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Actually, I usually wear Keens...they're a lot more comfortable than Crocs IMHO.

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Same guy ,wrong thread ,oh well , better just grab my crocs and hit the bricks

Its hard trying to nap with that bilge pump alarm going off all the time
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Wait a minute, have you ever puked on your crocs while smoking a cigar? maybe you're NOT in the wrong thread
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This isn't a thread...it's a snarl.

But if you're interested in the Bikini Team (I'm not), cigars (only when I golf), barfing, Topsiders, barfing on Topsiders, rubber duckies (my bath toy of choice and I'm insulted they were degraded here), Crocs (puh-leez), Speedos (yikes - almost NEVER the right choice at any age), sadism, masochism (not what it's whipped up to be), Keens (nice choice, sailingdog!), oil changes and/or floggings, you're in the right spot!

Sort of one-stop topic shopping.

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Sort of one-stop topic shopping.
And this is part of the site.

http://www.afewgoodboats.com/marineengines.html

I am highly entertained.
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The keens are a good choice... and very comfortable. I'd agree on the most of that, except I do like the Bikini team.

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This isn't a thread...it's a snarl.

But if you're interested in the Bikini Team (I'm not), cigars (only when I golf), barfing, Topsiders, barfing on Topsiders, rubber duckies (my bath toy of choice and I'm insulted they were degraded here), Crocs (puh-leez), Speedos (yikes - almost NEVER the right choice at any age), sadism, masochism (not what it's whipped up to be), Keens (nice choice, sailingdog!), oil changes and/or floggings, you're in the right spot!

Sort of one-stop topic shopping.
This site's main page still sucks, since it is white on grey text...and really tough to read. Also, you can't shut the damn music off.

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And this is part of the site.

http://www.afewgoodboats.com/marineengines.html

I am highly entertained.

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Unfortunately I followed that link and now my head hurts - I did learn about warp speed and time travel though, Dog you can turn the music off at the bottom which was best thing I found on the page - the stop button
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Man, that just ruined a great song for at LEAST a decade ...............

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I bailed before I could scroll down that far... UGH...Someone said that music was like the modern "Blink" tag... they're right... just cause you can have music on a site...doesn't mean you should. And if you do...make it possible to shut off at the top of the damn page.

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I bailed before I could scroll down that far... UGH...Someone said that music was like the modern "Blink" tag... they're right... just cause you can have music on a site...doesn't mean you should. And if you do...make it possible to shut off at the top of the damn page.

Have you tried hitting the "FN" button + F2, results in pure silence on my PC!

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