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You MAY be right about oil; but back in the 1970's the 'experts' were all in agreement that we would run totally out of oil by the 1990's. In the 1990's we had oil at under $20 per barrel after hitting $60 in the 1980's. Things MIGHT be different now but then again, they might not.

Enjoy sailing because you enjoy sailing, it's reason enough.

The state of Texas was the number 1 oil producer in the world and its as dry as a bone being a share holder I keep my eyes on this stuff WE ARE PAST PEAK PRODUTION -- Hubbart's peak-- do a search on hubbart's peak- In other words they cant get more oil out than they do right now then we have china burning more than the USA.. when the arab countrys run out---WATCH OUT!!
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Got no pictures of myself but if you imagine an 80 year old man, long beard, with a cane and overalls on.. I'm the guy standing next to him.
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I don't know, bluebottle, but it's sure not about sailing.
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SA...is drivel good or bad???

Can you eat drivel??
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All the drival aside cant wait to sell the fishing boat for a cruiser time has come here for change house on the cape to a farm in maine and a power boat to a sailboat these things are on my mind all the years on the water yet I still don't know how to sail how stupid is that

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Its not a stupid thing, and dont sell your dreams short..
I remember once that someone asked me how I had become so
proficiant at sailing.. I didnt say anything to them at that time but I knew I had sailed that same corse over a thousand times in my dreams...........
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Its not a stupid thing, and dont sell your dreams short..
I remember once that someone asked me how I had become so
proficiant at sailing.. I didnt say anything to them at that time but I knew I had sailed that same corse over a thousand times in my dreams...........
I think mid life crisis is a knockin at my door The cape is no longer the cape more like a suburb of boston now actully have to lock the house at night here now in the last 6 months my truck has been robbed and my house vandalized Thats the price we pay for a greedy town thats building on every buildable lot here....The fishing has come to few and far between good trips tells me to get the heck outta here sell this shack for the 20 acre farm/house have 100k leftover for my cruise trade or sell the fishing biz for a decent sailboat and start life fresh All I need to do is convince the wife lol
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