the marine industry market in Asian-China

Discussion in 'Services & Employment' started by Hunterye, Jun 28, 2007.

  1. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    Longie, Hold your ***** and say: - - "That on the wall (in the secure cupboard) is a rifle, This in my hand is a gun, That is for shooting, this is for fun". So if you now know the difference, You can keep those guns, even in deaths' cold grip.
     
  2. Kay9
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    Masalai, I like you, your completely clueless, but I like you. America is not a fudal state. We do not have a bunch of warlords running around keeping the serfs down. Get your governments straight. Might I recommend you read a 4rth grade book on government, or perhaps you could buy the game Civ3.
     
  3. longliner45
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    no ,, I keep the shotgun next to the bed,,,,I know which one is for fun,,but as long as I have my firepower,,I dont have to worry about ,,,lets say an alkida cell,or corrupt govt seizing power,,or some poor deprived individual,who had a bad childhood,coming into my home ,,,longliner
     
  4. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    One little fish is all that bit. I am loosing my touch. Must be getting clueless with old age. By 4 th grade I was composing love sonnets having been inspired by Whully Shakespere who wrote on many topics - mainly politics.
     
  5. longliner45
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    may I invite you to the 21st century ,,,,and the real world?
     
  6. Landlubber
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    Well said longliner45..........my sentiments entirely.
     
  7. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    :p , :p , Not worthy of any real effort in responding. Been there & done that except design & build a boat.

    Worked in 6 different countries each with different languages, cultures etc. That is a real world capacity. Could you?
     
  8. longliner45
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    yes it is good ,,being able to adapt and function is key,and a little persistance im sure you will design and build your boat ,,,and travel is good ,,it gives a perspective ,,I speak italian nordest italia,,picolo,and spanish ,,should have studied latin,,(would of been better off),,and can speak some vietnamese,,,I have travled and lived in ,,Spain ,,Portugul ,Puerto rico,Belgiem,Germany ,,,USvirgin islands ,Italy,,Nicoragua,,Honduras,,and all states in the Us exept Hawaiiand Alaska,,,,,,,,,,,but still havent finished the boat...longliner
     
  9. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    Ahhhh, The reliable Longliner, How's it pal? I'm having an Aussy snack, buttered toast liberally "painted black" with Vegemite. If you come this way, consumption is a mandatory rite of passage! Goes well with a mug of tea.

    So broadly travelled & still suffering the septic malady? Bit more travel, loose the accent & you'll be a global soon.

    "Hawaiiand" I am told is vastly overrated, being over-run with terrorists & mexicans (a local dialect for tourists & southern "N.S.W. & Victorian" residents).

    Your Spanish will allow you to get around in Goa (India) where Portuguese is still used a little. French is also useful in the Pacific & the three "Pondicherry" zones of India. Alaska is too cold in my bigoted view, so doesn,t count. You may beat me to sea, this round, anyway.
     
  10. Frosty

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    If I had just half a brain I would try to speak another language.

    After bieng In Thailand nearly 20 years My Thai is like that of a 5 year old,

    No wait maybe 3year. It depends what you want to talk about. Beer and **** well---fluent!!!

    Longliner dont even think about trying vegimite--or is it vegishite.

    Its disgusting and should be returned back up the dogs arse where it came from.
     
  11. Landlubber
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    Oh Frosty, all good Aussie kids are brought up on Vegemite, we are happy little Vegemites, as bright as bright can be, we all enjoy our Vegemite for breakfast lunch and tea!

    Only now of course it is foreign owned.....still tastes the same.....
     
  12. StrandedMariner
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    I even have my little travel jar of Vegemite, for when I have to go to the countryside and visit the natives ;)
     
  13. Frosty

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    What do they do with it --dip their arrows in it.

    I believe that rubbing on hemoroids is about the best use anyone has come up for it.

    As far away from the mouth as possible.

    I saw a documentary on Telly last night about Kings Cross in Sydney. It showed these drug addicts and tramps hanging around the back steets. They were eating Vegimite on dry bread,---I rest my case.
     
  14. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    It's an excellent source of vitamins etc & they probably need all their money for the next hit of illicit stuff. V is cheap and may even be used by the dealers as a give-away to secure their sale???? You probably need some and don't know it ;) :D
     

  15. Frosty

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    I don't know Mas. you seem surprisingly knowlegable on the subject.

    I know that I would rather squeeze out the innards of a slug onto my bread that eat ,--that ---that---that disgusting convict stuff.

    I know of dogs that wont eat it.

    Do you know what it is and where it comes from? --Ille tell you later.
     
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