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    • Good looking pools, that first pic when empty you can really see how well that liner fits, looks good.   I have caught many gar, mostly by accident, that is one fighting fish, very strong for there size and they can get very big. They could pull that kayak around like nothing.  There also pretty mean, do you have alligator gar there,(not sure where there is) looks just like a regular gar but has a long flat mouth and teeth just like a alligator.   Gar are not your average fish, you can throw one on land and it will still be fully alive an hour later. One time when trawling for shrimp we caught 3 each at least 4' long in one drag, it stopped the boat from moving, we thought we got hung up on something. Until we picked up the net then the fight was on to try and get them out the net then the boat, they kind of beat us up just trying to git rid of them. I have eaten them before but hope to never have to deal with them again. 
    • Then there not very excited about the smoke it would put off, they once wanted to ban or curb peoples bbq because of the pollution. But like watering your lawn limitations this does not apply to the better neighborhoods like where he will be working, it's only for the common people, the others neighborhoods and people are special exceptions.
    • There is preventive medicine for that that mostly only criminals can get in most states, one disease I will not get, if so someone's got some splanin to do like Ricky Ricardo would say.   Reminded me of what I told a son in law once, I told him I was thinking about opening a glaucoma treatment center in Jamaica. He was from Saudi, he didn't get it so I told him I wanted to go to Saudi and open up a bar with ladies nights with free drinks for the ladies and half price for couples plus specialize in smoked pork lunches during the day. He just looked at me very seriously and said that wouldn't work, then he finally got it.   .
    • then you gotta get the permits --in California  ,  you better not be in a hurry  -
    • I think he did buy it at a auction, it needs alot of work but they are built to last and very heavy duty. Looking at his tools/workshop and some of the things he has done I have no doubt it will be working. I don't remember what he paid for it but i would guess not more than a week or two in rental ?   Jim was the historian for Kilpsch and now for the museum, he is also a collector of stuff, all kinds of stuff, from small to large and especially anything old. He's quite the character, the old hippie.
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