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Johnsfolly

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Johnsfolly last won the day on March 4

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About Johnsfolly

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  • Birthday 03/08/1966

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    Formerly Columbia - Now Maryland
  • Interests
    Trout, Bass, Darters, Crappie
    Small game, Bow hunts, Turkey

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  1. I will note that Al Gore may have never dreamed that when he invented the internet that he would get this much attention !
  2. When I was in 7th grade I did a project on how a household could contribute to their local energy requirements by contributing trash (and waste) to a neighborhood compost and methane production center. The house would recycle gray water (didn't know that term at the time). As you mentioned it is unlikely that a larger scale may not be practical. Even a small scale might not generate enough "fuel" to generate a sufficient amount of energy.
  3. I have done that to crappie and other species, but only with fish that we were keeping for the table. That way they are considered separated in case the warden checked us. Never released a fish that was clipped.
  4. It's more likely student loans than cocaine or strip clubs...
  5. Your comment provides some perspective. I found a site (cannot confirm accuracy of values, but seem accurate) that had average and the range of salaries at the MDC for the following: Aquatic Biologist (likely included fisheries guys) - $47K - Range from $34 to $66K Wildlife biologist - $49K - Range from $36 to $69K Forester - $39K - Range from $27 to $57K Botanist - $39K Range from $28 to $50K If these were the only salaries for their household, I would doubt that most of them would be able to afford a fresh vehicle (or two), nice house, or able to contribute much in sending their kid(s) to college. That is without considerable amount of debt. I employ over 60 staff members that have a biological science background with a range from 1 to 32 years of experience. Except for some of long tenured folks, nearly all of my staff need a second income from a spouse or partner to have what you describe.
  6. Wrench I would love to hear what you think is getting paid quite well? $15, $20, $25, $50/hr?
  7. Johnsfolly

    What's Cooking?

    Ness - Good looking bread and a fine shepherd's pie! Guinness in the gravy sounds excellent!
  8. Johnsfolly

    What's Cooking?

    Not a problem buddy. Thanks for gifting it to my family. We have been using one block and the other is in the freezer !
  9. Congrats on your success! I love seeing guys catching those brown fish!
  10. Congratulations Pat! Sue, myself and the family (though a couple are out your way still) are glad that you had a great day. I got some face time with your husband in Arkansas. Sue and I can't wait to see you Both again.
  11. Every energy source has a cost associated with them. Wind generation is great unless you are a bird or bat. I would rather see solar or wind "farms" on city rooftops than taking over large open areas a disrupting those ecosystems. Both are also considerable eyesores (though not as much as a cooling tower or coal plant). We do need a variety of sources and should not be mandated to have one source or another.
  12. Johnsfolly

    What's Cooking?

    I had bangers and mash at an Irish gastropub on our travels yesterday to celebrate St Patrick's day a day early😌. We also tried beef bacon for our breakfast yesterday. I am not a big fan. The fat doesn't render as well nor taste as good as pork fat. As Emeril would say "pork fat rules!"
  13. Johnsfolly

    What's Cooking?

    You know that with most watnings there was an incident that caused them to put on the warning. Not sure what flour eating incident resulted in a possible lawsuit.
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