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Old 04-29-2004, 06:38 PM
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...no I am in the great State of Michigan my friend
I really wish you would have kept this to yourself! NK
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In that case... I am going to hang out on a few commercial pilot forums so I can tell them how bad they phucked up when a jetliner crashes.

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There's that buggy whip again!!!
How so? Just the facts, maam.
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Old 04-29-2004, 10:14 PM
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I see I'm not the only one that has noticed this.

. Yea Candyman's boat rolled must have been from eating too much candy which caused improper balance!

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anyone ever think that a driver put himsef in the position he gets in...think about it.


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Was he trying to be macho?
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Old 04-30-2004, 10:32 AM
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I disagree completely with you on this one Havasu Cig. I would not call it a "pretty strong blanket statement" at all.
Arrogant and irresponsible would be the words I would use.

I'll give you "arrogant" ...... I disagree with "irresponsible".


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anyone ever think that a driver put himsef in the position he gets in...think about it.


oh yeah, T2x wins all arguments....house rules
In the end there are no "winners" when lives are at stake...... Hopefully these threads make even the most defiant defender of his or her boat of choice sit back and take notice that death lasts a very long time...... regardless of how much you spent, who you "beat" in a debate on a website, or what some famous boat building genius "taught" you......

In performance boating...... question everything... discard statements made in ads and brochures... select your boat(s) wisely......and drive them very carefully.

There is a LOT of badly engineered and designed stuff out there..........

and a lot of people unqualified to handle even the good equipment.

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In the end there are no "winners" when lives are at stake...... Hopefully these threads make even the most defiant defender of his or her boat of choice sit back and take notice that death lasts a very long time...... regardless of how much you spent, who you "beat" in a debate on a website, or what some famous boat building genius "taught" you......

In performance boating...... question everything... discard statements made in ads and brochures... select your boat(s) wisely......and drive them very carefully.

There is a LOT of badly engineered and designed stuff out there..........

and a lot of people unqualified to handle even the good equipment.

Caveat Emptor

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