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Old 03-18-2010
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BTW Smack that comment about Dog and his Prune Juice had be laughing my ahole off.
Ahhhmmm, I have no idea what you're talking about.

The real question is where does it rate on the "Painkiller Comedy Scale" HERE? The loss of an "ahole" has got to be up there.

BTW MoPaul are you an investigator of some sort in real life? You're good dude.
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But my gut instinct says SiamSailer and blurbear are the same person.

They both start there posts with Dear and end it with regards. And they both use parentheses in there posts.
paul i dont see too many similarities with how they write besides the dear and regards thing. siam makes much longer sentences with a few comma's blur writes shorter sentences. now one thing i will say that kind of agrees with you in on trip advisor siam capitalizes every letter of scuba, and blur did the same thing here.

but as a internet attack this is going great for siam, the first 5 hits that you get on goggle on deiter ( sp wrong on purpose ) are this thread and trip advisor.

i think the mods need to add a few spaces in to deiters name and the name of his boat just to get google to stop linking to this thread
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Another post by Siam

Could this be another hit and run ?
Or is it true ?

The quote below was found here :

Low price Catamarans - Boat Design Forums

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Boat building, use due dilligence in Thailand

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I have recently built a boat in Thailand, this boat was built at the low priced yard.
I regret ever setting foot in this yard, I was conned, robbed, cheated.

WARNING this boat builder finds all his victims via the Internet and are seduced by his low price quotes. I did not practise due diligence, if the price is to good to be true...it is. This builder exploits Thai labour and uses cheap materials and substandard parts. and at the end of the project...the price doubles....extras that he does not inform you of.

ask this builder for references of past customers of boats, contact them and look at their boats....trust me, he has no happy customers. this Italian boat builder has many skeletons in his closet, and has robbed many customers !!

Warning.... If you build a boat in Thailand !!!!

demand the right to have independent surveys done by a proper yacht surveyor.

have the right for a proper sea trial by a surveyor before payment in full.

have a legal contract made by a real lawyer in Bangkok that includes a standard warranty.

If you ask for these basic rights...the above boat yard will never sign a contract with you. saving all misery many have been through...I personally know over 10 victims.

I must say now that this boat yard is using a real Naval Architect the boats are better..... I hope. The victims I know of, most had boats that are the boat yards design... with no Naval Architect engineering. This boat yard has many past customers that have junk boats and no warranty was honoured. you see many photo's on his web site....ask to see the boats today...and ask to talk to the owners....try.....good luck. expect no real warranty....

WARNING....IT TAKES YEARS TO GET ANY RECOURSE WITH THE THE THAI LEGAL SYSTEM...BASICLY...YOU GET NONE...ANY WRITTEN WARRANTY YOU GET WILL BE WORTHLESS. ( THIS IS THE FAR EAST ASIA !!!! )

PLEASE PRACTISE DUE DILIGENCE !!!!!
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Siam seems to be an easy take. Everybody in the world is screwing him. Maybe he needs to learn how to make smart decisions, and grow up becoming responsible for his own actions. Kind of sounds like a cry baby to me. .......i2f

& thanks for going easy on us old fat guys.........
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Here is another opinion of the captain and his yacht.

From here :

Sy Nakamal Catamaran Saing Cruise - Reviews, Photos - Life in Paradise - TripAdvisor
I'd also like to point out, that this positive review of the captain, came from a member of TripAdvisor since Aug 2007. This member has made some previous posts that seem believable to me.

The TripAdvisor post from SiamSpearo is his only post, and he just joined TripAdvisor this month. That post was made a couple days prior to him starting this thread.
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Siam seems to be an easy take. Everybody in the world is screwing him. Maybe he needs to learn how to make smart decisions, and grow up becoming responsible for his own actions. Kind of sounds like a cry baby to me. .......i2f

& thanks for going easy on us old fat guys.........
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More of my life spent...

Wow, I can't believe I actually read this entire thread! It's kind of like driving by an accident, ya just gotta slow down and see if here is any blood on the road :-(

Well that's a few minutes of my life I'll never get back, so I mite as well compound the original error by posting a completely useless reply.

Anyone else going to Block Island Race Week? It probably won't be as much fun as a trip to Thailand to charter a boat with a allegedly drunk skipper, but heck, I suppose I could drink myself. Hard to win a race that way, but ya never know. Maybe I can get that captain to come crew for me. If the story is fake, maybe I'll have a good crew member. If the story is true, now THAT would be fun!
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I'm sorry...this thread was all my fault. I tried networking my autopilot and chart plotter to my blender, sausage grinder and a time machine I recently invented. The flux capacitor became overloaded when I failed to synchronize the transistors with the network modulator.
The whole thing got confusing when the darn thing turned into a small oriental bartender capable of mixing a drink that created a time portal. I've been chasing the bartender through the time continuim for 2 months in your time now.
The good news is I've lost about 40 pounds and my hair is starting to grow back. Please be warned that if you own a 12 volt blender it could start humping your solar stick. If this happens disconnect your batteries as this will be the only way to disarm your autopilot.
Sorry for the confusion.....
(yes, you can believe everything you read on the internet. This post is absolutely 100% true.)
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