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I'd go but you would have to be the cabin boy! :P
I might be able to handle the Cabin part, but I don't do the Boy.....
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Leave the Dog alone.....

He gets a set of steak knives if he hits 40K posts by the end of March 2010. 10K per year, 192 per week, 27 per day - Guinness Book of record stuff. The pressure is on!!



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That's cool with me. I am that way if you have a bottle of Bushmill's on your boat and you don't have it locked up!!
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That's cool with me. I am that way if you have a bottle of Bushmill's on your boat and you don't have it locked up!!
Lemme check.


Hmmm. Maker's Mark, Glenfiddich, Mount Gay, Stolichnaya. Oh - have a lock on the locker. *grin*

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Smacky, please leave Dog to gather information (s)he needs before (s)he applys for position.


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He gets a set of steak knives if he hits 40K posts by the end of March 2010. 10K per year, 192 per week, 27 per day - Guinness Book of record stuff. The pressure is on!!
Dude, you only have 200 posts in 10 years? That deserves a Sailnet Sippy Cup!


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Smacky, please leave Dog to gather information (s)he needs before (s)he applys for position.
You're right Tomaz - I didn't think it through.

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[quote=sailingdog;576070]Edit: Personal Attack in violation of forum rules. quote]

You have to ask?

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Quote: Anyway, you might learn something by laying back and letting it blossom.


Yeah - this woman is going to come aboard, teach you how to grow organically, and you're going to eat culture from yogurt growing in an environment constantly sloshing around, not to mention the sprouts and herbs they want to keep aboard for an extended cruise.

It's going to be hot/cold, wet/dry, hungry/full, need replacing/need fixing and you're going to be stuck offshore and then pay for a place to get her home.

Stay home and watch the Batchelor on TV and maybe hope to be a contestant, those partners are scary!!!! But your pitch is even worse!
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