View Poll Results: Who will rule Lake Champlain?
GLH - 42 Tiger
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drypipetiger - 42 Tiger
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Old 03-23-2006, 10:47 PM
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Who will be the Tiger and who will be the Kitty this Summer?
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Good question.... neither and both
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Are those boats big enough to run in that pond?
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Not from the posts I saw in the prop thread!
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i think they both need these
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im pulling for neil... i dont think neil would stand for the plunger in the face trick... he at least commands some self respect, unlike the other one named...

drypipetiger or pooponthestickplunger......
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...he at least commands some self respect, unlike the other one named...
Sailor,
I don't think anybody that drives a Ford, misses Key West and has a Cig that as not seen water since the Crusades should talk about commanding respect.

And to clear up my reference due to your physical, vessel and mental midgetry...
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Main Entry: crusades
Pronunciation: krü-'sAd
Function: noun
Etymology: blend of Middle French croisade & Spanish cruzada; both ultimately from Latin cruc-, crux cross
1 capitalized : any of the military expeditions undertaken by Christian powers in the 11th, 12th, and 13th centuries to win the Holy Land from the Muslims
Now get your shoe shine box, go do whatever you do and let the big boys play before you get your pinkie hurt and have to use Tres to fix it.

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