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Topic Review (Newest First)
07-07-2006 12:16 PM
Pirate's Booty Easy does it, Manner Police. Don't make me walk the plank just yet!
07-04-2006 01:06 PM
kokopelli9 People, just like sails, are the least effective when noisy and impatient.
07-03-2006 01:04 PM
PBzeer Pirates are also known for their gallantry, and while hijacking bullion might be in the blood, discourtesy is not. After all......give nice, to get nice.
07-03-2006 12:38 PM
Pirate's Booty We pirates be known to hijack - just de nature o' de beast!

Yer best defense be to fight back heartily, mate!
06-30-2006 07:15 PM
Surfesq I admit to being a trouble maker on occasion but I try to confine my trouble to the thread I started just for that purpose. I was actually reading this thread to see how many women are on Sailnet out of curiousity. I think you are making a good point.
06-30-2006 07:10 PM
kokopelli9 A lot of us who used to hang out here are not finding this new board layout as user friendly as the old sailnet was...and it's also hard to reply to threads as they keep getting highjacked and taken off subject such as this one...
I keep lurking though hoping for the old spirit to come back...
06-29-2006 02:28 PM
sailingdog Of course, if they live next door to you, it would behoove them to do a proper job of the LPG installation, as they're a llkely victim of the impending explosion, should the install be botched...
06-29-2006 02:03 PM
Pirate's Booty Yeah, I agree - I suppose a professional would be the way to go on this one. Although I do enjoy a good explosion from time to time - really gets the blood pumping, you know?

Maybe one of my neighbors has a recommendation for a good handyman/handywoman (handy-person???) I just have to be careful because some of these guys say they can do it for me. I would rather hire some one I do not live next to, just in case something goes wrong.
06-28-2006 09:03 PM
PBzeer What you might want to do, if only for peace of mind, is have your propane system checked by a professional. It could be, that everything is fine, or it could need replaced, but, either way, you know for sure.
06-28-2006 07:42 PM
sailingdog Just as a warning... charcoal can be a bad fuel to store on a boat. It does weird/dangerous things if it gets damp. Also, many marinas forbid the use of charcoal-based grills in alot of places. Propane, when properly installed, is far safer and easier to use, and more cost-effective than charcoal.
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