Some people get off on chit like this. This is terrible and this person is not one of us.
Wonder what makes someone involve themselves in others business? It's not a particularly kind act.Originally Posted by offshoredrillin
To the insurance companies.....How can you tell when a powerboater is lieing about how fast his boat is? When his lips are moving.
In other words, lighten up insurance guys.
That said it would probably be wise to:
A. Be forthright with your insurance company
B. Not post anything on a public forum you didn't wish the world to know.
I'd like to think we could jerk each others chains a bit with tall tales of our 180 mph boats, but it appears the screws might take us literally.
Last edited by TRICK; 11-22-2006 at 11:05 PM.
One word: SHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
what would his motive be for reporting it? jealousy?
of sorts, it will come out in the end...Originally Posted by Steve_H
Why wait?Originally Posted by offshoredrillin
I guess we need some long drawn out winter drama????
he asked me not to say whom, but wanted everyone to know that there was some foul play involved and to just cover your backs.Originally Posted by TRICK
Originally Posted by TRICK
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