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Old 07-25-2010, 09:42 AM
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Nope, the hooker will do what you paid her to do. No chance of a democrat doing that.
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Old 07-25-2010, 06:33 PM
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Don't you know how boat registrations work? Hell, I have to make sure to not leave my boat in Kentucky too long or they want me to pay them taxes on it. If he's docking it in RI, he has to register it there.
he just bought the boat its in RI for a aprox 6 mons then it can come to Nantucket mass where theres a lot of big blow boats and dock there tx free after 6mons. some of the best sailing is right out side the breakwater in nantucket OPEN OCEAN, in newport it takes about hour to get out in open water unless you just use the bay 1/2 hour for him. plus he has a hugh house in nantucket these people do not sleep in boats under 100ft. I have done work on a few 60 to 160footers sail and non sail so once the 6 mons has gone by it will be berth in nantucket next year and will spend time done south in the islands for winter so the crew and owner does not have to pay other taxes. I think if the boat is out of us waters for 4mons or 6 theres taxes that crew and excise tx maybe they can skip. which is good for a crew.
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Kerry's chief of staff stated that one reason that the yacht was in R.I. was for charter purposes.

Give me a break, no way is that yacht up for charter.
nope I worked in there house to in boston chater yeh right maybe one of her Companies will charter it for right off and never leave the dock. he helped raise our sales tax to last year.
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now that is a bad azz blow boat.....

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That varies depending on the state. If you a boat in Nebraska and USCG register it, it never has to be licensed or registered with the state or taxed.
Nebraska is nice. Kentucky doesn't care if it's USCG registered or not, if it's in their state for over six months, they want tax money on it!
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John Kerry is a douche just like 99% of all politicians
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John Kerry is a douche just like 99% of all politicians
AAAAAAAAAALL of 'em...Doesn't matter which party. They're all purely in it for themselves.
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The price would go up as soon as the gov. started to tax it. I would rather deal with a pimp then the Gov. any day of the week. At leaste the pimp is a man of his word.
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Don't you know how boat registrations work? Hell, I have to make sure to not leave my boat in Kentucky too long or they want me to pay them taxes on it. If he's docking it in RI, he has to register it there.
Yep - I do.
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Well he did not like the heat and now he is paying the taxes.
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