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Old 04-29-2008, 04:57 PM
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What happened to the pic of the Harbor Inn?
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Old 04-29-2008, 05:41 PM
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I still have it - just wanted to try something different for a while. Was out there last Friday night. Had a blast.
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Old 04-29-2008, 06:47 PM
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courtesy of MarylandMark



Looks like our friend is a member of a business network. You think his little business network wants to be involved with a crook?

http://www.marinashores.com/contact.html

Norfolk Marine Sales
http://www.norfolkmarine.com/contact.html
877-490-5806
757-481-9455

Intercoastal Canvas
757-450-4937 or 757-784-2915

Surfrider Poolside Bar & Grill
http://www.surfridergroup.com/
757-481-5646

Herb Gordon “The Weekend Fisherman”
http://www.theweekendfisherman.tv/captain.html
http://www.charterfishingvirginiabeach.com/
757-464-3974
757-236-hook (4665) cell
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Jungle Jim Boat Charters
2109 W Great Neck Rd # 100
Virginia Beach VA 23451
(757) 481-7517
757-460-2683
http://junglejimcharters.com/

Offshore Performance
http://www.offshoreboatsale.com/
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757-481-1270

J&B Rods
757-496-2206

South Shore Yacht Sales
Toll-free 866-366-6567
Tel 757-226-8103
Fax 757-226-8105
Cell: 757-241-1445
email

Bay Island Yacht Sales
Toll-free 866-367-0001
Tel (757) 412-4777
Fax (757) 412-4015
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Virginia Beach Boats
757-962-8710

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I have emailed all of them and let them know what a fine member of their community the douchenbag lying C0CKB!tch is...
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Dustin is one of the most honest people I know. That's really jacked up that someone that sells boats for a living would try to get away with something like that. Guess it goes to show you cant trust anyone, you cant just take someones word to heart. If someone tells you something is turn key, you should be able to turn the key and it start, not turn the key and just hear a "clunk" . Karma is a b**ch. It will come back to him.
I could not have said it better. Dustin is old school honest. When he tells you something, he stands behind it. Hang in there Dustin, he'll get what he deserves.
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Sounds like he is married with a husband...We will hit the fishing websites next...
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I talked to stacy yesterday and he thinks its all as funny as all you guys do. Has anybody here stopped to ask the new owner how little he paid for a 94 top gun. Also has anybody asked why someone would pay 50K for a boat and never bother to even make sure the engine would start. Stacy told the new owner that the engine was running when it ran back in to the dock after the one motor blew up and it did. It had not been run since. There was no intentional deception, and I know this first hand because I was going to by the boat two months ago and he told me the same story. Seems that it should have had compression checked, I was going to if I bought it. Then again for what it went for, I wouldent have expected it to run. I dont have a dime in any of this but seems you guys jump on this with only one side of the story.
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I talked to stacy yesterday and he thinks its all as funny as all you guys do. Has anybody here stopped to ask the new owner how little he paid for a 94 top gun. Also has anybody asked why someone would pay 50K for a boat and never bother to even make sure the engine would start. Stacy told the new owner that the engine was running when it ran back in to the dock after the one motor blew up and it did. It had not been run since. There was no intentional deception, and I know this first hand because I was going to by the boat two months ago and he told me the same story. Seems that it should have had compression checked, I was going to if I bought it. Then again for what it went for, I wouldent have expected it to run. I dont have a dime in any of this but seems you guys jump on this with only one side of the story.
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Hey Allen
Stacy lied. Stacy hired the surveyor. Stacy is well known as a thief and a lier in his hometown. Do you really think that a pink topgun with 2 blown engines is a good deal for 50k in todays market? Do you know that he was asking 50k for it for quite a while with no takers? It seems to me that you are talking out of your ass for no reason. The judge will decide staceys outcome on this.
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I talked to stacy yesterday and he thinks its all as funny as all you guys do. Has anybody here stopped to ask the new owner how little he paid for a 94 top gun. Also has anybody asked why someone would pay 50K for a boat and never bother to even make sure the engine would start. Stacy told the new owner that the engine was running when it ran back in to the dock after the one motor blew up and it did. It had not been run since. There was no intentional deception, and I know this first hand because I was going to by the boat two months ago and he told me the same story. Seems that it should have had compression checked, I was going to if I bought it. Then again for what it went for, I wouldent have expected it to run. I dont have a dime in any of this but seems you guys jump on this with only one side of the story.
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Him laughing is a little upsetting. Even if he was to come out on top and be right, I wouldn't be sleepin so sound when OSO has it's sights on you, dig? I'm actually doing some research on the whole thing because I can look at it from both sides. Trust me. This isnt my fight at all, but the "laughing with us" comment isn't accurate. I don't think anyone here is laughing at the situation. We may be laughing at the fact that we resort to 4th grade tactics to get someones attention, but thats where it ends.
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Stacy should swing by Officemax on his way in tomorrow morning. He's low on toner.

FAXMOMB, motherfuc&er.
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