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Gentlemen there's a new contender, some innocent soul just posted in Gear & Maintenance, "Can I convert a wheel to a tiller". Talk about cosmic karmic irony.
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Me and my old lady (who did a solo circumnavigation when she was 12) scored a great deal on a great project boat – fully equipped with granite counters, and a deck-mounted sea-whiz (for defense against pirates and zombies). We are always scrapping and we thought that an extended cruise in a small, confined space would be a great way to work out our problems.

We have never done this before so we have a couple of questions:
  • Should we be more concerned about penetration or knock-down power? (In our choice of handguns – what did you think?)
  • Should we go with instant, perc, drip or espresso?
  • Gosslings or Captain Morgan or Appleton's?
  • ‘Thongs’ – worn on the feet?
  • Does anyone have any good maps for the coast of Cuba?
  • The wife thinks that Francesco Schettino is kinda hot, and that people have been too hard on him. What do you think?

Well, that’s all for now.

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You have a Sea-Whiz!

Now you just need to lock on to a reliable source of spent uranium bullets! They go fast so stock up before each outing.

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to flying welshman, black seal and 10mm.
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My 36 Gal holding tank has no smell because I refuse to us it EVER...anyone have a problem with that?
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How do i fix the thing that holds up the part that turns the boat? Oh and what size rope holds up the big sail on my boat? (The model of which is not disclosed in my signature or mentioned in a previous post.)
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Anyone? I really need help. Its been 45 seconds and no replies.
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My Boat is Yellow. Is this a good boat to travel to the Bahamas with my wife, cat, bird, iguana, and mini horse? What is the Bahamas regulations about bringing mini horses into marinas? Anyone know where to get life vests for mini horses and if so they can't be to expensive, I used all my money on installing a disco ball and mirror floors in the saloon.
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I was thinking of getting one of those new composting heads. Can you eat the compost?

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...so you guys like PWCs, right?
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I was thinking of getting one of those new composting heads. Can you eat the compost?

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Indirectly, yes. But you my want to give it a couple years before planting your veggies.
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