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Just a little bit of levity for the Holidays.....just go about 3/4 of the way down this page http://www.sailinganarchy.com/
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How apropos, it''s the same morons that own stupid upside down vehicles (SUVs) that own and operate jerk skis. The only down side to this display of "culling the herd" is that they probably polluted the body of water that the suv and jerk ski was being launched into!

Ignorance can be corrected stupidity is forever! Thanks for bring this to our attention.
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Seconded!
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