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Old 03-02-2006, 09:53 AM
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Will always have a boat with gas in it ready to go ! How much runnin I do can be adjusted accordingly
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Old 03-02-2006, 11:02 AM
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27 Can you do that? At my Marina they will not allow fuel to be brought in by outside containers. They will toss you out of the marina if you get caught.
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Old 03-02-2006, 11:31 AM
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Learned my lesson. Now I just run with Panther, the way he blows drives I know I'll always be able to get motor parts while he idles home
I've got something up my sleeve Mr. V. Give me about 30 days and I'll know for sure, the issue is being addressed.

Oh yeah, fuel prices. It definetely doesn't stop me but I don't do Friday, Saturday and Sunday's out on the water anymore. Then again, who knows what this year will bring.

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I've got something up my sleeve Mr. V. Give me about 30 days and I'll know for sure, the issue is being addressed.

Oh yeah, fuel prices. It definetely doesn't stop me but I don't do Friday, Saturday and Sunday's out on the water anymore. Then again, who knows what this year will bring.
Yup, in 30 days the wife would have sold the boat.

The only thing up your sleeve is a stinky armpit

I am sure this year will bring more river boating, even if fuel is $15 a gallon you'll still spend less than $200 a weekend in fuel.
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Yup, in 30 days the wife would have sold the boat.

The only thing up your sleeve is a stinky armpit

I am sure this year will bring more river boating, even if fuel is $15 a gallon you'll still spend less than $200 a weekend in fuel.
We shall see, we shall see my friend.

I'll keep you posted, AFTER it happens!
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We shall see, we shall see my friend.

I'll keep you posted, AFTER it happens!
What happened to the peace pipe? Don't worry I still love you even if you're still going to be buying parts for those big ugly drives that will be hanging off the back of the boat.
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Old 03-02-2006, 12:08 PM
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What happened to the peace pipe? Don't worry I still love you even if you're still going to be buying parts for those big ugly drives that will be hanging off the back of the boat.
Stop asking your co-workers for info!
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Stop asking your co-workers for info!
Isn't she working from home today?

Your boat will do will with boxed and Konrads
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Isn't she working from home today?

Your boat will do will with boxed and Konrads
No, she said you asked her with a little school girl laugh...

Konrad= $50 g's
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at a cost of $675.00 to fill my tank. I don't do much boating I do lots of floating

Exactly
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