May Be More Of Us, Soon

Discussion in 'All Things Boats & Boating' started by Dave Fleming, Oct 19, 2003.

  1. 8knots
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    8knots A little on the slow side

    Thanks

    Thanks all.....Id like a few bft of that Cypress from Oysters homeland. I miss the swamp and catfishin!
    Anybody sold the family farm and bought one of those fine planes Garret Wade has? (product review)
    8Knots
     
  2. Dutch Rub
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    Dutch Rub Junior Member

    ....... yer gettin off topic.... back to my stomach ache......
     
  3. 8knots
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    8knots A little on the slow side

    WHAT TOPIC?

    Do we really have a topic? I'll send pepto...
    8
     
  4. Guest

    Guest Guest

    This must be the longes thread in the forum. There will be more of whom? Someone suggested drag queens.
     
  5. Dutch Rub
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    Dutch Rub Junior Member

    ...... more of us groovy dudes from WB forum.... well spice this place up a bit....
     
  6. SailDesign
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    SailDesign Old Phart! Stay upwind..

    "groovy".
    That brings back memories - of the 60's.
    They do say that if you can remember the 60's you weren't "there". How 'bout you, Dutch - remember much?
    ;-)

    Steve
     
  7. Dave Fleming
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    Dave Fleming Old Geezer

    Please Don't Feed The Trolls!
    :(

    Sail, he was run out of the WB Forums by the administrator.
    I have been told he is back there again under another name.

    Again I must apologize for opening my big mouth over there about spending my online time over here instead of at the WB Forums.



    :eek: :eek: :eek:
     
  8. SailDesign
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    SailDesign Old Phart! Stay upwind..

    Dave - You will pay for that mistake - someday ;-))
     
  9. Dave Fleming
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    Dave Fleming Old Geezer

    Ayup, and well I know it too!
    :eek:
     
  10. Dutch Rub
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    Dutch Rub Junior Member

    Dave- what the hell is your problem? You think youre too good for every body dont you? That youre some kind of boat building JC that every one needs to bow down to-bet youre not half as smart as you pretend to be....
     
  11. popeye

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    No, it's true. I got into trouble the time I fell off my boat and into the water, there I lay, kicking, wallowing and calling for help, when Dave walked by...

    Dutch, that's a nice blouse, did you make it yourself? ;-)
     
  12. Dutch Rub
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    Dutch Rub Junior Member

    ..........well pop.....its not an original, ....I saw oprah wearing one on the million dollar pyramid show........seeeeewwww.........
     
  13. Dutch Rub
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    Dutch Rub Junior Member

    boy this is one slow place....
     
  14. gonzo
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    gonzo Senior Member

    How about stopping all the sqwaking and write something about boats?
     

  15. DutchRub
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    DutchRub New Member

    anyone seen Oyster?

    Well that seems to be the question of the moment ...where is the Oyster? :confused:
     
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