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Old 04-08-2011, 12:46 AM
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With thanks to gracious host, Anthony Sauta, http://features.boats.com/boat-conte...till-a-thrill/.
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"But what blew me even more was the guy—OK, the freakin’ kid—named Mike Fiore, who built it"

Typo I hope Matt.......good article though.........lol.....sorry I had to say it........
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Typo I hope Matt.......good article though.........lol.....sorry I had to say it........
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Thanks for the write up Matt. The 39 is a hot item right now on the used market. Lots of people want them but no one wants to give theirs up!
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My English teacher always said that proofreading was a very important thing!!!
I missed it. That you'd would expect, as proofing your own work is tough because you read right over things.

But the other three editors who read it? I'd fire those guys ... except I work for them.

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The boat is awesome, but Anthony is even better. Great guy.
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"But what blew me even more was the guy—OK, the freakin’ kid—named Mike Fiore, who built it"

Typo I hope Matt.......good article though.........lol.....sorry I had to say it........
Corrected. As if it never happened. Gotta love the Internet. If that were in print, I'd have to live with it ... forever.

And C Spray is right. Anthony Sauta is one greatest guys you'll meet in performance boating.
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Corrected. As if it never happened. Gotta love the Internet. If that were in print, I'd have to live with it ... forever.

And C Spray is right. Anthony Sauta is one greatest guys you'll meet in performance boating.
Lol......so in my attempt at busting your chops I actually saved you.....I guess that's my good deed for the day......lol......keep up the good work Matt, I always enjoy your articles.......
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Lol......so in my attempt at busting your chops I actually saved you.....I guess that's my good deed for the day......lol......keep up the good work Matt, I always enjoy your articles.......
Saved me? Huh? It never happened. Just look at the article.

Saved me big time, Johnny. Between Sauta and Fiore, I'd have never lived down that one.

Thank you. Have a great weekend.
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