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Looking to crew starting in September.

Firefighter and paramedic from Arkansas looking to get out of the sticks for a while and do some crewing. I am currently working in Iraq and will not be available until September.

I have experience saiing on inland lakes. Own my own boat for that. Looking to get some experience on the ocean.

For god sakes email me and don't make me have to blow another year in Iraq.The money is good but the life there sucks.

P.S. I suppose an email address could be handy. bassviking at yahoo dot com
Also its bass as in double bass/string bass/bass violin not the fish. Lucky for all of us I'm not a redneck.

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What do you have against rednecks.
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Well, if the redneck has a boat and is looking for a hand getting about the world then I have nothing against him being a redneck.

However, growing up and living most of ones adut life in northwest arkansas you meet and personally know more than a few self proclaimed rednecks. Most seem hard pressed to be pulled off the farm and find that adventure is something along the lines of cow tipping and travel means going to the next county over that sells beer, mad dog 20/20, and for special occaisions Boone's Country Wine.
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Cow tipping is all fun and games until the cow tips you.

Some of those beasts are quite stealthy.
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Cow tipping and beer sounds like a darn good way to spend an afternoon.

Just to note, I was born and raised in northeast Arkansas and now live in Texas

And yes, things really are bigger in Texas
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