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Re: NFC: PoP Eye help
- To: nfc at actwin_com
- Subject: Re: NFC: PoP Eye help
- From: Stephen DiCerbo <mykiss at nycap_rr.com>
- Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2001 21:00:32 -0500
- References: <20010117.171335.-3819279.0.robertrice at juno_com> <3A665C14.F02F9851 at nycap_rr.com> <000701c08107$47da0ac0$10061c18 at tampabay_rr.com>
Jim Capelle wrote:
> What is a Gyotaku table? If it's food type table I have two
> questions. What if this fish is infected with more then just a bacterial
> disease? Is eating it a real good idea? Next we'll be reading about a Mad
> Fish disease. I guess you could say mercury poisoning could take on
> similar symptoms of Mad Cow disease, in the neurological effects. Just
> my two cents at this late hour with a head cold to boot. JiM C.
wow, talk about missed..... just found this post, jim sorry.... no
I am an artist and make Gyotaku prints..... Japanese fish printing....
at times the tank in the living room serves as a way-station for fish I have
caught awaiting printing....
more oft than not, they stay they too long and are difficult to part
I would probably euthanise this largemouth and makes some prints, but she seems
to have damaged some areas of scales on the tank strata.. would not be the
best printing specimen...
maybe she was just buying time..
Stephen Di Cerbo
stephen at stormtree_com
" Here comes the trout that must be caught with tickling. "
- William Shakespeare -