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Re: Newbe with no experience buys big boat

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Originally Posted by The Garbone View Post
Since a lot of folks have chimed in about the lady issues in the book I will add my two pence.

I grew up in Maine and a lot of the reason I left was the women (on average) looked like cattle. Came down south and the prospects improved. The real secret is finding a good baptist southern girl. They tend to be intelligent and well educated and also take care of their looks. A bonus is they tend to look for a more traditional relationship with a man in that they expect a bit of an edge and not this new age metro sexual bs so popular today. Heck, a lot are even libertarians.

That said, good luck in your quest.
I'm just curious,...what part of Maine did you grow up in?

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Rockport, Maine.
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