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@jeromeduran

Roscoe, NY #HappyEarthDay 💚🌍

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@encyclowpediabrown

If you can’t catch a fish, catch a buzz

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@uhseline

but just know that I'm selfish and I swear I can't help it but it's all for you 🌪

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@kennethkobayashi

First weekend of the season in the Catskills. Great to be back in the trailer, and see the Beaverkill River. Nights are still below freezing, but soon, we’ll be out on the river casting to trout.

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@woewy

“The money really got me actin different, might drop a bag on ya head & take you out of existence”. -woewy

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@themikemills

@ashley_gulla was nice enough to throw me some bp today...Gotta love a woman who wants you to get better too! #1KP #maxs #miken

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@prohibition_distillery

Thanks for bringing the @drinktoma delivery. It is always good to see you and restock on our favorite NY Bloody Mary. Looking forward to having one today!

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@brycemcdonough

My favorite place on this Earth. Respect your planet 🌎🌲🍃 #earthday

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@moroconnor

Beer

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@brycemcdonough

One more because the earth is special. Keep your planet clean, so the animals can stay alive 🌎 #happyearthday

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@motokonyc

After spotting a couple of bald eagles, I watched them for 20 min. The female looked like she was frightened and hiding from the male, and he looked like he was thinking of flirting, but he decided not to make a move. When he left, she followed him immediately. She might have been watching or stalking him.... 白頭鷲の雄雌発見。二羽とも20分も動かない。雌は怯えて隠れている風だったが、雄が飛び立つと、すぐに追いかけた。もしや彼女の方がストーカーだった?あるいは彼が浮気しないよう見張ってたのかな?

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@junipur

Breakfast by the river. Thank you Franca @berriedtreasuresfarm and Chef Tibor Kogler for hosting! #countrybreakfast #mountainpool #firepit #farmersmarket #riverside #flyfishing

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@metropolitanflyfishingclub

Great time last weekend for the beaverkill season opener. Casting training and practice with the legendary Joan Wulff and bamboo rod maker Per Brandin! Fishing on the willowemoc and beaverkill. Delicious dinner and great conversation at kaatskeller. Explored the Catskill fly fishing center and museum. What a weekend! Next hang out is beer tie 4/30 at 6:30pm Hudson hall. See you there! #flyfishing #flycasting #joanwulff #perbrandin #willowemoc #beaverkill #kaatskeller #catskills #roscoe #catskillflyfishingmuseum #metropolitanflyfishingclub

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@bigdogarms

WOW.......🤦🏻‍♂️ Dick's Sporting Goods will destroy the assault-style weapons it didn't sell Laura M. Holson Published 4:56 PM ET Wed, 18 April 2018 The New York Times A customer looks at guns at a Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. store in Paramus, New Jersey. Victor J. Blue | Bloomberg | Getty Images A customer looks at guns at a Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. store in Paramus, New Jersey. Dick's Sporting Goods plans to destroy the assault-style rifles and accessories it agreed to take off its shelves in February instead of returning them to gun manufacturers. It is the latest action taken by the Pennsylvania retailer that agreed to ban the sale of assault-style rifles at its 35 Field & Stream stores, and to stop selling firearms and ammunition to anyone younger than 21. Since the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., in February that left 17 students and staff members dead, corporations have quickly responded to the public's growing demand for responsible gun control measures. Several retailers agreed to stop selling firearms to consumers younger than 21. Among them are Walmart, the nation's largest gun seller; L.L. Bean; and Kroger, which said it would restrict gun sales at its Fred Meyer stores. Walmart also agreed to stop selling toys online that look like assault-style rifles. And Kroger announced in March that it would stop selling "assault-rifle themed periodicals." "It's a very good barometer of where the public stands," said John Feinblatt, the president of Everytown for Gun Safety, a nonprofit organization that seeks to end gun violence. "Corporations tend to reflect their customers." The news that Dick's Sporting Goods would destroy the weapons was first reported last week in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. A spokesman told the paper that the company was in the process of destroying the firearms and accessories no longer for sale, "in accordance with federal guidelines and regulations."

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