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the JULY Caption Contest

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"These low cost air lines have really gone DOWN in there service these days"
Sven! Sven! tell us again about last year keyz kraze giant white grouper!!!
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Pab, That must be a winner :D Make our birthday boy look amost human :king
Otis Redding...:mute ... good call Jon :yack ;)

Being the subject of this disscussion, I thought I should clear something up... This is the plane I thought I was flying and this is the plane I actually wasflying :blackeye When the picture was taken I was simply trying to retreive the aircraft before anyone noticed it was missing. :cool:

Also, kudos to Matt Charlton for taking the shot... Now as long as my boss dosn't see the picture :mute because as Shane pointed out, I didn't tie the spear to the floatline :duh so there it sits. Any ideas on getting a plane with minor damage out of the drink :confused:

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The dangers of freeshafting


No, I said to Sven, don't load the Riffe on the plane, no, don't play with the trigger mech... but does he listen?
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Risking life and limb, armed only with a pole-spear, Aaron plunges into the depths to take on an unusually large and aggressive specimen of the most ill-tempered bottom feeder known to man. Bad-ass cousin of the flounder, black sheep of the fluke family -- the infamous "Giant Haliburton".


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Narcosis? But freedivers don't get narcosis.......... I'm fine, really................ Hey I got one!
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3 hours after the planecrash, the rescue diver showed up... Shooting the spear into the plane, and then pulling it up to the surface seemed like a good plan he thought to himself..:p
"Well, you killed it, now you have to clean and eat it"
"Mmm, aluminum billet... I mean, fillet"

"Hmmmmm :hmm I wonder what the size restrictions on one of these puppies is?"


"Darn! I already bagged one of these today. If the Harbor Patrol catches me with two, I am big-time hosed!"