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TB,please tell the Mrs that I am trully sorry...you see for a period of time there were many nights that I ended up where I should not have while partying on the Island...mostly in the late 80s,Nicks,Ballards,puusycat??? thems were da days what I remember of them,Im feeling much better now..lol
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Not to worry and I won't bother telling the Mrs., because if you're recalling the go-go '80s on Block Island, chances are I was bar-crawling right alongside of you.
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GROSSE!!! YOu were sitting in the bathroom with Giu??? At least we now know he can read. (smile)

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Love them sea lions, they're all over the marinas here

Awhile back I was hanging over the transom measuring for a transom plate, wasn't paying a damn bit of attention, I just happened to look down in the water and there was this nose and a pair of eyes starring at me, scared the living bajesus out of me, hit my head on the sten rail and dropped my tape in the water, the wife says " ahhhhh, you scared it ", I didn't care, I was to busy swatting at these little banjo playing rubber ducks circling my head.

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I have Sheepshead munching @ times when I fail to SCUBA- scrub my hull--they can sound intimidating:what type of creature actually can come from below and enter your vessel? Inerested.
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