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Dear God. I am not allowing my children anywhere near this place! DJ, i was going to say that I bought Bowditch this summer and that I am really enjoying it (that is before I was totally grossed out by Giu)
Bardo, old or new? I'm so jealous....I'm holding out for a first edition...maybe for my 40th birthday (still sometime in the far off future...)
And don't pay too much attention to Giu...he's mostly harmless, except when he's off his meds and gets out of the humid basement they keep him locked in most of the time.

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Let's see - 3:30 pm on the East coast and Portugal is what - 5 hours ahead? Guess Giu is on his third or fourth glass of Porto by now .

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Let's see - 3:30 pm on the East coast and Portugal is what - 5 hours ahead? Guess Giu is on his third or fourth glass of Porto by now .
WRONG.......

I did say I was working again, didn't I????
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WRONG.......

I did say I was working again, didn't I????
How are things in that humid basement, anyway Giu?

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Just joking Alex . . . and I know you are too (hic!) .

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How are things in that humid basement, anyway Giu?

Hello...

I'm surviving...but no one sends photos for my sailnet collection of friends....

I am here still alone with no family and friends to warm my heart....


And to make things worse I get accused of things...like being criticized for telling the truth....

I managed to get a Customer today...he bough some sexual novelties off my web site, but that's about it....thanks CD....for keeping my business going...

One question I have CD...what do you do with all those male sexual toys?? I just wonder...I mean..I appreciate your business...I'm just curious...
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Just doing everything I can to keep you employed. God knows what you would be like if you were unemployed sitting by the computer all day!!!

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Just doing everything I can to keep you employed. God knows what you would be like if you were unemployed sitting by the computer all day!!!

when I'm unemplyed.....I go sailing and don't even come here...as you know....

But I have to work now, in this humid basement...selling porn novelties

Oh what a bad life.....
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As an antique book buff I have to throw in my two cents, if your dad loves old things, The New American Practical Navigator by Nathaniel Bowditch might be something he would treasure (I would)
Found you and the original poster a 1938 edition for $20.00.
I might have to get it,
would be a nice addition to any sailors library.

http://www.abebooks.com/servlet/Book...26pid%3D998953

Can you find me an original addition of Slocum's Sailing Alone Around the World

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Poor, poor, Pitiful Portagee...

One, Two, Three....Pity Party!!!!

Don't say I wasn't ever there for you, Captain.
(now does this excuse me from all of my drunken photoshopping?)

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