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Thread: fat a$$ vs teak

  1. #11
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    I remember seeing Bobthebuilder out at Key Wayden (sp?) and he had a nice fiberglass ladder to get on the front of his boat. It was even orange and yellow to match the old boat.

  2. #12
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    blow up the twinkie factory.. nice!!!!

    It is my fault and I know it.. Reagless.. thanks to all who have replied..I want to join my kids swimming.. but do not want to kill them when they try to boost me up intot he boat haha

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    I would go with the telescoping and try to keep as much weight in the water until you are ready to go up. I'm a big guy, 6'4" and 250, use the water to your advantage, you weigh less while floating...and if you want to knock some off...remember portions...

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    I think this might be a good choice. Rated to 400 lbs, it looks like a very sturdy boarding ladder.
    They are $177-$205 for either a three or four step.
    Last edited by DJD; 07-23-2008 at 08:35 PM.

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    This thread was started in what I thought was a humorus tone and I responded in a way that I thought would lighten it up a little.
    One of the problems with comunicating like this is that you cannot see the person who is posting to read his facial expressions or hear his voice. Maybe if I could have I would'nt have posted what I did. But I did.
    It would seem that some may have read into my post that I was poking fun at ''large'' people, nothing could be further from the truth. I was a fat kid growing up and I struggle with my weight every day of my life. I work out and watch what I eat and do the best I can to keep it in check.
    Obesity is no laughing matter. I'm sure that I have quite a few years on most of you so this come from years of experience and observation. The sooner that a person makes the dicission to take better care of themselves the better. What may be a problem with a swim platform now can lead to devastating health problems later in life. I see this in friends that I went to school with and have done business with for a long time.
    If you want to call me a ''salad eater'' and think that I take that as an insult you are wrong. I eat salad, steak have a drink or two once in a while and know all to well where all the dairy queens in this county and serveral others are located. (damn oreo blizzards) but I do the best I can to balance my caloric intake with what I burn.
    So, if I hurt anyones feelings, I'm sorry. Just please take care of yourself.

    Last edited by Roger 1; 07-24-2008 at 11:22 AM.

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    Aqua step makes a trick product.

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