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2009-09-01 21:01:35
You didn't miss much, Ms C.....It was just more of the usual wimpy-gimpy troll gibberish....nothing new or fresh or original......
2009-09-01 14:24:36
Drats, they removed his/her comment before I had time to read it ;-)
2009-09-01 07:05:19
Hey...the troll's comment has been blasted into oblivion....has someone been commissioned by the admin as Troll Patrol, and been given summary power of comment removal? If so, that's a good move and it's about time !
2009-09-01 06:54:22's Cohise, folks...the almost-correct but still slightly wonky and off-beat English, the dainty goody-twoshoes fastidiousness about using real profanity...I've suspected it for some time, and am now almost certain that this troll is none other than that wimpy-assed little cocksucker Cohise.....he/she is still resentful about being subjected to the group's collective scorn and ridicule, and this is her/his way of getting in her/his licks....doesn't have the balls or guts to actually confront anyone openly, so he/she resorts to the kind of chickenshit sneak attack tactics we've become familiar with....
2009-09-01 03:14:31
Thanks Steve Colbert. Why don't you post some, since you have a good eye (no pun intended for myself and poppy) for photography ;-)
2009-08-31 17:52:56
I like about all of your pics Connie. I've never posted any myself.
2009-01-20 14:21:04
thanks connie , very cool , never seen this before .
2009-01-20 14:10:42
The Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga has lots of them. Fantastic creatures! I could watch them for hours...
2009-01-20 11:38:53
Sea Dragons are arguably the most spectacular and mysterious of all ocean fish. Though close relatives of sea horses, sea dragons have larger bodies and leaf-like appendages which enable them to hide among floating seaweed or kelp beds. Sea dragons feed on larval fishes and amphipods, such as and small shrimp-like crustaceans called mysids ("sea lice"), sucking up their prey in their small mouths. Many of these amphipods feed on the red algae that thrive in the shade of the kelp forests where the sea dragons liv