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First deny, then deflect, then make counter accusations. Its the American way.
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Nobody had a clue -- not even the kids!

I think you were spotted:
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Good One USCG You had me fooled. I was only down there once a couple months ago marina hunting for future retirement. I visited Sailhogs and I think the Port Royal also ..... but I have to admit they all look the same from distant pictures now ..... in my already distant memory
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..... but I have to admit they all look the same from distant pictures now ..... in my already distant memory [/QUOTE]

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I've told the truth to everyone today and what did I get for it?

My wife and I slept on the boat last night - typically provides a great night's sleep. I was up most of the night thinking about a design presentation I was supposed to present to my client at 2:30 this afternoon. Feel like a zombie!

I've been knocking myself out all morning completing the renderings. 10 minutes ago, at exactly 2:30 - the time he was supposed to be here, he calls to say he'll be a "couple hours late". So now I have to wait until 4:30 to make the presentation.

Give me some of what you've been smoking sailhog.
Just an update on my honest day's work . . . my clients finally came in for their design presentation, at 4:00 pm, instead of 4:30. All the anxiety was to no avail, since they both "love" their proposed custom home design . . . in spite of the $$$$$$.

Gonna take Friday (tomorrow) off and go sailin' for three days - my wife, son and daughter's early father's day present ( I'm sure, laced with other perks as well ). And I'm not even smoking anything sailhog . . . .
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