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Living Aboard - What''''s Important in a Marina?

I am sorry if I come off angry at this guy Jack I think his name is he is the harbor master at St Pete Municipal. A real jerk at his best ralks dowd to women and treets peopls like his personal punching bag, I want his job and for him to be a garbage collector, If you make a reservation at StPete make sure that you get a comfermation on your slip reservation. I guess if he says no I gave your slip to this rich cat in his words your outta here I don''t care if you had heart surgery or not and if you get struck by lightning he may laugh in your face and say well your not alone pal. I would not live at that marina no matter what SOB''s so pick your dock master if he is outside puffing a cig all the time maybe he is to nervous and should have a job where he cant get to the coffee pot all day long.
P.S. If you reed this Jack up the JOLLY RODGER smilin Jack you A HOLE. That little glitch in your crappy system cost me $5000 and the list is growing. Capt Jake
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