Discussion in 'Present & Current Events' started by Toroid, May 29, 2018.
Disney World visitor charged with groping theme park character
Freedom From Religion Foundation blasts proposed National Bible Week resolution
Texas husband, wife are officially oldest living couple in the world
god bless them
Alibaba Singles' Day sales hit $13 billion in first hour
American flight skids off runway at O'Hare as early snowstorm disrupts hundreds of flights
The next iPad Pro may arrive in early 2020 with 3D sensors
Amazing catch and in a kayak too lol...
Texas man reels in 7-foot, 200-pound alligator gar while out fishing on his kayak
A South Texas man came out victorious and reeled in a 7-foot, 200-pound alligator gar after a 40-minute fight while he was out fishing on his kayak earlier this week.
Chris Hernandez from San Benito told mySA.com he caught the fish Monday afternoon out by a river that was not that far from the city.
Hernandez said he didn't realize how large the gar was until the fish submerged his head above water, adding he got a little scared at first.
During the back-and-forth battle, Hernandez said the fish gave him a "really good fight" as the gar used his tail to try to flip over his kayak.
"He was dragging me all over the river," he said. "For a minute I thought I was going to lose my pole because it was like halfway in the water."
Due to the gar's size, Hernandez couldn't put the fish onto his kayak so he said he had to hold his fishing pole in one hand and then use the other to row his way back to land.
Now THAT's fishin'
All public schools in a Milwaukee suburb closed after hit list, ammunition found
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Homeless man who died near downtown Janesville was war veteran, his family says
Trump ally Roger Stone found guilty of lying to Congress, witness tampering
sounds like burnie sanders.
Trump pardons 2 ex-military officers, promotes Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher
Watch Chile Protesters Kill A Police Drone Using Hundreds Of Laser Pointers
There is talk of criminal charges being brought on to Myles Garrett for using the helmet as a weapon to inflict injury intentionally...
Could Myles Garrett have killed Mason Rudolph when he struck QB with helmet?
a football helmet is NOT light! I spoke to Brian about the incident. he told me that if he did something like that he could expect to be kicked off the team and
Brian also said he would be expelled from school and go to jail if he did this...
[WATCH] NFL Fan Attempts Myles Garrett's Helmet Smash On Mason Rudolph On A Chair
Remember to rewind your Blockbuster tapes before returning them...“Be kind and rewind” lol...
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