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EDITED BY CAM...1st post and touting a commercial enterprise. SUSPECTED SPAM.
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Thanks Cam... Keep the big red button handy...or is that one green.

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OH geeeez, did I ever read that wrong. I was thinking,, hmmm, all my yard work is DIY unless I pay the neighbor kids. The thought of "boat"yard never crossed my mind. DOH!

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goose... cut back on the heavy drugs 'til later in the day...

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goose... cut back on the heavy drugs 'til later in the day...
Not fair,,,LOL, I didn't get to see the origional post,, the button nazi(just kiddin' Cam) got it too fast.

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It says "work yard" not "yard work".

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It says "work yard" not "yard work".
OK, that does it,, back to the drugs. Must have something to do with the list the Admiral has for me. I HATE Spring.

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OK, that does it,, back to the drugs. Must have something to do with the list the Admiral has for me. I HATE Spring.
LOL, Dale... it can't be that bad..it'll be sailing season soon.

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