thu Jan 07, 2010 10:07 pm

Ophiophagus wrote:
Ricky wrote:
AllyKass wrote:
garina do mar wrote:Is that so cold?
What would happen if Mait light some fire on the pigs place for the animals to warm?
what happen then? maybe some grillparty

Yeah, barbecued Boar steaks....
... from Ricky's freezer!
I think he has eaten all
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Post by Ricky on Thu Jan 07, 2010 10:32 pm

robin wrote:
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AllyKass wrote:
garina do mar wrote:Is that so cold?
What would happen if Mait light some fire on the pigs place for the animals to warm?
what happen then? maybe some grillparty

Yeah, barbecued Boar steaks....
... from Ricky's freezer!
I think he has eaten all

Nope. Only the Roe Deer venison is eaten.
But Red Deer venison (of hind and of the 2nd 1-year-old stag) and Boar venison (of the 2-year-old) is still left
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Post by garina do mar on Thu Jan 07, 2010 10:34 pm

Maybe we should do this party in Ricky's hut

That way we could check what he has in the freezer.

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Post by robin on Thu Jan 07, 2010 11:22 pm

garina do mar wrote:Maybe we should do this party in Ricky's hut

That way we could check what he has in the freezer.
I already checked, come on look what I found
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Post by caysa on Fri Jan 08, 2010 5:38 pm

Where is Ally????????????
She posted early this morning but after that..... NOTHING
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Post by robin on Fri Jan 08, 2010 5:56 pm

caysa wrote:Where is Ally????????????
She posted early this morning but after that..... NOTHING
Lots of work maybe...
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Post by caysa on Fri Jan 08, 2010 5:57 pm

Odd still - I hope everything is ok.....

HOHOIIIII ALLY, where are you?????
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