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Becareful of what you do here. Because you don't want to deprive the Villages of their IDIOTs....
After all, a village isn't a village if they don't have their village Idiot.

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My dear Giuletta,

It appears you forced me into answering some sort of twisted multiple choice question:


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1) you can't sail the J good enought (sic enough) to sail faster than a stoned or drunk person
2) their boat is a power boat
3) Their boat is a bigger J
4) some stone (sic stoned) kids can outsail you albeit you have a J
5) all the above

My answer would be: 2 and 3 underway, and 5 when anchored or at dock.

I seriously doubt even you (with all your skill and experience) could outrun a band of stoned drunk kids in paddle boats, brandishing high-powered water pistols, when you've got your anchor buried.
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it's only illegal because society tells you it is. **** society! (did you get a say in the vote?) although i dont indulge, i dont have a problem with it. visit Amsterdam for a change. when i was in the military, the best A$$ kicking soldiers were all stoners, they excelled in everything (physical training, marksmanship, mechanics)for some strange reason. gotta be a reason the governments want it outlawed.

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A Navy friend and I were on a double date with two really hot chicks in St Louis years ago. One of the girls pulled out a torpedo and asked for a light. My friend slammed on the brakes right there on I70 and kicked the girls out of the car. I mean he SLAMMED the brakes and they were on the side of the freeway in seconds. He said no chick was worth losing a career. I thought that was pretty cool. I wouldn’t have had the guts to dump them that way. We went on to the landing for some beer and Jazz.


Hey Pirate!!!

I left a message on your phone in Vegas last week. Sorry we missed! What a place that is. I picked up quite a few business cards from the Southern Immigrants on the sidewalks of the Strip. Cheri misplaced the dang things. Boy did we come back with stories. No money but good stories and memories.


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Hey Pirate!!!

I left a message on your phone in Vegas last week. Sorry we missed! What a place that is. I picked up quite a few business cards from the Southern Immigrants on the sidewalks of the Strip. Cheri misplaced the dang things. Boy did we come back with stories. No money but good stories and memories.
sorry i missed you guys too, busy with the new kid diabetic

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drugs?

not allowed on my boat ! i don't allow any kind of smoking, including tobacco. a couple of beers or a glass of wine in easy sailing weather, but not when the wind picks up. no boom boxes ! i don't have music on when i am on my boat. just the sound of the wind and waves is all i need.
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you wanna fire one up, I don't care, not my problem, its your career, life... blah, blah, blah.
not in my car, boat, house, presence...
You wanna toke, thats your "right", legalities kinda aside.
Its my right not to have you anywhere around me. not kinda

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You get to an age where it's all just kind of passe, don't you? Or maybe it's just that you start to realize that life is short and you really don't want to miss any more of it than necessary. Seems like a waste of time fraught with consequences not all just legal ones. I prefer to not be around it but you do as you please.
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Good question huh? The responses are interesting. So... if your jonesn for a tube, could roll up a piece of the main?
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what...grass is illegal???? Now you tell me!
Dude, we did tell you. You were just too stoned to remember.

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