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Old 07-15-2010, 10:25 PM   #1107
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something to discuss at G'z place...

during the hijackers rally.

we now have a winner,

it's the chicken.

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Ummmm, wouldn't it need to be chickens? As in two???
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Old 07-15-2010, 11:34 PM   #1108
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Versus the egg.

As in which came first?

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The Canadian Broadcasting Co. has promised to tell which came first on The National tonight. I am waiting, though I'll bet on the egg.

Oh, I missed it and the local Calgary news is on. I blew it again. I should have asked when I was in Chicken, Alaska.

Where were you guys in Chitina for the hijackers' rally? Or maybe you were in the Airstream caravan we saw around Ft. St. John, BC, yesterday—you were late.

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t was the chicken. Or as my 5 yo would say the kitchen.

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something to discuss at G'z place...

during the hijackers rally.

we now have a winner,

it's the chicken.

cheers
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All this talk about chickens and eggs is making me hungry

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Old 07-17-2010, 10:48 PM   #1113
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Geez Sky, Popcorngasm? I saw that and suddenly was hungry.

Now I have to sign off and go down to the kitchen and pop some corn - Joe Stock stuff though, not the killer stuff in your pictures.
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Old 07-17-2010, 10:51 PM   #1114
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So, if a guy was going to be somewhere yet to be confirmed on the southern WA coast in late July, what would he need for a beginner kite? Something trick but not crazy? The last kite I had was brown paper and it did a Charlie Brown thing....

Doe people make their own or do they buy them? What do you look for? What about the tail? What would you use for string or do they have something ring-dang-do now that comes with the kite?
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Doe people make their own or do they buy them? What do you look for? What about the tail?
Doe people, or female deer as we call them, have their own tails. The "stag people" also have tails and antlers too. It takes a lot of wind to make them fly. They are related to reindeer who can fly, have their own tails as well and both genders have antlers. Glad to help.

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Indeed, but when was the last time you actually met a guy named Pontius?
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OH man, I can't believe I doe'd that. I even spell checked it.

So, about those deer that fly like kites. It seems to me that when a Seagull lets loose it leaves one heck of a mess on the old Airstream. I can't even imagine what Doe and Buck do-do would do to the trailer......

Where does one tie the rope? On the Doe that is - we've got the other figured out.
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You have the wrong doe. It's really doh.

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Doe flying is best done during tornado season. Check weather reports and make friends with tornado chasers. Once you find out where the tornados are likely to occur, you have to catch a doe, something somewhat problematical. A large can of nitrous oxide spray should make them very happy and sluggish. If that doesn't work, use it on yourself and you won't really care much anymore. After you catch a doe, attach a very long rope onto their radio collar (previously attached by wildlife authorities) and chain yourself to a storm cellar. This is best done in the American midwest or the Canadian prairie provinces and requires a 200 mph or better tornado.

Some people try to do doe flying during hurricanes. You need a very big hurricane with 200 mph winds for this and they are very rare. It is also hard to chain yourself to a swamp. The tornado option is best. You could also try it on top of Mt. Washington, NH, in mid winter, but it will be mighty cold.

For further directions, contact 2air. He is an expert on Kansas and has a long history of doe flying. He will probably deny this as he does not want anyone to know he is practicing for the World Doe Flying Cup in 2012, but try to gain his trust by offering him nitrous oxide and cookies.

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Gene - I don't know what it is you are taking but I gotta get me some of that stuff.
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