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Old 07-11-2008, 03:40 PM
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these apache guys are to sensitive.
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Old 07-11-2008, 03:43 PM
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Mine is slow cause its laid up thick. You can walk,stomp and kick the hell out of everything on the boat and never hear a crackle or pop, except maybe if you break a bone while kicking or stomping.
It rides good though. Its also paid for.
We'll keep the slow Apache even though they must really suck to get so much bad publicity.
You always hear about them running so slow in big water and I think T2X photoshopped that Warpath video from the 80s . No way an Apache could run like that. That was a Faja or one of those other boats built by the bowling ball company.
I'm the moron in the slow boat.
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if this thread turns into a real fight, its all cashbars fault..... he told me to do it....
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[QUOTE=JnT;2620204...That was a Faja or one of those other boats built by the bowling ball company.
I'm the moron in the slow boat.
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You would think the bowling ball company would be making the heavier boat
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Old 07-11-2008, 03:51 PM
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You would think the bowling ball company would be making the heavier boat
How true! Could it be that they are using bowling balls for ammo in the Cat Killer?
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This has gotta be out of boredom......
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Old 07-11-2008, 04:28 PM
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god your easy......
I'm not upset. I'd just like to set the record straight. Everyone says their slow, but I've never seen the facts presented. Pound for Pound is an apache any slower than any other non stepped deep vee? It would be a lot more interesting than reading your BS all day.
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I'm not upset. I'd just like to set the record straight. Everyone says their slow, but I've never seen the facts presented. Pound for Pound is an apache any slower than any other non stepped deep vee? It would be a lot more interesting than reading your BS all day.
this is just to lighten things up you putz....

record stright is that you suck, have no sense of humor.. dont want to read my thread piss off...

i have alwasy kept my mouth shut about you, dont make it so you're my next victim... ill make you cry punk, ill make it sting real bad... go back to your bit ching on your other threads, stay away boy, just stay away...

why is you piss everyone off, are you just an ass hole holf the time or is it all of the time?????
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I'm not upset. I'd just like to set the record straight. Everyone says their slow, but I've never seen the facts presented. Pound for Pound is an apache any slower than any other non stepped deep vee? It would be a lot more interesting than reading your BS all day.
you own a 28ft apache.... talk to us when you man up to a 30 fter at least.....

then well let you talk with us adults.....

well let you sit at the big table...
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