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09-13-2012, 10:04 PM
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This Bears offense is a disgrace to watch right now. Thank god I picked them last week in my suicide pool, I would never know what I would be getting out of them.

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Spent the week in South Carolina for my brother's graduation from basic training in the army.

Thank god I am home.. So tiring

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That's awesome, did you catch anything fishing?

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Nothing at all

Only thing I caught was a belt from the engine of a boat or something.. Tons of seaweed too..

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Nothing at all

Only thing I caught was a belt from the engine of a boat or something.. Tons of seaweed too..

No fish
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I did head out yesterday off of Cape May in the morning and caught some Flounder. Also a ton of Croackers and a few King fish. Weakies were running but I only caught a 9 inch one....Also the best part of the trip was we saw Whale's feeding. Pretty neat, wish I took a picture when the whales were breaking the surface, have no clue what type they were though. It was in the Delaware Bay though.

It really sucks when you don't catch anything, but there's always next time.

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09-14-2012, 12:12 PM
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I did head out yesterday off of Cape May in the morning and caught some Flounder. Also a ton of Croackers and a few King fish. Weakies were running but I only caught a 9 inch one....Also the best part of the trip was we saw Whale's feeding. Pretty neat, wish I took a picture when the whales were breaking the surface, have no clue what type they were though. It was in the Delaware Bay though.

It really sucks when you don't catch anything, but there's always next time.
There were some good sized bass in the lake but I could not catch a single one.. Seaweed was too much. For awhile I was just using a hook with no weight to keep it from getting tangled.. Didn't work. Still got tangled

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09-14-2012, 12:26 PM
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There were some good sized bass in the lake but I could not catch a single one.. Seaweed was too much. For awhile I was just using a hook with no weight to keep it from getting tangled.. Didn't work. Still got tangled
Did you use a bobber? Bass generally lay in the area where seaweed and vegetation are located. Cast it right before the lily pads and you should start getting hits. How about any lures? I used to fish with my father in Tullytown, the fish in those lakes are huge. My father caught the biggest largemouth bass I have ever seen in person. Caught it in the heaviest vegetation on the lake. He could shove his fist down his throat, and he doesn't have the smallest hands.. Son of a ***** probably weighed 6-7 pounds. Catch and release of course.

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They should.. If not, just tweet Hartnell about it.


Prongo, where would you suggest someone goes for a full round of golf if they've never played? Me and a few friends are looking at playing a round of golf but aren't sure of where to go

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They should.. If not, just tweet Hartnell about it.


Prongo, where would you suggest someone goes for a full round of golf if they've never played? Me and a few friends are looking at playing a round of golf but aren't sure of where to go
In and around the Philly area I suppose you are talking about. I golf at two places usually. One is cheap, but not that bad of a course, and the other is more expensive but pretty decent course. The cheap on is Byrnes golf course on Frankford Avenue. It's hilly but pretty cheap with a cart. Can't beat it if you are just going for a good time. Also you can easily get beer on the course.

Bensalem Country Club is the other course I golf at. It is a pretty nice course, but more expensive. like almost 60 bucks for a full round with cart. Also they have a ranger who watches you tee off and inspects your ****, so beer is hard to get on the course. If you do go there though, after the 2nd hole you can just stop at your car and pick up the cooler. They won't check you after you are on the course.

Of course the beer part is if you want to drink on the course.

Never golfed at Cobb's creek, but heard it was really nice from a few people. It isn't that expensive either. You play the Olde course, it supposed to be a "gem". They are the places I recommend.

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09-15-2012, 03:09 PM
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Do either of them require you to bring your own clubs? Not really looking to buy a set of clubs to use once if I am not a fan of golf

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Do either of them require you to bring your own clubs? Not really looking to buy a set of clubs to use once if I am not a fan of golf
I am pretty sure Bensalem Country club has clubs you can rent for like 5 bucks I believe. They are not the best clubs, but they will get you through. If your friends have clubs, you can just rent the clubs and just use your friends. I did that before I bought my clubs. They won't let you on without the exact amount of club sets per players.

Byrnes I believe doesn't have that.

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They should.. If not, just tweet Hartnell about it.


Prongo, where would you suggest someone goes for a full round of golf if they've never played? Me and a few friends are looking at playing a round of golf but aren't sure of where to go

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09-15-2012, 08:18 PM
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http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=641260

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09-17-2012, 11:56 PM
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How far out are we from the flyers beginning the steps to get a new arena?

10 years?

15?

20?

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09-18-2012, 01:09 AM
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how far out are we from the flyers beginning the steps to get a new arena?

10 years?

15?

20?
25-30. All the other crap they've built makes things harder. Even then, it's more likely they just renovate instead of rebuild.

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09-18-2012, 01:19 AM
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Damn

Most of the arenas built in the 90s are boring

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Most of the arenas built in the 90s are boring
Yeah, it sucks. Very little personality outside of baseball. FedEx Field here in DC really, really sucks; I'd take pretty much any college stadium over it, or high school...it's just unbelievably bland.

I'd be surprised if any major Philly team gets a stadium rebuild any time soon. There's no room to build, and that area has become a sports complex. What we have is what we'll probably continue having, with renovations every now and then.

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Yeah, it sucks. Very little personality outside of baseball. FedEx Field here in DC really, really sucks; I'd take pretty much any college stadium over it, or high school...it's just unbelievably bland.

I'd be surprised if any major Philly team gets a stadium rebuild any time soon. There's no room to build, and that area has become a sports complex. What we have is what we'll probably continue having, with renovations every now and then.
We could have had space if it wasn't for the xfinity live bar!

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My mom is running around the house terrified about the tornado warning.

'WHAT DO WE DO IF THERE'S A TORNADO? HOW DO YOU PEOPLE NOT KNOW? WE'RE GONNA DIE'

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My mom is running around the house terrified about the tornado warning.

'WHAT DO WE DO IF THERE'S A TORNADO? HOW DO YOU PEOPLE NOT KNOW? WE'RE GONNA DIE'
Tornado warning? They just dropped the Tornado watch for our area and extended the one in Jersey till 9 o clock. Tell her even if there is a tornado warning it doesn't mean a tornado has actually formed, it just means their is rotation is the clouds suitable for a tornado.

Put her in the closest and tell her you will notify her when it is safe to come out.

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