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this post raised flags big time,no doubt some young reckless adventure seeking fellow will be sucked in by this golden opportunity,scrape or borrow enough money to go to n.c. buy provisions and probably end up stranded far from home,a legitimate crew seeker that wanted a experinced [deckhand]would certainly offer some assurence of his competency as skipper and also insure the safe return,not to mention atleast furnishing basic provisions,you call me a drunk?that in itsself gives me a good insight regarding your judgement and charactor,i hope i've atleast given pause to anyone remotely considering this offer,your just p.o.ed that someone saw thru your golden opportunity
Is this another post about yourself sawingknots ?

I am more than willing, if you are able to give me your lat and long, to send you not only a bottle of cheapest wine I can find, but also a soap and a simple guide, step by step, of how to spell check.

You must be an asset to any sailing boat in the world. I bet there is someone, somewhere who is in need of you and will make his boat your home.

If you were looking to get fed and drunk on my boat, no, I do not like the way you look, and if you wished to get a hot shower, no, she does not offer that much comfort.

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hell e-mail me and i'll send you my address should you care to discuss this in detail and i could give a flying ++++ if you like the way i look or not
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hell e-mail me and i'll send you my address should you care to discuss this in detail and i could give a flying ++++ if you like the way i look or not

Attention ! Redneck and simpleton at its best !
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is that the best you can come up with,your at best a fool
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sawinglots, you do type like your drunk - I have to agree with Blanc on this one... LOL
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what does a drunk type like?actually i drink very little,but you are right this thread has degressed to the point of making myself look foolish
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mybe you changhai a wineo down on front st.try hemingways
I had to concentrate a bit to decipher this one!
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Blanc and Swing Knots-thanks for the laugh.
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Merry Christmas everyone,,,,and for Christs sake Peace on Earth.
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Did anyone else note that after four pages of posts that no one has yet volunteered to take this trip?
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