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This thread is like a bad penny.

Started in 2003
Revived in 2005
Re-Revived in 2008
Re-Re-Revived in 2010

Is it really that hard to start a new thread?
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Unfortunately, the N00bs that want to find their perfect female cabin girl on their first few posts on this forum aren't too bright and generally new to the forum and have not a clue on how to do things like start new threads.
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Who cares? Seriously.

Dude, you really should take this weird phobia to Sergey and Larry - cuz they're the ones that keep screwing up all the old-school roolz. Maybe they'll listen.

Float 'em if you find 'em noobs.
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Take me....

Don't listen to the others. I am a young nubile 15 yr old....ready and willing to learn. Your wishes are my command. Puleeeeez!
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You know what the first rule of sailing is? ...Love. You can learn all the math in the 'verse, but you take
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So sailingdog,

On some of these really old posts, can't we get rid of them to help eliminate some of the clutter?

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Sounds like fun. Need a nurse? My BP stock is doing well.... Am allergic to muddy feet, can place a PICC line with eaither hand. Have you seen a Shannon 28 ? Plan of staying a lil closer to Blue Crabs than blue water. Best of luck !
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