Starting in on a Chugger

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by Bike and a boat, May 5, 2012.

  1. lewisboats
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    lewisboats Obsessed Member

    Guppy is landfill fodder... sorry

    Steve
     
  2. Mussy37
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    Your last update to your website shows 2006, is that correct or ?

    By the way - like the site but would like to see up to date info??

    Tap, Tap, Tap - tapping foot awaiting update:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
     
  3. lewisboats
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    Easy man... sometimes folks don't check in for days....
     
  4. Mussy37
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    Yeah! But 7 years!!!!!
    I looked at your History thinking it was the present (2013) and saw you were currently 39 years old and had joined the Air Force in 1983 which meant you joined when you were 9 years old so I looked at the date of the post and saw it showed 2006 so OK you were 16 when you joined the Air Force - at that point I gave up - still like your designs though - keep up the good work!
    Please bring your website up to date???
     
  5. lewisboats
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    I work 2 jobs to the tune of 70 hours a week... I am 50 years old and have recently been diagnosed with high BP, High Cholesterol and a heart murmur... I have other things to worry about than updating a web site. When I find my software and have time to load it and redo things I will. Meanwhile I'll continue to leisurely work on my current build in my off time along with walking the dogs and working on my old house.
     
  6. Outlaw45
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    Steve good comeback. glad to see ya back doing things. take it easy, life is too short as it is.
    some get a little pissey don't they. lol. oh well.
    Outlaw
     
  7. Mussy37
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    hi Steve
    Point taken!
    I'm 67, still working, High BP, High Chol, heart? Well nuff said, reason is I'd like to see and hear what you are doing these days?
    By the way 'Outlaw45' sounds like an old cowpoke ?
    If you put your head above the parapit????
     
  8. hoytedow
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    hoytedow Wood Butcher

    Steve, I hear apples are a good remedy for high BP.
     
  9. Outlaw45
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    Mussy, Yea I have worked horses in my time. I am 68 and in great health. been mostly a biker most of my life. am also a VN vet, special forces. you should learn to look up words. PARAPIT is not a word, if you are referring to what you think you are spelling it's spelled PARAPET a low wall or railing or an embankment protecting soldiers from enemy fire and with that said my head is always above it.
    Dude ya need to get a life or a better Doctor to help ya out. lol.
    Outlaw
     

  10. Mussy37
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    You know? I kinda thought you might be all of those things! As for spelling? Enough said!
     
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