|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|03-01-2011 12:34 AM|
Well, it's been a year and a half since someone posted to this dead thread so I thought I would throw something in here. That way, when CBinRI comes back in 2012, he'll have somethin new to read.
Ok, maybe I'm the only one who thinks this is funny.
|09-16-2009 01:53 PM|
|mgmhead||Okay, borrowing the theme from another thread... I'm Ignoring This Thread!|
|09-16-2009 01:26 PM|
|lunarrichard||very observant sailor mitch - why can't i pay attention - i was gonna respond since i have similar needs for info and the same boat as firemanbob|
|02-12-2008 12:35 AM|
|rkfitz||Can't stop....must post on dead thread.|
|01-12-2007 03:46 PM|
Originally Posted by SVDistantStar
|01-12-2007 03:38 PM|
|SVDistantStar||How about we just kill this topic for another 5 years and not respond to it anymore. Make mine the last responce.|
|01-12-2007 12:25 PM|
Cb -- Interesting because anymore, that is one of the first things I check. Saves some effort trying to give someone advice they asked for ions ago, and they probably don't come to Sailnet anymore either.
DistantStar also makes a good point, and one that drives me nuts on the Pearson email list. Someone writes in with a question about a P-30, made in the '70's into early '80's, and someone responds with info about a different model boat made years later. It doesn't help if I ask a question about my 1988 P-33-2 and someone answers based on his 1978 P-10M. Oh well. I'll behave now.
|01-12-2007 10:07 AM|
Originally Posted by SailorMitch
|01-11-2007 08:54 PM|
|SVDistantStar||Nope didnt even notice the date up there. Why would someone bring up such a dead topic? The person bringing it back to life didnt really have any good info anyway. The systems in a 75 P30 and a P36-2 are alot different.|
|01-11-2007 08:38 PM|
|SailorMitch||Are you guys aware that firemanbob wrote that first post in this thread over 5 years ago? Just thought I'd mention it.|
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