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Old 10-14-2005, 08:06 PM
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DOUG - and after reading his posts, i'll be he has an excuse for everyone who asks him about your statement. Maybe you have the wrong Jack?
There's NO possible way that anyone has the WRONG Jack !!! that's .....MR. OFF...... MR. JACK OFF..... and don't YOU forget IT
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OK, ok!
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Many of you know how I feel about Jack's organizational skills, and after reading this, although many humorous things are said, I must think about what Jack has done.

While things aren't apparently going well for him, he at least DID get the COPS concept started. Although it wasn't perfect, he still did pioneer the idea, and others like Mark (uh, Mark # 86954A LOL! aka Smith), Steve and Dan have been able to continue vast improvements on this idea.

Many of you also know how Jack feels about me. I'm not expecting a Christmas card. BUT, nonetheless, I've been able to enjoy some fun times because COPS was started to get boating folks together. For that, I thank him and others involved.

And, let's face it, Dan was just too bored before. I mean, he's got to do SOMETHING with all his free time. LOL! Trust me Dan, sleep is overrated anyway, who needs it?

Say what you want, but Jack did get the "ball" rolling. For that, I'm grateful.

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[QUOTE=32fever]Many of you know how I feel about Jack's organizational skills, and after reading this, although many humorous things are said, I must think about what Jack has done.


I don't know why you guys have to hammer on Jack so bad. He did alot of nice things for you guys in the boating community. Yes, he's not perfect and neither are any of you. I think some of you people should really reconsider the way you talk about him.

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Many of you know how I feel about Jack's organizational skills, and after reading this, although many humorous things are said, I must think about what Jack has done.

While things aren't apparently going well for him, he at least DID get the COPS concept started. Although it wasn't perfect, he still did pioneer the idea, and others like Mark (uh, Mark # 86954A LOL! aka Smith), Steve and Dan have been able to continue vast improvements on this idea.

Many of you also know how Jack feels about me. I'm not expecting a Christmas card. BUT, nonetheless, I've been able to enjoy some fun times because COPS was started to get boating folks together. For that, I thank him and others involved.

And, let's face it, Dan was just too bored before. I mean, he's got to do SOMETHING with all his free time. LOL! Trust me Dan, sleep is overrated anyway, who needs it?

Say what you want, but Jack did get the "ball" rolling. For that, I'm grateful.

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Mark..... believe me, we're grateful that you're grateful. But, you only had to deal with him a couple days a year, a couple hours a day. And for that........ you should be VERY grateful.
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Many of you know how I feel about Jack's organizational skills, and after reading this, although many humorous things are said, I must think about what Jack has done.


I don't know why you guys have to hammer on Jack so bad. He did alot of nice things for you guys in the boating community. Yes, he's not perfect and neither are any of you. I think some of you people should really reconsider the way you talk about him.

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If you were "behind the curtains" with him like we had to be, you would retract you're whole statement. There are only a handful of us that REALLY know what went on with him, and why things turned out the way they did. And, we did whatever we had to do for the benefit of the WHOLE club. There was never any intent from us to create any animosity toward anyone, it was solely brought upon us by him alone. It was his choice to leave the organization totally, we wanted him to stay a member and join us in all our activities. He chose to try to destroy everything that we were trying to improve on, and we could'nt let that happen.

I admire your consideration for a person that you obviously do not really know, and for that you are an OK kinda guy in our book.
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I don't know why you guys have to hammer on Jack so bad. He did alot of nice things for you guys in the boating community. Yes, he's not perfect and neither are any of you. I think some of you people should really reconsider the way you talk about him.

My 2 cents[/QUOTE]

Bob, I agree with you that Jack started the ball rolling for the club and has brought many goods idea. We are greatly thankful for that. Many of the people that have posted their comments against Jack have a issue with Jack personally based on personal experiences with him.
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I don't know why you guys have to hammer on Jack so bad.
I hammer on him because he's a fcking jerk. He talked about me like I was a pos. He spout his crap then want everyone else to back him up. He loved to drop names like he was someone important. Anyone who's name he would drop, would immediately start distancing themselves from him. He was great for saying these grandiose things he was going to do, then NEVER follow through. I'v been on Oso a long time, and he's the only guy I can't stand. I'm glad he's gone from here, and we are better off without him.

Other than that, he's a swell guy.
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I hammer on him because he's a fcking jerk. He talked about me like I was a pos. He spout his crap then want everyone else to back him up. He loved to drop names like he was someone important. Anyone who's name he would drop, would immediately start distancing themselves from him. He was great for saying these grandiose things he was going to do, then NEVER follow through. I'v been on Oso a long time, and he's the only guy I can't stand. I'm glad he's gone from here, and we are better off without him.

Other than that, he's a swell guy.
W O W !!! And I'll bet that Cuda never even had the pleasure to meet him.
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I'v been on Oso a long time, and he's the only guy I can't stand.
does this mean you and license to thrill are buddies now?
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