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Old 07-01-2007, 09:58 PM
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The Russians probably have a uboat off the coast this weekend.
aaaahhhh, the old pretending to be wwII germans,thats the last thing the gov. would expect from those pesky russkies
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Old 07-01-2007, 10:53 PM
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be hard to sneal up on him with all the SS boats..but heres what you do, first you need a REALLY canopy fast boat, then fill the gas tank full, fill the water tank, any ballast tanks, fill the cooler, replace the v birth pad with a waterbed mattress, you need lots of weight, now get it really moving..say 185-190..hit the biggest wave you can find with the tabs all the way up..now as your bow is going straight up, trim all the drives and tabs all the way in, so when you trip you stuff HARD..now as your head for the bottom bungee the sticks all the way open and hold your breath because you need to travel about 5 miles before surfacing..dont worry..doing 180 mph it wont take long..as soon as you come to the surface, pop out of the canopy like a jack in the box, aim the spud gun at him and holler "fire in the hole!!!" as for what happens next..your on your own...
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be hard to sneal up on him with all the SS boats..but heres what you do, first you need a REALLY canopy fast boat, then fill the gas tank full, fill the water tank, any ballast tanks, fill the cooler, replace the v birth pad with a waterbed mattress, you need lots of weight, now get it really moving..say 185-190..hit the biggest wave you can find with the tabs all the way up..now as your bow is going straight up, trim all the drives and tabs all the way in, so when you trip you stuff HARD..now as your head for the bottom bungee the sticks all the way open and hold your breath because you need to travel about 5 miles before surfacing..dont worry..doing 180 mph it wont take long..as soon as you come to the surface, pop out of the canopy like a jack in the box, aim the spud gun at him and holler "fire in the hole!!!" as for what happens next..your on your own...

Only one problem....I dont own a bungee cord!
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Old 07-02-2007, 12:18 PM
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I'm surprised Putin wasn't required to put on a gold chain
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Here is Bush Sr. doing a little bumping and grinding while docking:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ntMluaKA_c
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Old 07-02-2007, 01:41 PM
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Lots of BUSH on the water this weekend!!



Ohhh... you mean GW... sorry...
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Old 07-02-2007, 03:20 PM
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Now thats one way to dock a boat.
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they have to have a lot not just 5 or so boats but like 25+ around him at all times. How they heck to they work that out going down the intracoastal with so many boaters out useing the waterways.
Sounds expensive.
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That's what I was thinking, how much do you think it cost us tax payers for him to catch a fish?
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