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I am deeply sorry if my wife's original posting offended anyone or rubbed anyone the wrong way. This is an active site and we thought it would be a good place to get the word out as people here would be interested.

You know though, when a boat drops their hook too close to me, I don't usually give them the finger as my first interaction. You never know if that person making the small miscalculation isn't your new best friend or the person who will help you when your anchor is fouled when you're leaving.

PB mentioned that because it's online there is no face-to-face and that's the difference.
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Okay, jsiegel, since I was the one that said "axe him" first, I put my hand out and say lets start over.
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OK - fair enough.

Go try the site - www.activecaptain.com - and tell me what you think. If you hate it and want your account removed, I'll completely delete it when you're done. If you love it, you don't have to tell anyone. Just use it.
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