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Old 01-03-2007, 12:29 PM
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Gino,

When I first heard what I'm about to say, I thought it was nuts, but you might be the BEST example of his point..... You might consider checking into this.

My wife always says how difficult I am to buy for (xmas/bday etc..). So, as a joke, when I was having a difficult period at work she "bought" me a Feng Shui Master to come in and make my office etc....more soothing etc.... What the guy shared w/ us was that everyone has their good years, months, days, hours etc.... and it's all mathamatical surrounding your birth year. It's actually pretty interesting (to me).

It sounds like you had a bad personal year, bad vehicle year, bad boat year, bad jet ski year, bad gun year, bad watch year etc....

Now, here's the bad news ---- the Chinese year doesn't end til Feb 4th or 5th, I believe --- So, I'm staying clear until then..... Nothing personal (Wait, yes... it is completely personal!) haha...

Hang in there!
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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.
Like I said, I'm glad when things happen it's not serious....you just have some really bad luck!

Here's hoping 2007 is the end of the bad and the start of the good.
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If it has tits, tires or propellers, it's bound to give you trouble at some point!
otherwise said, "If it Flies, Fks or Floates ----- rent it..... it's cheaper!"
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Old 01-03-2007, 12:59 PM
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I hope nobody from the Sea Doo ramp was at this ramp. Try to be safe in O7. Best of luck.
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Gino,

Sorry to hear about another "incident"...but man do I love reading this stuff 'Ta he!! w/ anyone that wants to whine on here!
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I checked the post history, Either this is a very strange coincidence or I have a stalker. It seems the olny time
rhd3038 posts is when it's a thread regarding one of my incidences or if it's over a Lip Ship Cigarette. Strange huh!

http://www.offshoreonly.com/forums/s...earchid=951862
Maybe..... rhd3038 is NOT a stalker but the source of all your incidents! Maybe he jumped in the cab of the truck while you were in the boat and your friend was occupied.....maybe
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Maybe..... rhd3038 is NOT a stalker but the source of all your incidents! Maybe he jumped in the cab of the truck while you were in the boat and your friend was occupied.....maybe
OH MAN don't even go there We don't need a story about Lubejob gett'n busted for trying to snag this creep
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You are the man, Gino !....When i met you at Cumberland PR I couldnt get over how you took things "In stride"....Hang in there !!...It's got to get better..{I think}
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I checked the post history, Either this is a very strange coincidence or I have a stalker. It seems the olny time
rhd3038 posts is when it's a thread regarding one of my incidences or if it's over a Lip Ship Cigarette. Strange huh!

http://www.offshoreonly.com/forums/s...earchid=951862

You probably have an insurance investigator following you. I know I would have one following you if I insured you!
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Hi, Thank you. I was taking a break from OSO. The insurance thing really upset aggrevated me as well as a couple of nasty comment from "New" members.
Actually it wasn't a Ferrari! Here is is with it's new wheels and exhaust. I'm sure this will piss someone off.
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