Well, yeah, I can see that ‘open’ is ‘gone’ as there is currently no one attending the counter. Many people tend to use the expression ‘closed’ instead and, as well, turn of lights and close doors, but—to each, their own.
Hmmm. Yes, the purpose of fishing is to acquire fish, but a rod and reel is probably more effective than a pair of hands. I suppose, though, that sustainability is, indeed, a bit easier to achieve if you can just return the fishies with a toss rather than trying to unhook their mouths.
Ah, that is not fair. I have arrived delayed a few times this past month, but it is only because they have been showing—on streaming—the only militainment I enjoy watching: ‘War Games’ and ‘Godzilla’ movies. Those films must be watched without break and, as well, a label of tardiness is hardly merited after only a couple-weeks worth of minor infractions.
What do you mean, I misunderstand? So, you are open for business? Great. That news will definitely make for an ebullient cat, especially one who has been scritching for piscine treats for the past recent evenings. Though, I am curious about who is this person known as Gone Fishing. That certainly is a curious name. I would prefer they simply talk to me instead of jumping to the conclusion that I will run like a rascal retreating from its own devilshine; I *am* slippery when wet, but I also prefer civilised, clear discourse to get. ; )