Re: NANFA-- ling?
Mon, 11 Mar 2002 19:41:29 EST

In a message dated 3/11/02 6:20:04 PM US Central Standard Time, writes:

<< The March 2002 Skin Diver magazine has an article called 50 Dives in 50
States. For Montana's Big Horn Canyon they say "Divers will see carp,
smallmouth bass, and an occasional trout, ling, or walleye."

What's a ling? I think I know...

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Wasn't that the panda China gave us?


Chuck Church
Indianapolis, Indiana USA Dogs are short,
you see, close to

the ground. That way they can't get
struck by lightning. Now if they was giraffes, they'd have been hit
by now. Uh... but dogs are short and they take care of their own.
Giraffes don't. No, giraffes don't at all. Boy, giraffes are
selfish. Just run around looking out for number one, getting hit by
lightning.... - Barney Fife
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