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Never forget that only dead fish swim with the stream.
- Malcolm Muggeridge

Wimpy Trout

Subject: Wimpy Trout

The slimey protective coating might play a crucial role in shielding sea "run" trout from a gauntlet of barbless hooks, sea lamphreys and accelerate the healing from the near misses of hungry blue herons, with beaks not as sharp as they used to be....but just like Charlie don't surf...trout don't run...they swim. Runners have slimey protective coatings too, after a few hard laps... but that's where it ends, baby...If trout ran...they would understand that pain is just a state of mind...they would not need a bunch of tree huggers to sympathize with their plight...they could mate in any stream, no matter how hot or clear cut it was...and they certainly would not need anyone to barge their sorry asses around anything...see you Thursday, 5:30...The Rage

Addendum: ...a typical urinalysis of a 10kTruth.com disciple might reveal traces of chicken feathers, some wolf bane, Power Bait (chartreuse with sparkles make the Walleye go nuts out here), chain oil, diesel and fertilizer...nothing the IAAF would get too excited about. Most of our sponsored atheletes wear surgical gloves when baiting client hooks on the Columbia, as any good Walleye worthy of taking up space in our livewells can usually smell a blue collar runner right through even the stinkiest batch of Power Bait. - The Rage, 1/13/04

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