1. Bloomfield Hills
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    28 Apr '05 23:53
    One man catches a fish. He then eats the fish. He sees it's remains a few days later when he is fishing. How is this possible?
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    29 Apr '05 00:161 edit
    -he eats the fish
    -after digesting he excretes the fish
    -the sewage dumps off into the river he is fishing!!!
    😛

    -todd
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    29 Apr '05 00:19
    Originally posted by TDR1
    -he eats the fish
    -after digesting he excretes the fish
    -the sewage dumps off into the river he is fishing!!!
    😛

    -todd
    Did you read a book where a fish eats a toy soldier and then the family who owns the toy soldier buys a fish from a fisherman and finds the toy soldier in it's belly?
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    29 Apr '05 00:19
    Originally posted by TDR1
    -he eats the fish
    -after digesting he excretes the fish
    -the sewage dumps off into the river he is fishing!!!
    😛

    -todd
    I agree!

    Another option would be. He does'nt eat the entire fish (grates/head/etc) and sees those remainings.
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    29 Apr '05 00:211 edit
    Originally posted by legoman
    Did you read a book where a fish eats a toy soldier and then the family who owns the toy soldier buys a fish from a fisherman and finds the toy soldier in it's belly?
    I did. about 15 years ago. It's a Tin soldier isn't it? It only has one leg. And it dies in the flames melting with his loved one.

    Wow that brings up memories
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    29 Apr '05 00:22
    Originally posted by Siebren
    I did. about 15 years ago. It's a Tin soldier isn't it? It only has one leg. And it dies in the flames melting with his loved one.

    Wow that brings up memories
    Pretty wierd.
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    29 Apr '05 00:23
    Originally posted by legoman
    One man catches a fish. He then eats the fish. He sees it's remains a few days later when he is fishing. How is this possible?
    He didn't like it.
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    29 Apr '05 00:26
    Originally posted by Bowmann
    He didn't like it.
    lol
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    29 Apr '05 00:26
    Originally posted by legoman
    Pretty wierd.
    I didn't write it 😀
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    29 Apr '05 00:29
    Originally posted by Siebren
    I didn't write it 😀
    Sooorry...
    Gosh.
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    29 Apr '05 00:29
    Originally posted by Siebren
    I didn't write it 😀
    Sooorry...
    Gosh.
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    29 Apr '05 00:37
    Originally posted by legoman
    Sooorry...
    Gosh.
    Ah.. just send me a cheque or a wire transfer of $ 500,00 and it's all forgiven!
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    29 Apr '05 00:53
    Originally posted by Siebren
    Ah.. just send me a cheque or a wire transfer of $ 500,00 and it's all forgiven!
    Don't mean to be evil, but...
    ...It should be $50,000 not $500,00.
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    29 Apr '05 00:56
    Originally posted by legoman
    Don't mean to be evil, but...
    ...It should be $50,000 not $500,00.
    depends on in which country you're in. In Canada it's $ 50,000.00 (fifty thousend) In The Netherlands it's $ 50.000,00 (fifty thousend). So I only ment $500 (five hundred :-))
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    29 Apr '05 00:58
    Originally posted by Siebren
    depends on in which country you're in. In Canada it's $ 50,000.00 (fifty thousend) In The Netherlands it's $ 50.000,00 (fifty thousend). So I only ment $500 (five hundred :-))
    Actually, in Canada they stopped using commas. It's really $50 000.
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