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Old 09-27-2006, 03:57 PM
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Its probably the only time he'll see any spray over the bow for the rest of the year.
I got salt spray on my sunglasses last Sunday around the hook....first time that happened all season...
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Old 09-27-2006, 04:01 PM
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Is that in the Outerlimits owners manual ?

Unfortunately,for belligerent piers,such as myself,alternative options such as a simulator are considerations.

Nah OL drivers write the books everbody else studies from.
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Old 09-27-2006, 04:24 PM
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You want a boat simulator. Go outside get in your boat on the trailer and make vroom vroom nioses while your wife squirts you with the hose.
I'm not married so thats out of the question. besides, I'm 22 and in college and unfortuently can only wish for a boat at this point. Although with the money I'm spending on school I could buy the cig I want, thanks for the idea. I'll be homeless and not able to buy gas but I'll have the boat
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Old 09-27-2006, 06:40 PM
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You want a boat simulator. Go outside get in your boat on the trailer and make vroom vroom nioses while your wife squirts you with the hose.
Now thats funny !
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I'm not married so thats out of the question. besides, I'm 22 and in college and unfortuently can only wish for a boat at this point. Although with the money I'm spending on school I could buy the cig I want, thanks for the idea. I'll be homeless and not able to buy gas but I'll have the boat

STAY IN SCHOOL........THAT IS COOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I'm not married so thats out of the question. besides, I'm 22 and in college and unfortuently can only wish for a boat at this point. Although with the money I'm spending on school I could buy the cig I want, thanks for the idea. I'll be homeless and not able to buy gas but I'll have the boat
Good for you! Stay in school, get a job, then you can buy anything you want!!!!
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