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I am having this boat built. When it is done, I'll go to Portugal and whoop Giu's butt once and for all....removing all his starch and photoshopping skills..!
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I'll believe that when I see it...
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You know what the first rule of sailing is? ...Love. You can learn all the math in the 'verse, but you take
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Naah - you've given him way too much notice - he'll meet you with one longer, faster and even more "custom"!
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Last I heard, Giu was going to get this to compete with USCG's new beast.
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Last I heard, Giu was going to get this to compete with USCG's new beast.
LOL - in your dreams, SD - I'm not sure Giu is the training wheels type!?
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He's got training WHEELS on his boat already... Fred is teaching him how to steer...
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He's got training WHEELS on his boat already... Fred is teaching him how to steer...
You're right - that boat does have that "driving school car" look....... (Sorry G)
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Don't mess with Giu- I hear he's really Jack Bauer....
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