Largemouth Bass vs. Smallmouth Bass – Smallmouth Bass live in rivers and streams and they fight extremely hard for their size. Pound for pound, they really surpass the Largemouth Bass. The Largemouth Bass typically lives in ponds and lakes and they grow a lot bigger. Both fish love to jump once they’re hooked which lead into breath taking battles where your line goes slack and you’re unsure if the fish is still hooked, until it lands and the line is taught again. While the Smallmouth Bass is a better fighter pound for pound, no one cares about the light boxers, they want the Heavyweight prizefighters. The Largemouth is a big and bruising fish and their ambush attacks on topwater baits make for some awesome fishing. Largemouth Bass wins the battle.
RKDeem’s #10 Band
Weezer – Not sure what stunted my love of Weezer, but I didn’t get into this band until a couple years ago. I can listen to the Blue album all the way through on any occasion in any mood. They’ve put out some other good songs, but that album is just awesome, it’s their best and the only thing on their resume that gets this on this list. It’s not a lot, but it’s awfully good. Standout track – My Name Is Jonas, I have no idea why I love this song so much, but it is a favorite, one of the few songs that I know all the words to:
My name is Jonas.
I’m carrying the wheel.
Thanks for all you’ve shown us.
This is how we feel.
Come sit next to me.
Pour yourself some tea.
Just like Grandma made
When we couldn’t find sleep.
Things were better then.
Once but never again.
We’ve all left the den.
Let me tell you ’bout it.
Choo-choo train left right on time.
A ticket costs only your mind.
The driver said, “Hey, man, we go all the way.”
Of course we were willing to pay.
My name is Wakefield.
Gotta box full of your toys.
They’re fresh out of batteries.
But they’re still makin’ noise, makin’ noise.
Tell me what to do.
Now the tank is dry.
Now this wheel is flat.
And you know what else?
Guess what I received,
In the mail today.
Words of deep concern
From my little brother.
The building’s not goin’ as he planned.
The foreman has injured his hand.
The dozer will not clear a path.
The driver swears he learned his math.
The workers are goin’ home. (x4)
The workers are goin’ home. (x3)
Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!