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Post high school diploma

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Where it is possible to find out about high school diploma?
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Where it is possible to find out about high school diploma?
Maybe you typed sailnet.com instead of schoolnet.com
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Lots of great advice, so I'll add an anecdote to underscore the need for the buyer to be present at the survey.

When we purchased our first Sabre, I was not present. Fortunately, the boat was only 4 yrs old, there were no significant problems, and we kept her for 16 years. For our current boat, I made sure that I was on board before both the broker & surveyor (I'm a bit older & wiser now) on survey day. Gail Browning went through the boat while in the water (interior, rigging, engine, etc). We then moved the boat to a hoist area and discovered a very tight shifter cable. After boat was short hauled and put back in the water, the broker called a mechanic to fix the shifter (at the owner's expense!) while Gail continued with the interior sounding the hull, bulkheads etc. At one point, I heard "Uh Ooh...this isn't good...". She'd discovered a delaminated bulkhead in the head to which the port lower chainplate was attached. The chainplates hadn't been caulked and water leaked below and rotted the entire bulkhead. Prior to making an offer, I'd sounded the bulkheads, but had missed this one, so she'd earned her surveyor's fee right then & there! At this point, I was ready to bail on the whole deal (since this was a structural issue) but it was Gail who suggested that we do the sea trial and let her issue a report. We did but when I received her report, I was ready to either cancel the deal or not settle for anything less than a $7k price reduction (other factors were involved too). As it turned out, the broker had already been talking with the buyer and had gotten approval for a $10k reduction! We completed the deal and I rebuilt the bulkhead and surrounding cabinetry for $300 in materials. Since then, we've been in sustained 35kts wind (day prior to hurricane Wilma arrival) on a port tack going to windward and the bulkhead is solid.

The following link shows the rebuild process (note that the chainplate shown in most photos is for the uppers - the backing board was rotted too and was replaced)
http://mysite.verizon.net/resocsxq/m...ge5/page5.html

Moral of the story: Get a good surveyor, a good broker, and be on the boat for the survey! It doesn't hurt to show "consternation" if something significant comes up - motivates the broker!
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Where it is possible to find out about high school diploma?
While your post is totally off topic, not only for the thread, but for the entire forum...all of them... I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and tell you to google for GED... assuming you're not in high school, you would need to get a GED, which is the equivalent of a high school diploma.

However, you probably need to get some education before you'll be able to qualify for a GED, based on your posting the request on a SAILING forum.

And to be extra nice... here is a link for the google search, in case you can't figure out how to do it... CLICK HERE
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Sounds like a post being made by a spambot, which will make several inane but "safe" posts in order to ensure it can post on a moderated list. And then, spam the list for porn or home loan schemes.

Incidental, guys, the FBI (honest!) tells me that a lot of those "really great" offers you get as spam are really soliciting personal information and credit card information, which is then sold to international organized crime. The cheap home loans and the software and plasma TV's at 80% off list, never will happen.
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"The cheap home loans and the software and plasma TV's at 80% off list, never will happen."

Does that mean the beautiful Russian girl who says she loves me is for real??!! I'm just waiting for that Nigerian guy to send me the money I won so I can get her a plane ticket. I'm having some trouble seeing whether it has arrived yet...for some reason I can't access my bank account online today.........
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What does your wife say about the fact that you're shopping for a russian mail-order bride??
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Hey do you know that "click here to make your pennis bigger" thing??

Well.... it works..I clicked, they showed pics of Sharon Stone nakked and mine got bigger, momentarily.....

These SPAMERS are really stupid....if they wrote:

"make your boat sail faster", or

"make your boat point betterl" or even

"tired of french boats??? click here".... they would make their business unharmed don't you think???

Now, posting spinnaker pole Paris here, is just plain stupid, Cam jumps on it like a horny dog on a leg.....

I'd be clicking on them like crazy!!!!!

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Thank you Giu. We have gone from getting a survey, to getting an education, to getting a bigger penis. I wonder, now, if they are all connected in some way?
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If I had a bigger penis, I wouldn't need the education or the russian bride.
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