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Intro; New Member - brerabbit

  1. Feb 25, 2012 #1
    Hello all, I hope to meet you sometime. I am near Incline Village, Nevada so have a conservative bent on issues. Since I am new to this Forum, please bear with me while I climb the learning curve and sharpen my spell checker.

    thanx, brerabbit


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVnu71jVibI
     
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  3. Feb 25, 2012 #2

    Bobbywhy

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    Welcome to Physics Forums, brerabbit!

    I too am 68 and retired. I gain a lot from participating here on PF. Hope you do, too.

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  4. Feb 25, 2012 #3

    thanx bobbywhy:

    It is good to know that I am not the only senior here. Thank you for the conversation and welcome.

    brerabbit
     
  5. Feb 25, 2012 #4

    jim hardy

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    I and my neighbors are all retired guys living in NE Arkansas Ozarks.

    We call ourselves Ozark Cultural Society.
    Most mornings we get together over coffee to discuss pickup trucks, hunting and fishing, gun shows, and Fox News hemlines.

    old jim
     
  6. Feb 25, 2012 #5

    Borek

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  7. Feb 25, 2012 #6

    turbo

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    Welcome Brer. Please forgive me if I don't bare with you. At our age, it's a bit out of style.
     
  8. Feb 25, 2012 #7

    micromass

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    Welcome to PF!!

    Do you have a favorite fish??
     
  9. Feb 25, 2012 #8

    Borek

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    This talk about fish and old age makes me think about ostracoderms. Relatives to hagfish.
     
  10. Feb 25, 2012 #9
    hello jim,

    I fit right in with your clan but would in my afternoon nap.

    brer
     
  11. Feb 25, 2012 #10
    hello borek,

    Thank you for the age distribution here at the PF. I figured that the 29's would rule. I expect to have an interesting time here at PF. Thanx for the welcome.

    brer
     
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  12. Feb 25, 2012 #11
    turbo

    Thank you for the welcome. The bare misspelling was changed but was correct for some PF members if the PF Mentors approve.

    brer
     
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  13. Feb 25, 2012 #12
    And hear eye thought ewe were making a joke about the spell chequer.
     
  14. Feb 25, 2012 #13
    micromass.

    Thank you for the welcome. ...Fish?? ....Well don't tell my wife that my favorite fish are a couple of MGD. The way I figure is that if I catch a fish, I have to clean it, freeze in Ice, put on a new hook and bait. At my age that is to much work, so we stop by the grocery store, buy a couple of fish and a MGD and she is thrilled with my buddies arduous fishing works.

    brer
     
  15. Feb 25, 2012 #14
    jimmy.

    Thanx for the welcome. ...BTW, my Spewwl Checker needs a refresh often. ..:biggrin:

    brer
     
  16. Feb 25, 2012 #15
    Borek,

    This Ostracoderms ??? I think that a Trout is for me. ...:smile:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ostracoderm

    Ostracoderms ("shell-skinned") are any of several groups of extinct, primitive, jawless fishes that were covered in an armor of bony plates. They belong to the taxon Ostracodermi, and their fossils are found in the Ordovician and Devonian Period strata of North America and Europe. They were often less than 30 cm (1 ft) long and were probably slow, bottom-dwelling animals.[1] Another innovation of ostracoderms was the use of gills not for feeding, but exclusively for respiration. Earlier chordates with gills used them for both respiration and feeding. Ostracoderms had separate pharyngeal gill pouches along the side of the head, which were permanently open with no protective operculum. Unlike invertebrates that use ciliated motion to move food, ostracoderms used their muscular pharynx to create a suction that pulled small and slow moving prey into their mouths.

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/14/Ostracoderm.jpg [Broken]

    brer
     
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  17. Feb 25, 2012 #16

    drizzle

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    *smacks brerabbit with a big MGD fish*

    http://files.myopera.com/Chyren/files/fishSlap1a.gif [Broken]

    You're now officially a PF member. :biggrin:
     
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  18. Feb 25, 2012 #17
    gad.

    Thanx for the welcome, i guess. This is how I see fishing. ....:cool:

    Hammock-Boat.jpg

    brer
     
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  19. Feb 25, 2012 #18
    If you catch any fish, you're not doing it right.
     
  20. Feb 25, 2012 #19
    exactly!
     
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