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Old 04-28-2004, 07:21 AM
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As for LPA2106 don't waste your time with his ineptitudes he has never once fest up to who he is or where he's from while going on diatribes that would make the "liar" dude from Saturday night live look like Mother Theresa plucking orphans from Love Canal while finding a cure for cancer. So take him as the minor annoyance that he is and give him the credence he deserves... none. [/B][/QUOTE]

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Stop Your KILLING ME How long did it take you to come up with that.......plucking orphans from the Love Canal.......fess up where did ya get that from

BTW One of the values of this board is keeping US all in touch with the realities of our hobby. Just having that in the back of your mind when your behind the wheel and the "juices" are flowing is a good thing. I don't think most of the operators involved in these accidents are as "in touch" as the "nit wits" of OSO.
 
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Old 04-28-2004, 08:47 AM
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I heard there were five or six automotive related fatalities in South Carolina today.

Anyone care to pontificate endlessly based on the above facts?

Fred your killing me, but so true
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Old 04-28-2004, 09:01 AM
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Are there really that many more accidents or is it just that we are hearing about every single one because of this board?
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We need to stop glorifying these accidents.
Exactly. Every accident gets posted, then gets analyzed by everyone with a 50mph boat.

Sticking to protocall, the insurance rants begin, and of course the ever popular gas price debate isn't far behind.

Deal with it.
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Old 04-28-2004, 09:02 AM
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I hope all involved are okay. Best wishes. Another terrible accident.

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Exactly. Every accident gets posted, then gets analyzed by everyone with a 50mph boat.

Sticking to protocall, the insurance rants begin, and of course the ever popular gas price debate isn't far behind.

Deal with it.
I posted this because of genuine concern for a fellow boater.....board member or not....it is only natural that people will debate as to the cause of the accident....and on a forum like this, hopefully some meaningful information will be brought to light that may help someone else avoid a similiar circumstance......unfortunately the monday morning quarterbacking is just part of it.....hindsight is always 20/20
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I heard there were five or six automotive related fatalities in South Carolina today.

Anyone care to pontificate endlessly based on the above facts?
Yeah.......

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I posted this because of genuine concern for a fellow boater.....board member or not....it is only natural that people will debate as to the cause of the accident....and on a forum like this, hopefully some meaningful information will be brought to light that may help someone else avoid a similiar circumstance......unfortunately the monday morning quarterbacking is just part of it.....hindsight is always 20/20
I know bro. Ricks our boy. Glad you have concern.
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He recently had purchased the boat. He went out yesterday with 3 other guys. One is in pretty bad shape and the others are fine.

It was rough and windy. The boat surprisingly is ok, besides it was upside down, lol. They pulled the motors, dash, and everything out of the boat last night.

It wasn't a barrel roll. It basically tipped over. He turned against a wave and it caught. The boat rolled over on its back.

Oh, and it's on video.
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Video?...


Glad to hear all will be okay.
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Thank god we got the so called facts, now everyone can stop talking about those dam steps
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