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10-01-2007 11:56 PM
sailingdog ROFLMAO... On a boat as big as yours... that would be a serious, serious mess. Don't forget the dogs would probably get so excited that they'd piddle on your deck... I wonder what dog piss does to teak???
10-01-2007 11:42 PM
ianhlnd SD, can you imagine dog slobber all over everything, cockpit, dog slobber, cabin sole, dog slobber, berths dog slobber. plates, silverware, food, dog slobber. Yeauuucchhhh! And the smell? Don't light a match, the boat will explode. Just MHO And those dogs look like slobber dogs.
10-01-2007 11:21 PM
sailingdog LOL... I guess Ian doesn't want the slobbery geniuses on his boat.
10-01-2007 11:13 PM
ianhlnd Oh no, well, looky here dogsailors, if you see a beautiful Hardin with maroon trim sitting in a secluded anchorage, please stay the hell away! Not that I don't like dogs, I just don't like dogs on boats and all the crap they leave on the beach. Other than that, have a nice trip. SD is right, those are really ugly dogs. do they slobber all over everything? Probably used to it huh?
10-01-2007 09:39 PM
canadianseamonkey
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CSM-

You really need to check out this thread...
Oh man! I remember that thread way too well. Why are you bringing back the nightmares. Like I've said before, my dog hates the boat and I hate bringing him. It's mutual. It's just so unfair to a dog not having a place to run and crap in private. He rather spend his time at the cottage. That's just my opinion.
10-01-2007 06:15 PM
rewell6 Check out this on wikipedia

http://www.sailnet.com/forums/showth...t=37279&page=3

Seems that Mexicans eat dogs. This breed isn't listed, but dog is dog right?
10-01-2007 05:09 PM
sailingdog CSM-

You really need to check out this thread...
10-01-2007 04:25 PM
canadianseamonkey Dogsailors - checked out your MySpace page, good job. I'll be following your adventure. Sounds like a blast. Good luck and good winds.
10-01-2007 04:07 PM
sailingdog
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Hopefully the dogs will start posting on the blog - then maybe someone who knows how to capitalize correctly will make it readable
LMAO... cuttingly funny, and two-thumbs up...
10-01-2007 04:05 PM
dogsailors the iron is eaten by rust. so are the envious consumed by envy
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