To get the time in your zone: http://www.savetz.com/fishtime/fishtime.cgi?time=-X or +X hours from Greenwich Mean Time
Still got time on your hands? Visit Humanclock.com and www.time.gov.
How do you get the fish to tell time? (Probably are in a school). Tom - firstname.lastname@example.org
My cod!!!... you are just breaming with talent! Mark Cote - email@example.com
I was confused as to why you created such a page, until I realized that it was for the halibut. John W. Keating - firstname.lastname@example.org
I floundered all night on the net, as a lover of music, in search of a WAV with a good bass line. I knew not when the sun pearched on the horizion. I asked a friend, but he was a snapper. I clicked on a hypertext link, but got only crappie. Then I found the "Foam Bath Fish Time." I was hooked. My interest since has a-baited, but I know without a trout where to turn when I need the thyme. John Watts - John_Watts@baylor.edu
Gee, I always wondered about fish, and their ability to tell the time. I am no longer afraid of death. Nanok Bie - email@example.com
I think that your foam fish bath is lox of fun. especially for the hard of herring. Steve Savetz - firstname.lastname@example.org
I saw your fish and eeled over. I had to put my favorite tuna on, which is, of course, "Salmon chanted evening". Steve Whitaker - email@example.com
I had a whale of a time, but what's the porpoise? Casey Jordan - caseymlr@NeoSoft.com
Fantastic formations of fine foamy finned fish frequently fed fortunate fish family friends from far flung frontiers for free foolproof fun, finally! Wade Van Buskirk - Wade_Van_Buskirk@ccgate.ssp.nmfs.gov
Any sardinic comments aside, your page, happened upon by a veritable fluke of chance, has caused ripples of amusement among the small fry of my school colleagues. Studying literature, we frequently pull up tall stories, but tales of herring-do, Wow! Phil White - ENG3PJW@ARTS-01.NOVELL.LEEDS.AC.UK
No one knows the turbot I've seen. John Mangold - firstname.lastname@example.org
It takes a real manta admit he plays with foam bath-fish. S.M. Koppelman - email@example.com
After staring at the fish, I now have a terrible haddock and am getting rather hard of herring. Please advise. Phil J Barrett - firstname.lastname@example.org Phil - Maybe you have salmonella or a case of the clams. Go see a sturgeon.
For your next project, might I suggest a musical clock, so we can all learn how to tuna fish by raising and lowering the scales... Bob Lee - email@example.com
I'm just trying to mussle in on your comments page...People are just clammering to see your page -- it's got sole. I'm hooked. Ilana Kotin - Ilana@eworld.com
We're just some little shrimps in a little school but we think your fish page is way way cool. Cindy Shaffer, Second grade Cindy: Thanks for the note, and for the rhyme, I'm glad you liked Foam Bath Fish Time.
Your fishie site is amazing. In fact, it's a small mackerel. Gail Hartman - firstname.lastname@example.org