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re: Northeast U.S. Snow Storm

From what? The snow storm?
Meh.

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re: Northeast U.S. Snow Storm

This is a rules of the road question!?!

I think you need your morning coffee, David!
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This is a rules of the road question!?!

I think you need your morning coffee, David!
I guess he changed his mind that quickly between typing the title and the message.

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I guess he changed his mind that quickly between typing the title and the message.
Apparently you can't change the title of a thread.

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Apparently you can't change the title of a thread.
I can change it for you if you want. Are you referring to the snow storm?

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I can change it for you if you want. Are you referring to the snow storm?
Yes thanks. Please fix the title.
I was wondering if the 40" of show we just had impacted any of our members boats.

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Yes thanks. Please fix the title.
I was wondering if the 40" of show we just had impacted any of our members boats.
Perhaps I'm wrong but I suspect all of the yachts in the locale became the "burdened vessels" in the event, Non?
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Re: Northeast U.S. Snow Storm

The reason I ask is because it is not unusual to have a boat, if it is in the water, sink enough because of the weight of the snow to put a thru-hull under water that is not usually underwater.
Then it don't take much, leaky hose, bad clamp, frost cycle to sink a boat.
Either that or no one is fessing up.

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