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Hey Ian,
I think we need an updated poster, haven't seen one in bout a year or so, and I think your going to have to black out Alex. LOL!
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I'm not telling, but I did learn that a "threesome" isn't only a golf term, and at my age, playing that game almost killed me.
This thread needs to be sticky (no not like that! put that thing away sicko!)
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Dog, most girls think I'm handsome and dashing, in a sort of Hemmingwayesque way (call me "papa"). Maybe I'm just lucky.

Sailorjk1: Y'know I think it's more closer to two years! But I'm pulling out tomorrow for Bahia Los Angeles up north, and will not be in communication til probably around november. If my refrigeration isn't fixed, I may end up in Guaymas again where they have the technicians.
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While Ian's age dictates that he has a methodology for determining this, he neglected his rapid evaluation method of determining whether the lady in question is married or not. That Ian and boat are both sound and well found indicates that he pays attention to such details. (g)
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While Ian's age dictates that he has a methodology for determining this, he neglected his rapid evaluation method of determining whether the lady in question is married or not. That Ian and boat are both sound and well found indicates that he pays attention to such details. (g)
We can tell from his work that he does in fact pay very close attention to the details.

Fair winds Daddy. (who's your daddy) Be safe out there. Keep us updated with your progress.
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he neglected his rapid evaluation method of determining whether the lady in question is married or not.
I always take it for granted that she's married or not
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And talking about parts, the words "You have beautiful eyes" gets them every time.

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eyes aren't really featured in the photos posted, but i'm sure they're pretty nice too . . .
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He never said the sex (same?) of the others who were in that three way! well what ever floats your boat!
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