Thursday, February 08, 2007

Fish for a sucker

I'm a sucker for a few kinds of TV shows. I pay a million dollars a month for cable, and still I don't get all of the channels. I have to have HBO. For a while It was because I got hooked on the Sopranos. Now I'm into Big Love.

But there are a few TV shows I always watch if they come on. It's really silly.

1. Search for Noah's Ark 2. Search for the Loch Ness Monster 3. Hunt for Bigfoot 4. any sunken ship or U-boat show. (in that order)

It's always "Hunt" for bigfoot. Why isn't it search for Bigfoot? It isn't "Fish" for the Loch Ness Monster. And who knows? Perhaps if they did "Fish" for the Loch Ness Monster they might have better luck and catch one :)


The Wordpecker said...

Good point. Why is it that scientists always head to Loch Ness in boats tilting under the weight of their technology? I think we should send Bob Izumi with some chartreuse wormbait and have him try his luck.

don said...

Exactly! go after that sucker with a 250 horse Evinrude. Come to think of it, I've watched numerous shows on the subject and I don't think the fishing is that great on Loch Ness. You never see any other boats out there.

Perhaps the monster is actually an amphibian. A very long and skinny pre-historic frog that lives up on the hillside and only goes in the loch now and then when it isn't raining. It's always raining there and that's why they can't find it in the loch. They are looking in the wrong place!

Hey, you have to think outside of the bubble if you want to catch the Loch Ness Amphibian. It would explain a lot of things. You heard it here first!


And if it is a frog, then perhaps they should fly fish for it. :)