Tim's Tweets

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by buddhatree, Aug 9, 2012.

  1. 1959nikos

    1959nikos Registered

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    Wow, impressive is an understatement here!
    Marty, you guys carry any defence against the big fish down there?
     
  2. buddhatree

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    Sharks are not fish :p
     
  3. Tuttle

    Tuttle Technical Art Director - Env Lead

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    Why not? :)

    They're fish as they use the oxygen filtered from the water as any other fish. The main difference is the skeleton made of cartilage...but they are fish.
     
  4. 1959nikos

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    Yep, they are fish, actually same age as...dinosaurs?
     
  5. buddhatree

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    Fish have eggs... Sharks have live babies...

    :confused:
     
  6. Tuttle

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    WHAT? :eek:

    Sharks, as many other fish, are ovoviviparous...that means they produce eggs retained into the body...;)
     
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  7. tjc

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    Woa! :eek:

    Word of the day for sure.

    :)
     
  8. Tuttle

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    [h=1]Ovoviviparous[/h] Ovoviviparous animals produce eggs inside their body, but then give birth to live young. The eggs hatch out inside the mother and the offspring stay within her for a time. She later gives birth to the them. While they are within her, the young are fed on the yolk of the egg, and not directly from the mother's body. Ovoviviparity is a special type of viviparity. Some fish, amphibians and reptiles reproduce this way, for instance the sand tiger shark.

    :)
     
  9. 1959nikos

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    All people take your fishing rods ready! Lets GO!!!
     
  10. TechAde

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    Bah, there's no such thing as a fish anyway :eek:

    The word "fish" is indiscriminately applied to separate classes of animals; animals with no backbones or jaws such as hagfish and lampreys, animals with bony skeletons such as eels and piranha and animals with cartilaginous skeletons such as sharks and rays.

    There is no biological definition of a fish, therefore fish do not exist! :cool:

    Doesn't stop me going fishing though... hmm, now I've confused myself. Similarly, what are those things swimming around in my fish tank? :confused:
     
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  11. buddhatree

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    *Bows* to all the wise people on this forum :D

    Forgive my ignorance! lol :p
     
  12. Tuttle

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    I guess you talked about pSHARKS...They looks as Sharks but they're just little Porks with a fin...:D

    [​IMG]
     
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    If we put too much ovivi... ovivoviov.... offtopic into this thread, the whole rationale behind it's existance will go to bust :)


    EDIT:
    Did you mean finish? ;)
     
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  14. tjc

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    Yeh...

    I guess we better finish this and get back on tuna... I mean topic!

    lol :D
     
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    Just gotta love these forums. Entertainment and education far beyond sim racing. :)
     
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    omg lol
     
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    View attachment 4004









    OK whers the hooks ?
     
  18. tjc

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    lol... nice one

    That`s not out of plaice in there either... ;)
     
  19. 1959nikos

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    So you are fishing...boats :confused:
     
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    Something smells fishy here :rolleyes:
     

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