Posted by kelphead on April 07, 2000 at 10:54:14:
In Reply to: Hey S., posted by Jusfer on April 06, 2000 at 19:11:14:
according to the "New Webster's Dictionary of the English Language"
stalk, v.i. To pursue or approach game stealthily as
behind a cover; to walk with slow, stiff, or haughty
strides; to proceed in a sinister or deliberate
you may be stalking to get your knife in the scallop
before it closes its shell, but i don't believe that's
what others do. even on the cover of the current
'cdn' mag, they show a freediver about to pry
off an abalone.
i still maintain that you are gathering, not hunting.
= ; b
hell, even I!! could do THAT!!! w/o any 'hunting skills'.
happy scallop eating.
= : )
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