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Welcome to the Pacific Northwest Orca Bait forum!

Discussion in 'Pacific Northwest' started by Uncle Pug, Aug 18, 2003.

  1. Uncle Pug

    Uncle Pug Swims with Orca ScubaBoard Supporter

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    At the end of the dive I spend time foating on the World's Largest Waterbed clapping my fins and barking.

    It is something I have always done. The ritual is concluded with the cheerful exclamation, "Orca Bait!"

    Everyone is tired of it but the tradition lives on... if only with me.
     
  2. GearHead

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    Sez who?! :D
     
  3. etype

    etype Contributor

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    ...sometime after they have a decent hockey rink in hell :wink:
     
  4. DavidG

    DavidG Solo Diver

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    Go Orca.
    6gills can be found up to Alaska and wolf eels have cousins on the east coast. And although the GPO is native, how would you distinguish it from a Caribbean octo on a tee shirt. (Now maybe if you printed it as a set - hat, shirt, pants, and tenners?)
     
  5. Windwalker

    Windwalker Contributor

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    Orca's are cool!

    I'm game.. or.. Bait, as it were.
     
  6. Uncle Pug

    Uncle Pug Swims with Orca ScubaBoard Supporter

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    I meant the part about clapping, barking and hollering "Orca Bait."

    You can never get tired of Relaxing on the World's Largest Waterbed. :D
     
  7. bwerb

    bwerb Hoser/English Translator, eh

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    The Vancouver Canuck's/GM Place are owned by "Orca Bay Sports and Entertainment" and they have a cool logo; John Mackaw also owns "Orca Bay"...anyhow...if you go to "Google Images" and type in *Orca Bay* you will see numerous Orca photos and logos...it would not take too much tweaking to change some of the logos and lettering to Orca Bait (and add the requisite fin in the mouth).
     
  8. etype

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    sure but the canucks keep losing no matter how much talent and money they throw at them. Orca's have become strictly commercial...everybodies doing it....made in taiwan.
    Time to draw on the power of the mighty salt water beaver...imagine a logo with those imposing gnarly gnashing denticles they have for teeth...whoops there goes another birch tree!

    I'm telling you the saltwater beaver is an impossibly frightening ghastly monsterous creature...the most bloodthirsty amphibious herbivore ever, turns my blood to icewater!
     
  9. BCSGratefulDiver

    BCSGratefulDiver Mental toss flycoon ScubaBoard Supporter

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    When orcas show up, divers typically get out of the water.

    Six-gills, GPO's and wolf eels are what everybody wants to see. But it's the smaller, cooler critters that are sought out by those who are "real northwest divers" ...

    - grunt sculpin
    - decorated warbonnet
    - clown dorids

    ... and that famousest, most elusive of all local denizens ...

    - Pacific Spiny Lumpsucker ... :wacko:

    ... Bob (Grateful Diver)
     
  10. Uncle Pug

    Uncle Pug Swims with Orca ScubaBoard Supporter

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    ...and some don't. :D

    Unfortunately for us the Orcas got out of the water as soon as we jumped in.... well... not out of the water... just out of our water. :(

    Must have been the halitosis in our bubbles.


    BTW Bob... I was thinking Lumpsucker too... except Lumpsucker Bait just didn't have the same curb appeal as Orca Bait.
     

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