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Hell, if I saw me painting the bottom of my boat in a bikini... I'd be headed for the loony bin pretty quick.
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I must agree If I saw Sailingdog painting my bottom while he was wearing a bikini it could/would be bad for my health then again
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Took a look at the young HEALTHY lady in the bikini.
Yes sirree didybob.... She is very HEALTHY.

Note: if there are any women looking at this post. Please ignore the posting. Just a typical male making dumb comments. Please do not hunt me down and cause me bodily harm...

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Thanks for concern!

The bikini clad girl isn't really painting the boat, duh? Yes this is a poor way to get your attention but it is extremely effective. We all at Super Shipbottom encourage the utmost caution when applying any chemical but since we don't use benzine based solvents we are less caustic.

The paint sticks without much prep because it has a very effective etcher!

We don't add slime controlers so nailing a paint panel to a dock isn't a very good way to test any paint and now the santi-slime products are complaining too! When they tried it on a real boat they rated it excellent!
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The bikini clad girl isn't really painting the boat, duh? Yes this is a poor way to get your attention but it is extremely effective. We all at Super Shipbottom encourage the utmost caution when applying any chemical but since we don't use benzine based solvents we are less caustic.

The paint sticks without much prep because it has a very effective etcher!

We don't add slime controlers so nailing a paint panel to a dock isn't a very good way to test any paint and now the santi-slime products are complaining too! When they tried it on a real boat they rated it excellent!
I am not really sure what else you would have expected!! Bikini Clad girl on a sailors site and you expect them to be looking at the paint?? COme on.

Seriously, if the product is that good, you won't need her. Have Practial Sailor test it for you or give it to a few members here (not me... that would be an inappropriate conflict of interest) and let them give a first hand review. The only thing that travels in sailing circles faster than good news is bad news. But if you believe in your product, you have nothing to lose.

I will also caution you about trying to advertise it here without paying. That is not right. Take out an ad and promote it. We get a LOT of traffic here.

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The bikini clad girl isn't really painting the boat, duh?
Getting snarky with the membership here will not endear you to it. Take my word for it.

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Yes this is a poor way to get your attention but it is extremely effective.
Perhaps just the kind of "effective" you don't want? I, for one, have pledged never to purchase a product or service brought to my attention by spam. Thus, by doing what you've done, and remaining unrepentant after multiple larts, you've put yourself and your product in such a position that I can never purchase it, even if it was the best product there is and came with the hottest bikini-clad babe on the planet. My position is an extension of the Boulder Pledge.

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Geez, the super shipbottom website has got to be the worst looking page on the internet outside of MySpace. Hey OP, don't you have any neighborhood kids that know how to use a PC? Hurry up and get one of them to fix that mess. Start with the "21th Anniversary" or at least tell me how to pronounce that. "Twenty-oneth" is it?

Also, can you tell me how you get 15 to 18 months in the water annually? Does the paint ship with some sort of time compression machine? No matter how hard I try I can never get more than 12 months annually. Am I doing something wrong?
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garymcg and others, have exposed boatgui for the minor league spammer scammer he actually is. With his illiterate and cheezy approach to marketing, it's a wonder how even powerboaters buy the products.
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Can I post the photos of the Babes that paint my hull?????

They're from Brasil!!! I swear...
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