A beautiful world of flowing waters...  

Vevixen 50F
80 posts
2/12/2006 9:53 am

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A beautiful world of flowing waters...

Through this venue I intend to explore the darkest unexplored sides of my frankofun world and share them for the sake of cultural diversity or pure informational pretense.

Our world tour starts with one of nature's most intriguing devices: Dams.

Guntersville, Hoover, Albeni Falls, Wolf Creek, ...our beautiful nation has quite a number of those man made barriers across flowing water that obstruct, direct or retard the flow, often creating a reservoir, lake or impoundment.

But closer to home, mine that is, is the Vero Dam.
The Vero Dam has been neglected in the past and its spillway intended to let water flow intermittently or continueously,...jamed.

My very uneducated assumption for this unfortunate neglect was the inability to find the appropriate dam engeneer. Operating a dam requires years of practice, a natural gift for friction science , some orienteering abilities as well as one must admit, intricate yet flexible rubbing techniques.

As a master of the Vero Natural Domain, finding such an expert was no sinecure. The interview process has been lenghty but not always unpleasant , on the contrary, since applicants are asked to show their hands-on(finger/tongue on) ability , some significantly pleasing gushes have found their ways through the Paraurethral spillway. After sample collection, it has been determined that we were dealing with a flow of prostatic acid phosphatase (PAP) and glucose.

But...back to the dam keeper.I had the privilege to interview this week end not one but two of those experts. I am delighted to report that I decided to offer them a permanent position if they find the job responsibilities to their liking. I must admit that their techniques might have been quite opposite, one had a silky and feminin quality and the other the eagerness and desire to impress that only novices to a new site will try to display. But this keeper was certainnly no novice.I have high hopes that the flow which was estimated at over 50cc, will be allowed to flow freely once I give my new trustee full responsibility of the dam operations.

Some of you might wonder if dealing with such a humid environment on a regular basis presents any drawbacks? Well I certainly hope that my keeper will appreciate the sweetness of the job...be prepared to wear boots and grab a bucket on any impulsive notice on my part, as for me, I have a few hours to kill...I think I will go and lay in the pond, indulging in its flavourfull and titilating smell, and reminesce...

rm_luvpiano2 55M
367 posts
2/12/2006 1:12 pm

Do you need a sample that contains Prostatic Acid Phosphatase, Glucose and Fructose?

Vevixen 50F
81 posts
2/12/2006 3:10 pm

To luvpiano...Being a "connaisseur des meilleures cuvées", I only indulge in the best vintage and your wife would need to help me unscrew the cork!

salomed 56M
7 posts
2/14/2006 5:40 am

this may be a job for the Sal, may I apply? extensive experiences in the field of your beautiful world of flowing waters, I use more intuition than most in the field but it seems to be an effective approach to damn problems that may lie under the surface and remain unseen until it is to let to retain the flood waters. Yours, here to prevent a potential disaster. Le'Sal

Vevixen 50F
81 posts
2/14/2006 4:40 pm

to salomed: you seem to have the right profile and inclintions for the job unfortunately it has just been filled. If the applicant does not live up to my expections, we'll talk!

rm_VoodooGuru1 49M
2053 posts
2/15/2006 11:30 am

Hmmm... I might throw my CV in. What are your expectations?

Vevixen 50F
81 posts
2/15/2006 6:11 pm

to Voodooguru: tyrannical

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