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Old 08-21-2006
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Originally Posted by knothead
Jorjo, you not jumping on the "I hate America bandwagon" are you. Or have you been riding for awhile now.
Jorjo is a founding member...and too dumb to realize that the ABYC is part of the ISO group that develops INTERNATIONAL standards for the marine industry.

Also, jorjo is probably too dumb to realize that bilge pumps have fairly long leads, that leave the connections well out of the bilge. There are connections that should be soldered...but the power leads to a submersible bilge pump aren't among them.

Surfesq— IMHO, I don't really see what Jorjo says as condemnation, since he doesn't have the IQ to understand what is really going on.
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