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I thought you were from the Portugese Navy, Not the Old Navy.
You must be really old to have a shirt like that.
OLD NAVY was the name of my previous boat. Thas shirt is part of the old boat's gear....

Now...as for the old thing....photoshoping on your way in just a few minutes....
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Longislandsound, whatever you do, don't listen to this guy, don't upload a picture of yourself, and never shake hands without counting your fingers later:


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Nah, he doesn't steal fingers... but you might want to check for your watch and wallet.

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LonIslandJoe,

You could list specific topics so people will know what subjects you are seeking experts for.

I am an expert at finding things- like, when my husband can't find his keys/wallet/iPod/boat parts, I use my pschic wife powers to locate the items he misplaced. In order for this to work for you, you must attain a wife.

I am also an expert at provisioning. All you need for any long trip are rum, Diet Coke, steak, and beef jerky. This is called, "The Caveman Diet."

I am also an expert at eluding work with some imaginary excuse so I can go sailing. I am also an expert at "going to an appointment" at West Marine during the 10% off sale.

Last, but most importantly, I am an expert at working on a 1981 US Yacht. Interior rebuild, core rot, replacing electronics, woodwork, and supervising while the hubby replaces the macerator pump... (okay, I wasn't really there when he did it, but I made sure the damn thing worked! Quality Control!)

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