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BarBaraPrz
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Re: Weights and other tackle     Reply with quote  
 
 
3:00 pm Jul 17, 2004

[quote="Judy K`"]The tackle shops are going to wonder why all these women are suddenly buying tackle boxes. Laughing [quote="cindyz"]

When I was in design school 30 years ago, they actually put "tackle box" on the list of required supplies...

Has anybody ever put a bell on the bottom of the bell pull?
MJ
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Joined: 23 Mar 2004
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Location: Austin, TX
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9:42 am Jul 19, 2004

quote:
Originally posted by Judy K`
The tackle shops are going to wonder why all these women are suddenly buying tackle boxes. Laughing


It was pretty funny, actually. I'm like, "Does this come in any other colors?" and they're like "Who cares?"
cindyz
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Joined: 24 May 2004
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Location: Denver
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9:51 am Jul 19, 2004

Well, we are kind of like fishermen....

We use a sharp tool to catch something. We definetely use string. We take great pride in our "catch". Most of us "mount" the best ones. I don't know but, I think we can get away with impersonating a fisherperson.

quote:
Originally posted by Judy K`
The tackle shops are going to wonder why all these women are suddenly buying tackle boxes. Laughing uote="cindyz"]MJ,

I am on my way to Bob's Bait Shop. A tackle box sounds like a great solution to my current mess in the drawer.

Cindy
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2:42 pm Jul 19, 2004

Very Good!! Laughing quote="cindyz"]Well, we are kind of like fishermen....

We use a sharp tool to catch something. We definetely use string. We take great pride in our "catch". Most of us "mount" the best ones. I don't know but, I think we can get away with impersonating a fisherperson.

quote:
Originally posted by Judy K`
The tackle shops are going to wonder why all these women are suddenly buying tackle boxes. Laughing uote="cindyz"]MJ,

I am on my way to Bob's Bait Shop. A tackle box sounds like a great solution to my current mess in the drawer.

Cindy
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Judy K`
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2:45 pm Jul 19, 2004

I did for a Christmas one but I think the term relates to older times when the pull was connected to a wire which connected to a bell in the servants quarters and that was how they called the serevants when they wanted them. Now much happens in my house when I pull[quote="BarBaraPrz"][quote="Judy K`"]The tackle shops are going to wonder why all these women are suddenly buying tackle boxes. Laughing
quote:
Originally posted by cindyz


When I was in design school 30 years ago, they actually put "tackle box" on the list of required supplies...

Has anybody ever put a bell on the bottom of the bell pull?
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