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03-25-2005 12:04 PM
dman
need a good anchor?

Doesn`t it seem auwfully familiar to me or am I wrong.The 37or 38 Irwin that has been completely trashed is back for sale on EBAY.Now that boat brought out some heated discussion with the new owner who apparently never payed for this piece of junk and fought tooth and nail about the great deal as he was laughing all the way to the bank.The next time you want advice and do not listen to any logic... you are lucky that you do not end up in court owing the money you supposedly said you were going to pay or worse yet paid for this manmade reef.I am not doing any endzone dances here I just hope you live and learn.

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