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You're making the assumption that smacky is something other than a troll and that he actually knows how to sail and has people willing to let him do so on their boats. Neither of those is clearly evident...
Bluto - didn't you just post above that I sailed a couple of days ago? Is Dog ignoring you too? Or do I just need to make it more "clearly evident"?

Anyway - jeez, you guys just can't stop with the troll thing. It's called a joke you chuckleheads. A joke. Are you guys really this hen-pecked and purse-lipped in real life? It's like a Librarian Convention around here....without the booze.

Anyway, had Dog done his job a couple of years ago, Alex wouldn't still be looking for a fix. Poor guy. I'm just trying to help.
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Shhh. You had me at Librarian.
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Having an older sister that IS a librarian with an MBA no less............at least this sister, is a hoot! So not sure about smacky's other comments regarding librarians........maybe he has not found the fun or is that phun ones!

Not sure if SD has be blocked too. I do seem to get reply's upon occasions. Not to worried about blocking folks. If they are that bad to read, just ignor them anyway, and if someone quotes them, well, i can see post any who!

oh well, back to doing end of the year bookwork! Now that is BORING!

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Marty,

Why would Dawg have you on his ignore list? I can see Smacky on his ignore list, even I have thought of putting him on mine. But you, what did you do?

Isn't end of year paper work great. I hate it, but this year was pretty good business wise, zero dept, and a very good profit. So I guess I'm not going to get any bailout money.


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Smackdaddy-I would love to see your miserable behind in Canadian waters this time of year dressed as you suggested. Maybe that will temper your general demeanor !!
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Smackdaddy-I would love to see your miserable behind in Canadian waters this time of year dressed as you suggested. Maybe that will temper your general demeanor !!
Heh-heh. C'mon Jimmy, it's freakin' cold up there! I've seen pictures and everything.

BTW - do you know the OP of this thread...Giu? If so, you'll understand why I floated it. So "chill out" a bit dude. And welcome to Sailnet!

BTW - this is me last winter in Manitoba (and that's Giu to my immediate right holdin' up his breeches). Crazy time that!


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Marty-

You can be annoying, but not to the level that requires being on the ignore list...

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Having an older sister that IS a librarian with an MBA no less............at least this sister, is a hoot! So not sure about smacky's other comments regarding librarians........maybe he has not found the fun or is that phun ones!

Not sure if SD has be blocked too. I do seem to get reply's upon occasions. Not to worried about blocking folks. If they are that bad to read, just ignor them anyway, and if someone quotes them, well, i can see post any who!

oh well, back to doing end of the year bookwork! Now that is BORING!

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SD,

At least I am considered "annoying" to more folks, than just my 16 and 20 yr old daughters!



Denby,
Book keeping for biz is fun

Anyway, off to bed, then at it in the AM again.........

Oh yeah, whom are we ignoring today?, you or someone else, been ignoring the ignore threads, so am a little lost!

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Marty—

Chances are good that your daughters use far stronger language than that when you aren't around.

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Oh yeah, whom are we ignoring today?, you or someone else, been ignoring the ignore threads, so am a little lost!

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Marty,

I don't think you've been thorough enough in the ignoring of Denby. I think you need to step up your game, slugger.

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