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Old 04-13-2007
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Thomas,

You did not offend me at all.... looking back at my thread, it sounded like I might have been offended. Besides, you see all the rationing of crap I put up with here!! You will have to get in line to dish it out!!

- CD

PS On a serious note: As long as you are not crossing oceans, Catalina is a great boat. I would not take one across the Pacific (though people have), but I would not take a Valiant to the islands... so a place to each. Find a boat that touches your heart. That way, when it touches your wallet (or grabs ahold) it won't hurt so much!!!
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