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03-24-2007 04:28 PM
sailingdog
Quote:
Originally Posted by sailhog
SD,
How about this: I'll compromise on the height, and you on the girth. We'll go with models who are, say, only 4' tall -- but in the 500-600 lbs. range. Half-ton of fun kind of gals.
Sailhog
Ummmm... I think I'll pass... besides, I don't think there's enough space on the boat for all of you and me... Have fun though...
03-24-2007 12:28 PM
sailhog SD,
How about this: I'll compromise on the height, and you on the girth. We'll go with models who are, say, only 4' tall -- but in the 500-600 lbs. range. Half-ton of fun kind of gals.
Sailhog
03-24-2007 09:35 AM
sailingdog I prefer my models a bit more petite... both in height and girth... Not a big fan of the painter Rubens.
03-24-2007 09:31 AM
sailhog
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Originally Posted by sailingdog
Well, it would depend on the research subjects...
The research subjects are super plus-sized models...
Sailhog
03-23-2007 04:23 PM
hellosailor CD-
You can, the trick is getting your own bonafide educational institution and then following the rules to take advantage of the deductibles. If you can.

Back when mapping was...about five acronyms ago, what was it the Defense Hydrographic Agency or something? They used to encourage mariners to keep strip charts and take readings, bottom depths and locations, etc., and send them in to help provide more details on charts. Of course, the IRS won't give you any credit for that.
03-23-2007 04:19 PM
sailingdog Well, it would depend on the research subjects...
03-23-2007 04:14 PM
sailhog No, this research would be more along the lines of "the effect of doing immoral things while afloat." What research scientists like myself and Sheila want to know is: How long can we get away with doing things like this before the wrong people find out.
Sailhog
03-23-2007 02:55 PM
bestfriend
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Originally Posted by sailhog
Sailingdog, Bestfriend,
You guys enjoy "research"?
Sailhog
You mean like, everytime I lose my car keys, I gotta re search?,
03-23-2007 02:38 PM
sailhog Sailingdog, Bestfriend,
You guys enjoy "research"?
Sailhog
03-23-2007 02:30 PM
bestfriend Sorry Dawg. Sometimes, in all my excitement of having a good day on the water, I forget that sailing and watersports come to a grinding halt up there in NE (and the lakes too). It feels like spring here! And it will be there soon too! I know you will have a blast when it comes.
Best
PS, I really do get bummed when I miss a good thread, you guys are hilarious!
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