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  1. #1
    Registered RJ1340's Avatar
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    Thrill of powerboating

    I'm laying in bed, checking posts on OSO, watching the news with my wife and 3 dogs and I'm thinking, this is nice....but it ain't thrilling. I think if you offshore maniacs think about it, there's no way to experience the thrill of offshore powerboating online. No way. There's actually no way to experience the thrill of ANYTHING online unless you're playing with yourself the whole time or surfing kiddie porn.
    So what are we doing here? One goof feels compelled to share his porno discoveries with us, two or three are experts on absolutely everything and one of you guys either can't spell or can't find the right keys. Some of you ask the stupidest questions, How do I go slow and stay on plane, What should I name my boat, How much is your insurance....who the hell tells you what to do at work?
    You talk about killing and war like you could buy a clue if you had the dough. If I was staying, which I'm not I would have a poll to see how many of you preachy hippocrites ever had your best buddy - what's left of him - bleed out in your arms. Not too many, I'll bet.
    Everyone else is selling something and they're not even very reliable. Don't be mad. If I ever see you out there in any kind of trouble I will readily help you out (I actually can wrench). I love boating, biking, skiing....anything outdoors. Now how can I possibly experience any of those thrills sitting here on my computer.
    Splash out.

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    Gone Fishin' Charter Member Waterfoul's Avatar
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    Re: Thrill of powerboating

    Sea ya.
    [b]M Go Blue.......Gator boots, gator luggage, gator purses... all at cut rate deals!!!!

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    Re: Thrill of powerboating

    We hope you enjoy the remainder of your good life. Your past posts are quite interesting also.

    Thread closed.

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