C. Morejohn is Brainwashing my freind

Discussion in 'All Things Boats & Boating' started by clodgo, Jun 17, 2008.

  1. clodgo
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    clodgo Senior Member

    no message, that's all.
     
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  2. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    can we hijack the thread for drivel or are you going to add to and explain your headline? - - Sounds like a "grumpy old ******* type of post? - - Beware of what you say as if it becomes "defamatory" it may be removed and you, which is not good for you or us as readers/contributors....
     
  3. clodgo
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    Hello,

    Please don't hijack my thread ;]

    I think his work is very nice. My friend owns a 35 foot boat of his design. It is the original (I think) "Hogfish"

    My friend has recently decided that my design is very bad because Mr. MoreJohn thinks it is bad, however Mr. MoreJohn has never looked at it.

    This is not constructive in any way. I would appreciate either a bit of advice, or nothing at all. I believe that he is being arrogant.

    Chris
     
  4. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    So post it here and get abused/assisted by everyone, That is the objective - - have fun and help boating enthusiasts live longer and enjoy their boating :D:D Good sailing and fair winds...
     
  5. clodgo
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    It is posted here! Check my gallery masalai. it is updated regularly and I would like to know what people think. Please be honest, I can take it ;]
     
  6. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    The need - to be honest - is what do you want to do with your boat, and then what do you hope to achieve long term...
     
  7. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    Is that all your work (in website?- ) - - if so absolutely fantastic.... Good on you... Your gallery needs to be enhanced by your other work....
     
  8. clodgo
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    Hello Masalai,

    My boat is intended for weekend camping and coastal sailing. long term, I am hoping to live in a coastal town and open a furniture shop. Maybe someday I'll make a larger boat that I can live on.

    I think that I am being pretty realistic.

    Cheers,

    Chris
     
  9. clodgo
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    Thanks Masalai,

    All my work on the website. I've been at it for a while...

    Chris
     
  10. the1much
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    the1much hippie dreams

    i brainwashed my "ole lady",,,,,,, i jumped on her douche ,, hehe :D:p;)
     
  11. the1much
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    the1much hippie dreams

    some bad@ss woodwork man,,,the minute i see the pic with ya outside,,,i knew you were up theyah,,,,....ayah,,,,ive been theyah,,,,,thaht rrood duhn go nowheyah,,,stahs rite theyah all dah ;)
     
  12. clodgo
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    Hey 1,

    Thanks, I try to kick some arse when I can. lets see what happens in the next few weeks, maybe the beginning of a half way decent sailboat!

    Chris
     
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  13. longliner45
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    lets see some pics....
     
  14. the1much
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    the1much hippie dreams

    longy,,,if ya go to his web site he has pics there,,,,for some reason noone told him how lazy we are and that he should put up pics of at LEAST his boat,,hehe ;) ,,,ya chris,,,im from maine,,,only been in texas 6 years,,,so the minute i see the trees i looked to see where you was from,,,,,,good work man,,,specially for being in boston hehe ;)
     

  15. safewalrus
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    safewalrus Ancient Marriner

    So direct me to the clods site?
     
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