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  1. Watering Hole
    Words fail to the first responders . . . regards, John
  2. TradTalk Main Forum
    . . . no words needed . . .
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    It is like basically an archery sauna. Hot and sticky. Shot with Gary and Sandy, Matt and his boy, and one other guy. Some good targets, some less good. Fun was had by all.
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    You don't need to catch the words..... And it's probably better you don't..........
  5. Watering Hole
    English may be the largest language, but other languages have some useful terms with no exact English equivalents. This is a list of 25 good ones -
  6. Watering Hole
    So now big brother Google will monitor your email for flu-related words to help improve medical response to outbreaks...or something like that. In other words, they're gonna spy on your personal email communications for your own good. Isn't that comforting?!
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    I propose dumping a few words. I'd start with "instinctive", but that one is so well-established that it's hardly worth the try. ;) Another is "subconscious". I like that one and its opposite even less than "instinctive", because the latter - though a misnomer - has come to mean something (or...
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    I've been getting a lot of emails asking me to post more here, so I thought I'd share a few thoughts about tiller. When people ask about tiller they are usually told to set it somewhere and leave it, or that it simply doesn't matter. For some people that may be the best, but for people looking...
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    I was sitting around with a group of friends from all different disciplines, ages and experiences. The one thing they all had in common was hunting and most were bowhunters when guns are not allowed. In fact, one of the boys is one of the top RCMP snipers in Canada. We were talking about...
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