Re: NANFA--Rocket Science
Sat, 27 Jan 2001 02:02:24 EST

In a message dated 01-01-26 15:40:19 EST, John Gleeson wrote:

<< If the fish you keep were still wild, they would be wild and you wouldn't
need to feed them.>>

Yeh, right, & I suppose you think no one on this list, including you collects
wild fish?

<<Education is key ...>>

I have to agree with Moon on this one; if you don't have a clue about what
kind of fish you're dealing with, perhaps it might just be wise to educate
yourself? This doesn't really seem like rocket science to me.

One parting thought for those who appear totally out of touch with "nature".
It's called the circle of life. Ray probably understands more about this
complex of relationships than a roomful of Phd's.

<<Ignorance is bliss.>>

Yeh, I think I see your point, John.

Bruce Scott
Meridian, Idaho

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