Nice Pecs

These two news stories have nothing to do with one another, but I happened to read one after the other, and well, you understand….

Some Pinellas County residents were shocked Tuesday when 30 catfish were spotted taking a stroll in their subdivision.

Apparently, the fish walk by using pectoral fins and can still live outside water as long as surfaces stay wet.

According to Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission scientist Paul Shafland, walking catfish have been in the state since the 1960s. — OrlandoSentinel.com

Sitting on your back patio and that’s what you see. Okay. Now suppose Ron Wood was with you when this happened……

Ronnie Wood entered a rehabilitation facility Wednesday for help with alcoholism, said a spokeswoman for the Rolling Stones guitarist.

“Following Ronnie’s continued battle with alcohol he has entered a period of rehab,” the spokeswoman said on condition of anonymity as required by her agency. “His close family and friends say he is seeking help and look forward to his recovery.”

Wood, 61, has fought a long battle with alcoholism during his rock ‘n’ roll career, which started in the 1960s when he played with the band The Faces. — SFSS

See the connection? Over and out.

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5 Responses to Nice Pecs

  1. Ted End says:

    No, I don’t. He’s with the Rolling Stones, not the Pfish.

  2. Dawgbowl says:

    Ron Wood? I thought that was Nancy pelosi.

  3. Ms Calabaza says:

    …both can still live outside water as long as surfaces stay wet?

  4. FerfeLaBat says:

    There is a cut off age for rehab. If you have been doing something for 50 years then stopping might just kill you. As for the fish – well – they were inspire by Wood to stop drinking and you can see how that turned out for them.

  5. Helen Highwater says:

    If I was sitting around on my back patio and catfish started walking across my lawn, I’d start drinking, too. Unless I was already drinking, in which case I’d stop. Forever.

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