Boats Are For Idiots

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by Sean Herron, Dec 31, 2007.

  1. Petros
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    Petros Senior Member

    a half-wit

    (related to the nit-wit)
     
  2. Capt Mike
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    Capt Mike Junior Member

    New guy here

    I think people who go out and fish for so called fun are idiots, what is so fun about sitting there with a string in the water waiting on a fish to bite. I just don't get it, I would have more fun building something or just working on my woody for hours and hours for. What you don't see how that is fun.

    Thank God not everyone hates fishing because I love to eat fish

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  3. the1much
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    the1much hippie dreams

    its fun cause the wifey's cant get to ya,,and ya can say your cell didnt have service ;)
     
  4. Capt Mike
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    Capt Mike Junior Member

    I don't have a wife no women will put up living on a old wood boat and me work on it all the time. or maybe they just wont put up with me
     
  5. the1much
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    the1much hippie dreams

    well see,,,,,you have your way of "keepin em away" fishing is the excuse after all the work that could possibly be done is done with that old wooden boat ;)
     
  6. Loveofsea
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    Loveofsea New Member

    I've been called an idiot!

    http://www.towsurfingadventures.com/cortesgallery.php?p=1&d=1

    Note the shiny surface just infront of the surfer. That is the result of turbulence coming off a shipwreck...

    That shipwreck is one of my favorite camping destinations~

    I've spent 29 nights anchored on that bank and over 20 of them were within 50 ft of where that surfer is~

    :)
     
  7. Brent Swain
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    Brent Swain Member

    Living on my boat has allowed me to be semi retired since my twenties ,debt free. I've worked a month a year since 1976. The cutting of living costs has allowed me to spend the rest of the year on play time. Sure glad I'm not sane like all those people on the consumer treadmill.I lay in bed every morning and listen to the traffic report to to stay informed on what I'm missing.
    37 Years ago I became a sailor so I could get laid, and I aint quitting til I do.
    Brent
     
  8. Frosty

    Frosty Previous Member

    Im an idiot --and a half whit apparantly. But I just cant stop myself. I sell a boat and swear that I will never buy another.

    I tell ya,--- I have got the Boat trader magazine before the money is in the bank. I say to myself oh im only looking. What idiot would beleive an idiot,--- and a half whitted one at that?

    I like to see the water sploshing on the boat ---I like sploshing water,--its nice.
     
  9. Sean Herron
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    Sean Herron Senior Member

    S.o.b.

    Hello...

    Swain wins this one - end the posts...

    Sploshing is a good word is it not...

    Swain is a S.O.B....:)

    I am going to go wake up my passed out on red wine wife - just now - out of spite - who looks like Lynda Carter - and get laid - so there - go sail your boat - you S.O.B...:)

    SH.
     
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  10. Capt Mike
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    Capt Mike Junior Member

    No kin, we have this sand bar in the lake that all the small boats pull up onto an get out and stand in the water. We call it two foot. if I get there early enough I can pull my boat up close on the front I will be on the sand on the back it is 15 feet deep. I have to stay on the boat because I will have a hundred people or more on the boat. the first time I got off the boat I had been the water for about five minuets or less and miss Georgia and some of her friends were climbing on to my boat. sometimes I will make frozen shooters and throw them off the boat.


    This is a big page it will take some time to load it is my LOG on what we did last summer

    http://web.mac.com/tanyard/Site_6/two_foot.html

    http://web.mac.com/tanyard/Site_6/pacemakerboat.com/Entries/2007/12/2_My_log.html#comment_layer

    http://www.bigwoodenboat.com
     
  11. westlawn5554X
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    westlawn5554X STUDENT

    Mmmm ... maybe need new alternative treatment guys

    Mmmm ... maybe need new alternative treatment guys...:D

    click picture for immediate cure...:D :D :D
     

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  12. Capt Mike
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    Capt Mike Junior Member

  13. the1much
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    the1much hippie dreams

    does that change the meaning of "space PROBE",,,,,im confused,,and feel VERY violated :(
    i'm gonna go sell my neighbors boat
     
  14. Frosty

    Frosty Previous Member

    You guys looking at pictures of women again? Tut,tut,tut ,---get yourself outdoors , go breath some fresh air, careful now don't trip over the computer wires

    Man can not live by bread alone.
     

  15. the1much
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    the1much hippie dreams

    i only have pictures :( i hhave 3 kids ( 2 girls 3+5) and a wifey thing,,and so old i cant "catch" the "real" fish any more :(
     
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