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no ....but she's funny lol.
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Oh, did I forget to mention he has cannons on his boat??? For the pirates! Is that also going to be a problem?
Am I the only one who feels like we are being played by this poster?
What's the thing they say on "Love Line" when it's a BS call???
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I did not know about noonsite.com. Very nice to have.
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yea, noonsite is very informative. Kind of gives you the sense that there ARE others who actually do what I've always wanted to do, sail everywhere forever.

As to the OP, come on , can anyone be that uninformed and still have internet access.
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Capt Tony may be right

but on the other hand, this is a great string...
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but on the other hand, this is a great string...
But on which end is the yo-yo?
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maybe not with the cannons and all but i have some doubts
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yea, noonsite is very informative. Kind of gives you the sense that there ARE others who actually do what I've always wanted to do, sail everywhere forever.
Yes, me too. The last several weeks I have had this really strong compulsion to buy a sailboat with a lifting keel, something I can trailer and still stay upright on the Great Lakes in 30 knot winds with waves. My wife thinks I should name the sailboat Geezer's Folly.
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Arghhh! This is for Real

Believe it or not, all of this is true. I have better things to do (like get a new boyfriend) than make up a story on a forum.

I actually thought in order to have weapons on your boat, perhaps you had to have some kind of permit??? Was just wondering if Captain Yoyo might end up in a foreign pokey, due to no passport, and cannons on board.

Anyway, glad I am so amusing.
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Cannon's would be a be a bad idea. way to slow reload...
he needs an RPG launcher! maybe several!


IIRC, mexico takes any guns you have when you clear into a HARBOR, and returns them as you leave the port.

tell him you'll meet him in mexico... he probably won't make it that far.
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