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Wednesday, March 07, 2012

Those Who Can, Do; Those That Can't, Teach; Those That Can't Teach Make Fishing Videos


How did this person live past infancy? Doesn't seem possible.

10 comments:

Sixty Grit said...

This country does offer some great fishing. One can fish his buddy out of the water, his quad out of the water, his dog out of the water and occasionally, a fish.

He makes his living out of doors. He must have a trust fund or something.

Ten Mile Island said...

This is getting sent with my weekly golf e-mail.

Thanks.
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Anonymous said...

Well, now, sometimes things just kind of go wrong, you know? It can't be helped. But any day of fishing beats a day of working. Suppose something just happened to go wrong at the sawmill, or the airport control tower? Better to be fishing, you know?

Cachinnosus said...

Give a man a fish, and he'll eat for a day.
Teach a man to fish, and he'll eat for a lifetime.
Give a man a show to teach a man how to fish, and you'll laugh your ass off.

Sixty Grit said...

The scene where the trolling motor came adrift could not have been better even if Buster Keaton had staged it.

Bram said...

Is this real? Tim Conway couldn't have done it better.

Tom Francis said...

Yes it is real - he's actually like that. I've been fishing with him twice - he's a little absent minded and not very "situationally aware" if you will.

Then again, these bloopers are taken over the course of a whole career and hundreds of TV shows so there were bound to be a few.

Titus said...

Hilarious

H. Gillham said...

Totally entertaining -- he's so genuinely perplexed at the things that happen. I loved it.

Anonymous said...

Did he make the bloopers available himself? If he did, at least credit him with having a sense of humor about himself. That has to be worth something.

I thought at first that these were staged on purpose, but anything involving a live spinning prop couldn't possibly be staged--common sense has to kick in at some point, despite the evidence of the video you very kindly posted.

Mike James