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okay here is a minor call out or beat down or what ever

on this thread you said "i fill my boat for a fraction of my buddies power boat" , that inplies you have had to put fuel in your boat

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He fills it up, and pays his $2,000 and he's cool with that. I fill mine, and pay a fraction.
then on this thread http://www.sailnet.com/forums/off-to...tml#post461581 you said
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Yeah, I'm a true red blooded Canadian, it's true that we are looking to move up to a larger cruiser boat and start our extended cruising lifestyle.
this also implies you have a boat and want a bigger one

on this thread Living aboard - and sex you said just got back from the boat doing your wife. again saying you have a boat, granted this was kind of a joke thread but it again implies you have a boat on the hard, waiting for spring as you said some where.

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I just got back from taking my first mate down to the boat and giving her the jib. I live in Canada right now, and the boat is on the HARD, so we had to get INSIDE turn on the heater, and get at it. Right now it's 28 below C, but we managed to heat up the boat without any problem.
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Got a great one, blowjobjones, have you purchased one?

Can't wait for spring, and get back on the boat. Gotta love variety!!!
yet 2 weeks ago in this thread Ontario Canada you said " i am brand new to sailing.

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I'm brand new to sailing, and we are looking to jump right in. We want a Tayana 37 or 42.

Later folks.
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http://www.sailnet.com/forums/off-to...an-thread.html where you say you can sail, so you learned in 2 weeks in canada in the winter

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I hope you can sail, I sure can, even drunk.
so which is it, your brand new to sailing but you have a boat on the hard, which you have had to put fuel in, implying you have had it out on the water water before ? but you are looking for a larger boat to go cruising on, but are new to sailng.


now i wont get in to the 7.62 shooting thing, considering canada has very restrictive firearm laws. also you said in a thread about fighting you had to hold yourself back from choking a guy IIRC to death due to army training in CANADA. which does have a military, but not a large one.

should i go on?
now i do like you but the BS is flying i think. you have some funny thoughts and posts, just please stop the BS.

and look you have down you turned me in to nonjy with many quotes

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Who's starting the "Will SailorGregS ever get a boat" thread?
I started it, and all I had to do was change 1 letter.
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okay here is a minor call out or beat down or what ever
Scottyt. That was a good beat down, This guy is totally busted.
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Bene - you're killing me. With these two almost identical threads going, I now feel like I'm totally "gregged" - seein' double and suddenly wanting to invest in Canadian boat heaters.
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Smells like Sully to me????

i was wondering the same thing days ago but i assumed a mod checked his ip as one in canada. i know it can be faked, but i would think one did check it
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100% agree CP...I hope thats/this is the last time I post to a useless thread such as this one! Yea right
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Heh-heh, I've seen all this ignore stuff before. So here's the deal. Let's see if you guys can really ignore all these threads. Next inflammatory post by GregS - you let it slide. You keep talking about seacocks and halyards. You don't even blink.

Let's see how far down the list these get before someone nibbles the bait. I'm skeptical.

And the timer starts.........now.
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I'm brand new to sailing, and we are looking to jump right in. We want a Tayana 37 or 42.

Later folks.



So in two weeks you go from not knowing anything to using terms like we and us in regards to sailors.

Greg, I been sailing for 40+ years! Guys like you Annoy me! I am proud to call myself a sailor. I have earned my stripes! Please refrain from calling yourself sailor in my presence. It just makes me laugh and you look like a horse's a##.


or decide what you want for a boat. Big difference bewteen a Tayana 42 and a cheap 30 ft. and are you going to sail around the world or Lake Ontario. You may think its fun, but you waste peoples time in responding to what appear to be legit questions.
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This guy must work for AIG.

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All through time, since the beginning of the combustion engine, the debate has raged on regarding the virtues of Sailor vs Power boaters. I for one have stood up and took on all power boaters who dared roar about their superior method to traverse the waves.

Well, I told these blow hards that their are significant reasons' why sailors are much better people, and geeze these guys hate what I said.

Here are my reason's why I think we are superior, and I would venture to say we, well I, are also elitists.

1) We get better chicks, much better looking and smarter.
2) We are much better looking and also smarter
3) Rappers tend not to purchase sail boats as "bling"
4) Sailors can drink more
5) We have more disposable income.

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6) Our message boards are better and way more sensitive.
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