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Old 10-15-2011, 12:08 AM
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sad thing is it will no doubt end up here in the us,just like all the rest of the chinese junk.its time for america to wake up,make our own products,and let the chinese keep there crap.
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sad thing is it will no doubt end up here in the us,just like all the rest of the chinese junk.its time for america to wake up,make our own products,and let the chinese keep there crap.
But can we afford to buy the product that were not made in China ?
And still have money left to buy gas for our boats ?
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a chinese boat that doesn't float... sign me up.
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I think I'd want just at touch more freeboard on mine.....

Don't let that joke fool you though. They're also getting it right from time to time...

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Old 10-15-2011, 09:49 AM
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Looks more like a houthboat.
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sad thing is it will no doubt end up here in the us,just like all the rest of the chinese junk.its time for america to wake up,make our own products,and let the chinese keep there crap.
You couldn't be more right!! We're selling our country and our future down the river buying all these foreign products. Soon, we won't manufacture anything here.
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they got the house part right. just need to work on the boat half.
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You couldn't be more right!! We're selling our country and our future down the river buying all these foreign products. Soon, we won't manufacture anything here.
I'm sory, but I would never buy that pice of (rap. Even if it did float.
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They sunk it,low freeboard and pushing it in at that angle,No way.
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