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Old 04-28-2005, 06:21 PM
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Default Chuck's feeling frisky for Lake Champlain

Chucky boy.... the dad to be.... the Nortech pilot to be was rambunctious about testing his new 36' little toy with the dudes coming to the milk run.

His words were "Now tell these jokers that commit and don't show up to put up or shut up..."

So you guys that ... at one point or another said you'd come down how about showing to Chuck that you will be there to see if his new weapon is really the shizzz (as they say in CA).

The list is here but let's show Chuck what he's up against.... and how many of us...

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Us that's 1.
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I'll say Doc John because his computer skills are as limited as his self-discipline with women...

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I just love to see a big crowd. The more boats the better!!!! As far as challenging anyone goes.... I think I would have a better chance in my Spectre and maybe even my old Eliminator than my new underpowered ride . But with that said, if you say your going to make this run than make the run. None of these last minute B.S. excuses the last three days before the run!!!
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Agreed Chuck BTW, congrats to you as well! Just caught that. Little slow over here tonight
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I'll be there whoring a ride with someone!! A nice big, fast cat would be nice!!

Is there a prize for the most miles traveled to this event?? I'll have nearly 700 one way when I get to Burlington.... without a boat unfortunatly.

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I'll be there whoring a ride with someone!! A nice big, fast cat would be nice!!

Is there a prize for the most miles traveled to this event?? I'll have nearly 700 one way when I get to Burlington.... without a boat unfortunatly.

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I guess I can buy a beer for the person that comes the farthes.............pulling a boat of course not just their sorry ride mouching rear end.
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Mouching? Hey, I'm offering gas money.... and at $2.50 a gallon I could be a VERY valuable asset, aside from my professional line monkey/fender ***** abilities!!!

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