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  1. #66
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    That looks great dice,you got a lot of land on your property
    I don`t know about those 2 outhouses in the background though.I see 1 marijauna plant growing.

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    That pond looks a hell of alot better than the line set you installed on your Fush!tsue, I'll give you that.

    Maybe you can write a newsletter on POND-Talk.com.

  3. #68
    Originally posted by benncool
    That pond looks a hell of alot better than the line set you installed on your Fush!tsue, I'll give you that.

    Maybe you can write a newsletter on POND-Talk.com.
    I had dream I covered that with some kind of soffit or something, I am on it old man, just to shut you up.
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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    Originally posted by Diceman
    Originally posted by benncool
    That pond looks a hell of alot better than the line set you installed on your Fush!tsue, I'll give you that.

    Maybe you can write a newsletter on POND-Talk.com.
    I had dream I covered that with some kind of soffit or something, I am on it old man, just to shut you up.


    Wouldn't that be a wet dream?







    I bet you relaxed, thinking I had not posted for awhile...hahaha.........to be continued...




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    [QUOTE]Originally posted by vmc1161
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    Originally posted by Diceman
    Originally posted by benncool
    That pond looks a hell of alot better than the line set you installed on your Fush!tsue, I'll give you that.

    Maybe you can write a newsletter on POND-Talk.com.





    I bet you relaxed, thinking I had not posted for awhile...hahaha.........to be continued...




    I figgered maybe you were gang raped up in fig newton and had to to go to counselling......
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    Originally posted by Diceman
    Originally posted by benncool
    That pond looks a hell of alot better than the line set you installed on your Fush!tsue, I'll give you that.

    Maybe you can write a newsletter on POND-Talk.com.
    I had dream I covered that with some kind of soffit or something, I am on it old man, just to shut you up.
    Take some pics of that.
    A Diamond is just a piece of coal, that made good under pressure!

  7. #72
    I will......just for you.
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    Re: spillways from marsh pit

    Originally posted by Diceman


    Hey Dice,


    Who mows your lawn like that on the side of the hill?

    Looks like you could roll your mower over




    And don't tell me you use a pushmower.

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    Talking

    he uses this for the hill
    if at first you dont succeed,then skydiving is not for you

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    That will also make short time visitors out of the fish.
    "FIGHT CRIME: SHOOT BACK"

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    Re: spillways from marsh pit



    Originally posted by Diceman
    You can be mindful of what you put on that lawn from now on and hope the neighbor does the same with his. Or don't bond too closely with the fish and give them names and that sort of stuff.


    The interesting thing to watch will be the birds so you should put a feeder off to the side. They will drink in the top part, take a crap and will want something to eat.

    With the fish and the birds this will be like a small Disney World for cats. You like cats?

  12. #77
    My wife has already named the fish.........
    I will protect my pond with my trusty Red Rider if need be.
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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    The shed in the back under the trees should be a nice spot to start the fish cemetery.

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