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I may go with the "pig" as it should keep both Ospreys and alkida off the boat!
Well, there is a problem with the pig ...... it looks like crap. I just don't like the way it looks. Sailboats are things of beauty (mine especially ) and the pig just screws that up (to my eye.)

I really like Quickstep's "pig stick." It will look a lot more "nautical" and if it still gets the job done it; gets the job done. I'm gonna try it. Now ..... what type of flag ?????? I'm an old Hippy ..... I'm making a "pig stick" and flying a peace flag ...... pictures to follow ...... some day! Tie dyed peace flag! HA!

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Well, there is a problem with the pig ...... it looks like crap. I just don't like the way it looks. Sailboats are things of beauty (mine especially ) and the pig just screws that up (to my eye.)

I really like Quickstep's "pig stick." It will look a lot more "nautical" and if it still gets the job done it; gets the job done. I'm gonna try it. Now ..... what type of flag ?????? I'm an old Hippy ..... I'm making a "pig stick" and flying a peace flag ...... pictures to follow ...... some day! Tie dyed peace flag! HA!

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How about a flag with the image of Michael Vick on it. That should scare any animal away.
Peace bro.
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Being a conservative it would have to be...

"DON'T TREAD ON ME" for my flag! Great idea.
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hmm. i think dirtboy may have been at led zeppelins garage sale with that pig..
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or .177 pellets or bbs wont rattle the neighbors as much.
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hmm. i think dirtboy may have been at led zeppelins garage sale with that pig..
did you mean pink floyd?
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touche weinie..
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