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Originally Posted by steel View Post
How are poor people who were only able to take some ASA courses supposed to get more experience?

Since you're going to be staying in rivers, it shouldn't matter much if the boat has a few holes
I see your point. Perhaps an incentive program could be worked out: 45 degrees off course, no fig bars, 90 degrees off course, no pop tarts, 180 degrees off course, no rations. Right on course, extra ration of non-alcoholic Old Milwaukee. Over time steering should improve.
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