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My boss finally commented about the wallpaper I have on my computer screens at work.....

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his comment was somthing about me wanting to be somewhere else....

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Where's the bobber?

Looks like the whole rod is gone grin

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Where's the fish? You just lookin' down a hole? But that is cool wallpaper.

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That's great! I remember when I worked on overnights, I was always tired. While ice fishing, I tended to mindlessly stare at the hole for hours at a time. Later at work, or trying to get to sleep, when I closed my eyes, the picture of the hole was burned into my brain. Pretty much exactly like your screen saver!

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Pretty cool pick, thats all I think about a work also. Nothing better than sitting in you shanty and fishing. They say "A bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work." Have a Merry Christmas.

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I took the picture one day while I was getting skunked. I realized I had been sitting there with my rod laying next to me for quite some time but I was still having a blast. laugh

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I agree its not always about catching, its funny how are priorities change as we get alittle older each year. I have more fun watching kids fish than fishing myself.

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