pesco — 2013-10-24T13:47:16-04:00 — #1
ratel — 2013-10-24T14:06:25-04:00 — #2
the sound of male midshipman eager to mate in a nearby estuary.
Heh: RSS went out before the "fish" was added. Which is a better line anyway, but in that case it really should be "midshipmen".
laynesk — 2013-10-24T14:07:47-04:00 — #3
There's probably a similar hum around the watering holes here in South Boston.
pesco — 2013-10-24T14:21:35-04:00 — #4
phosphorious — 2013-10-24T15:45:03-04:00 — #5
The way to stop these fish from humming , then, is easy: we just have to teach them the words.
leicester — 2013-10-24T16:12:43-04:00 — #6
felton — 2013-10-24T16:35:32-04:00 — #7
Here's an audio recording of the phenomenon:
noahdjango — 2013-10-24T20:50:10-04:00 — #8
- story about horny fish
- authors nickname is "Pesco"
- I am amused
- I am mentally twelve years old
pixleshifter — 2013-10-25T14:26:18-04:00 — #9
I sometimes wonder if some of the more strange hums could be caused by projects like HAARP creating a resonant hum that I reckon could easily bounce a great distance over the earth.
brainspore — 2013-10-25T14:29:56-04:00 — #10
That's a pretty typical entry from the Pescophiles—wait, I mean "Pesco Files!"
generic_name — 2013-10-25T14:49:29-04:00 — #11
This theory sounds fishy.
pesco — 2013-10-29T13:47:16-04:00 — #12
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