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especially when you consider that about half the people dropping in on the site don't even have a boat.
Pffffff, from what I've read HERE, I'd say a lot more than half....and if they do have one...well THEN THEY SHOULD HAVE IT REMOVED, BECAUSE PEOPLE THAT WRITE WHAT THEY DO SHOULDN'T BE IN THE WATER SAILING!!!!!!!!!!

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Furthermore, the use of the word Mac, was only used to imply a fast vessel on water, moved by internal combustion engine, or by kinetic application of cold moving masses of air.
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Hey Kermie!
That rueben sandwhich at Nifty's is on me, bud. Thanks for chiming in. I think I'll be bringing a crazy Portagee with me. No worries-he's got a wicked sense of humor and he's bringing the wine.
Sure whish I could take you up on that rueben as I actually had a mind to stop in there when in Seattle. Unfortunately spousal health issues are taking priority so I was not even available to meet Windchime the other night, too bad, I'll have to catch up with him later.
As for Mrs Jones I always thought he had a thing for me but I am not inclined that way. Funny how mouthy you can be when hiding behind a board like this jones, there is a 99.99% chance you would not talk like that to my face, I am no small dude! At least I have a boat.
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Kermie...for what it is worth I think Jones was trying to be funny as we've all been trading insults here. Obviously you didn't take it that way. I'll let Jones speak for himself but for now guys...let's take any further insults over to the fight club thread where I feel less need to push my magic button!
K- Hope your wife is feeling better.
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Windchime- Understand what you are saying. Sometimes one thread kinda bleeds over into the others and can get way off topic. The flip side is that some of the topics can be... a little weak. Mostly there are a bunch of sailors bored with being on the hard for the winter and tend to screw around a bit. Hang around, occationally some real answers get slipped in.

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