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Old 06-30-2008, 03:37 PM
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JC could build a row boat that would spank your junk...

BTW, if you'd like to make a trip down south I would love to introduce you a 22' Velocity that can spank your 87mph junk....
I was wondering when a 22 Velocity would come into the mix...Mr. Stepp has a few runs with small block over a 100 I believe???
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Old 06-30-2008, 04:06 PM
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I was out front Frank running in the 80s hitting best of 93 and my boat handles rough water great you can ask Vnemous he was in the boat and he will tell you. I also had 2 other people with us
What is delusional disorder?
Delusional disorder, previously known as paranoid disorder, is a type of serious mental illness—called a “psychosis” – in which a person cannot tell what is real from what is imagined. The main feature of this disorder is the presence of delusions, which are unshakable beliefs in something that is untrue. People with delusional disorder experience non-bizarre delusions, which involve situations that could occur in real life, such as being followed, poisoned, deceived, conspired against, or loved from a distance. These delusions usually involve the misinterpretation of perceptions or experiences. In reality, however, the situations are either not true at all or highly exaggerated.

People with delusional disorder often can continue to socialize and function quite normally, apart from the subject of their delusion, and generally do not behave in an obviously odd or bizarre manner. This is unlike people with other psychotic disorders, who also might have delusions as a symptom of their disorder. In some cases, however, people with delusional disorder might become so preoccupied with their delusions that their lives are disrupted.

Although delusions might be a symptom of more common disorders, such as schizophrenia, delusional disorder itself is rather rare. Delusional disorder most often occurs in middle to late life and is slightly more common in women than in men.

Types of delusional disorder
There are different types of delusional disorder based on the main theme of the delusions experienced. The types of delusional disorder include:

Erotomanic — Someone with this type of delusional disorder believes that another person, often someone important or famous, is in love with him or her. The person might attempt to contact the object of the delusion, and stalking behavior is not uncommon.

Grandiose — A person with this type of delusional disorder has an over-inflated sense of worth, power, knowledge, or identity. The person might believe he or she has a great talent or has made an important discovery.

Jealous — A person with this type of delusional disorder believes that his or her spouse or sexual partner is unfaithful.

Persecutory — People with this type of delusional disorder believe that they (or someone close to them) are being mistreated, or that someone is spying on them or planning to harm them. It is not uncommon for people with this type of delusional disorder to make repeated complains to legal authorities.

Somatic — A person with this type of delusional disorder believes that he or she has a physical defect or medical problem.

Mixed — People with this type of delusional disorder have two or more of the types of delusions listed above.

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Old 06-30-2008, 04:19 PM
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I saw this tool out there during the run trying to validate his existence. I was the lead pace boat and made sure that I kept the whole inshore group to the self-imposed 80MPH speed limit. He passed us at about 87.1MPH and thought he was racing. I was doing a comfortable 80MPH at about 3700 RPMs while the rest of my crew was laughing at the little boy thinking he was playing with the big boys.

His video is shot from so far away because he couldn't get any closer and stay upright. We saw more of the bottom of his boat than the top of it which is quite sad for a mere 87.1MPH.
Mike, your depiction of the event reminds me of the countless times in a poker run or even during a pleasure ride when the annoying jet ski pulls up next to you and takes off to only hear the screeching of his weedeater motor grabbing constant air. Once again, the boat put up a good number, but one should keep his comments to a minimum when you have nothing good or honest to say. As did many others, I witnessed the 24 foot Baja do 109 MPH I believe it was in the LOTO shootout and it was a site to see. I would strongly doubt that you would find that guy claiming it did 125 mph when he got back to the dock!!!!! Keep it real or keep it real quiet!!!
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Old 06-30-2008, 04:20 PM
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I saw this tool out there during the run trying to validate his existence. I was the lead pace boat and made sure that I kept the whole inshore group to the self-imposed 80MPH speed limit. He passed us at about 87.1MPH and thought he was racing. I was doing a comfortable 80MPH at about 3700 RPMs while the rest of my crew was laughing at the little boy thinking he was playing with the big boys.

His video is shot from so far away because he couldn't get any closer and stay upright. We saw more of the bottom of his boat than the top of it which is quite sad for a mere 87.1MPH.

MIke, Much like I stated earlier:

Hey Triple digits -I fully support your position - keep it up. This is so entertaining it has brought me out of retirement just to response to all this nonsense. I saw you out there, I was one of the paceboats for the inside group. I was duly impressed with the way your boat ran - but - when I was a kid I did had a flat bottom row boat with a mercury outboard on it that would have given you a run for your money. Honestly guys, I'm sorry, but we were under orders to keep everybody together otherwise I would have dusted him off as would have every other boat in our group. Wait, I didn't start off to get nasty. REMEMBER, AS NJPPC MEMBERS, we, as an organization go all out to entertain those with Special Needs. By the way, since you ( Triple Digits ) are a dreamer, I personally would like to extend an invitation to an absolutely great event called SHORE DREAMS FOR KIDS where you will find far too many folks to mix with. There you will be able to get a free boat ride on a real performance boat, go on bouncy rides on shore and we'll even feed you a hot dog and hamburger. Your every dream come true. I take that back, your not invited. To do so would be an insult to those great folks that attend Shore Dream for Kids. Dreams and fantasies are what your world is made of, but the real world is out there should you care to step up to the plate this or any other weekend. Regards, and thanks again for all the entertainment
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Mike, your depiction of the event reminds me of the countless times in a poker run or even during a pleasure ride when the annoying jet ski pulls up next to you and takes off to only hear the screeching of his weedeater motor grabbing constant air. Once again, the boat put up a good number, but one should keep his comments to a minimum when you have nothing good or honest to say. As did many others, I witnessed the 24 foot Baja do 109 MPH I believe it was in the LOTO shootout and it was a site to see. I would strongly doubt that you would find that guy claiming it did 125 mph when he got back to the dock!!!!! Keep it real or keep it real quiet!!!
I would like to have seen Double Digits run in the Shootout at the 21MM and negotiate some of those rogue rollers at 80 + MPH. He claims his boat handles rough water no problem. Uh huh...
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Old 06-30-2008, 06:40 PM
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I was wondering when a 22 Velocity would come into the mix...Mr. Stepp has a few runs with small block over a 100 I believe???
But not with an Alpha!!! If I would step off of my wallet so I could post pics I would show you pics of one of them. He ran 434 "Hercules" motors in them. And that was back in the early 90's!!!!
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But not with an Alpha!!!
Who gives a $hit how it gets done. This isn't science class. If you really want to jerk yourself off trying to make an Alpha go fast, go ahead- no one cares.

You know, I could probably develop enough callouses on my forehead that I could drive 16d nails into 2x4's. Or I could spend $11 and by a Stanley claw hammer. Both provide the same result, one is considerably more practical. Judging by how hard you keep clinging to your fascination with the Magic Alpha, I'm not sure which one you would think is the practical one.
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TD's been busy. After he left the "race" Sunday (lol) he ran into this chick and tried to sweet talk her. It was just as smooth as his intro here.

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