Praise from someone who rarely gives any.

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by cyclops2, Nov 18, 2011.

  1. cyclops2
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    I thank all of you who have increased my incorrect hull design knowledge with your tolerance & statements. It is very nice to be pointed in correct directions as a person tries a medium sized D I Y project.
    I do NOT give praise. People earn it from me.

    Thank you all.

    Rich
     
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  2. rxcomposite
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    rxcomposite Senior Member

    You can show your appreciation by clicking on the upper right hand corner of the poster you appreciate titled "post feedback" report. It is really more than a warm handshake and thank you to most members.
     
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  3. PAR
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    I have enough points, just send beer . . .
     
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    viking north VINLAND

    What brand ???:D
     
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    masalai masalai

    Ginger beer or chemical alcoholic :D
     
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    Brand? You mean there's more then one brand? I was 25 before I realized they sold Miller. I'm a Bud guy. No, not because they taste good, but because they're like a McDonald's hamburger. No matter where in the world you go, they all taste the same, not very good, but reliably the same. I've had most of the beer offering in the world and they lack consistency. One six pack may be skunky, while the previous one wasn't. I've never found this to be the case with Bud. Naturally, in the bottle is my only way, as I'm the high brow sort too.
     
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    You mean there's more then one brand? I was 25 before I realized they sold Miller. I'm a Bud guy

    Budwieser , the best beer in the world , for washing Lawn Mowers!
     
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    Only if you have to wash your lawn mower . . . just leave it out and rain and stop wasting beer Fred.
     
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    masalai masalai

    My lawnmower claims to have a NZlndr boyfriend called baaaaah, until we ate it....
     
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    viking north VINLAND

    Better idea drink the beer and wash the lawnmower with recycled hot water making more room for beer.
     
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    Did it cry Dadeeeeeee just before you took it's final breath---:D If so it was two timin with an Auzzi---:p
     
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    masalai masalai

    LOL - - No I am not from there - being a brutal Ozzy, - I just cut its throat, - - - - - - not a sound issued from the sheep, apart from a bit of a gurgle and a slight quiver... I do not enjoy the "degutting and disposal of the innards" - skinning I am used to , thence to hang and wrap in a sheet in the cool to stretch and relax the muscles before butchering...
     
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    viking north VINLAND

    Laddy--ave ya naa larned anythin from the Scotts, tis da innards and da blood that makes the finest Haggis
     

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