Japan's Inland Fishing Fleet

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  1. Frosty

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    Yes that was impressive --I think ille try

    Ok here we go

    --How does a fly land on the ceiling?
     
  2. BPL
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    Don't see the connection between ocean currents and flies landing on the ceiling. Can you give a hint?
     
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    Naw, I don't think he's making that connection...I think he just wants to see if he'll get a superb answer out of you, BPL.
     
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    Nothing to do with currents. The fly flies straight towards its target, reaches out with its front legs to latch onto something, then flips around and uses its other suction cup feet.
     
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    Promising title, inconclusive data...:(
     
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