08/11/12

Insects and other foods the trout should be eating:
Hatching:
1.    BWOs (Little)
2.    Cream Cahills
3.    Little Yellow Stoneflies (Little Summer Stones)
4.    Slate Drakes
5.    Little Green Stoneflies
6.    Mahogany Duns

Most available/ Other types of food:
7.    Sculpin, Minnows (Streamers)
8.    Inch Worm (moth larva)
9.    Beetles
10.  Grasshoppers
11.  Ants

Sorry Folks
In the mid 1960's, I had to spend a couple of weeks at Bell Labs in New Jersey learning a few
things about a new thing called a computer. As an engineer involved with the design and
construction of buildings for the big monopoly phone company at the time, i had to go though all
the basics of how computers work to grasp a better understanding of just how the building spaces
for the equipment should be designed. At that time the telephones were all operated by
electro-mechanical equipment. The new switching systems planned for the future would be run by
computers. Although much smaller than the huge mechanical switching systems, the computers
were closer to the size of houses than what you have at home today even though they were not
half as smart as what you have at home today. I was in computer heaven for a while, telling folks
back at home all about something new called a computer. Heck, in the seventies, I rented space on
one of the first bank's computers and designed my own software for managing a commercial
construction company, mine, of course. Years later, I mastered editing video on the blasted things.
Since then, I have learned or I should say, become conditioned into hating them.

I only own six computers at the time. I have had more but I tossed some of the old ones away. One
is a backup and five are used almost daily. Three are always on. Only one of those have my five
different fishing websites files stored on them. I rely on other computers at other locations to back
things up. Two are primarily for editing video and will never be connected to something called the
Internet. That is to prevent me from committing suicide. You see, as soon as you hook a computer
to the Al Gore's Internet, you are instantly under attack. Someone is always trying to destroy what
your doing just for fun or trying to steal something from you. So, the 101 simple way to avoid that
(keep from losing days if not months of hard work producing videos) is to never connect it to the
Internet. The other three are connected to the Internet along with a mega amount of software
fighting the invaders. At times, one of the "virus" defense teams I have is so occupied by gangsters
trying to break into my files it's audio announcements of the blocked attacks are so continuous
repeating "threats have been detected" that it would be impossible to hear anything else.

You see, I'm far ahead of the geeks, even Gore. I'm aware of the real problem my computers have.
They all have developed bad "attitudes". I don't need a super geek to help me. I need a computer
psychiatrist, something not yet being taught in college but one day will be. The only way to deal
with the most advanced computers is to use this new profession I'm announcing. Once I reveal this
to Doctor Gonenuts, one will be able to get a PhD and become a computer psychiatrist. They won't
talk to humans, only computers. In fact, it may even be computers that pursue such degrees. Little
handhelds, going to college - just imagine. Little handhelds, the size of midges -graduation will look
like just a midge hatch.

The computer that handles my website files, the one I use to post daily articles like this one, took
36 hours for the virus eliminating software to find and destroy the enemy.
Meantime, my loyal
website visitors have had to suffer. Sorry Folks.

I'll be back on full schedule tomorrow, provided you see this posted. Understand, I still haven't
done that yet. Here goes. Wish me luck, cause otherwise the real James Marsh may get his sledge
hammer out of the garage and fix all of these xisefaohsdhsd9iz/ide things. Got to run, and catch a
wild Trojan Horse.
Copyright 2012 James Marsh