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Old 01-07-2010
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So you think you have problems with your neighbours?

My neighbours with the drum kit in the basement don't seem so bad compared to this French guy!!

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Generally I try to hide my redneck streak, but "DAMN". Send that ol boy to Texas and see if he can still pull that stuff.
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Wow.
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Now THAT'S a great story.

By the way...my name is Pierre Matelot en Démence...and I'm new to this anchorage.
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That was a pretty nice Amel Super Maramu he was using for the ramming. Not a cheap boat...
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I bet it was a little cheaper than "Triton".
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Generally I try to hide my redneck streak, but "DAMN". Send that ol boy to Texas and see if he can still pull that stuff.
Yup, that story had me re-thinking my stance on gun control.

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Wow! This reminds me of the clown that insisted somebody was in his GPS anchor spot at an anchorage in Mexico. A boat was already at anchor, and this motorsailor owner insisted that the sailboat move because "this was where his GPS" told him to drop his hook. Unfortunately Mr. Idiot had children aboard! What a sad lesson and confrontation for the kids to see. Mr. Idiot ended up anchoring too close to the sailboat and ultimately they did relocate, the rest of us avoided that family like the plague.
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I thought the ocean would take care of morons like that before they became a problem to others. I don't know why I thought that, car crashes can't keep up with the demands of Darwinism.
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