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Old 01-03-2007, 09:45 AM
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Just another day of boating!
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ever consider hiring everything other than eating and sleeping done for you?
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Old 01-03-2007, 09:47 AM
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OH MAN! when is it going to stop for you??? Glad to hear it wasn't a total.
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Ditto Rippem! I can't believe your bad luck!!! And it's bad luck.

Nothing personal Gino, but for fear of my own life and hazards that you encounter (on a regular basis I might add), I would pass on the offer to ride in your boat....and I'd love to ride in your boat.

I just love life too much to take the risk with you! You just can't make this kind of stuff up.

Am glad you don't get seriously hurt when these things happen.
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Old 01-03-2007, 09:53 AM
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Damn Dude, It's a good thing you got alot of money Cause you ain't got sh*t for luck!
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Ouch!!!!!!!
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I feel for you Gino! Good luck in the New Year!!
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Damn Dude, It's a good thing you got alot of money Cause you ain't got sh*t for luck!
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Gino, don't let them get to you. I have very similar experiences (luck) with boats, cars, planes. Kinda if it can go wrong it will. Just buy 2 of everything so that you can still play when 1 is broken. You might as well spend it, cuz you won't be taking it with you.
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gino you need to sell your life story to hollywood, i'd pay 7 bucks to see this on tape
 
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Gino,

I must say you have a very positive look on all of the issues that seem to hit you. I know I would have a very hard time keeping a smile on my face when some of the events you have posted that have happened too you. Glad it wasn't anything serious. Have fun

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Ditto Rippem! I can't believe your bad luck!!! And it's bad luck.

Nothing personal Gino, but for fear of my own life and hazards that you encounter (on a regular basis I might add), I would pass on the offer to ride in your boat....and I'd love to ride in your boat.

I just love life too much to take the risk with you! You just can't make this kind of stuff up.

Am glad you don't get seriously hurt when these things happen.

First of all, 99% of my incidents happen on the way to the water or while putting the boat (or seadoo) into the water. This last incident happened on 12/31. This is a new year and my resolution is to cut down my incidents by 50% (Trying to keep it realistic). I look at it this way, yes there are a lot of incidents but... they are usually nothing a good paint and body guy can't handle. Thank goodness none of the things that happen are ever too serious. When I look at what Fred is going through, I realize how lucky I am and have been.
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