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    Another video of the same boat..

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    Something just aint right.

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    With enough motor I could drive my garage that fast

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    Quote Originally Posted by AWDGSX View Post
    embarrassing totally moving slowly away ..... to each his own but......................... not my cup of tea at all
    Last edited by mdsheppie; 05-24-2013 at 05:02 PM.

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    That my friends is how you roll. Serving drinks at 100 mph. If you don't like that your a fucking homo or a democrat or Ken. Or all three.

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    100+ with passengers and nobody wears a life jacket? I hope that isn't how you roll.

    While my family boat won't go anywhere near that fast, we always roll with safety gear.
    So many projects, so little time

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    Quote Originally Posted by snoc653 View Post
    100+ with passengers and nobody wears a life jacket? I hope that isn't how you roll.

    While my family boat won't go anywhere near that fast, we always roll with safety gear.
    Go the fuck back to the PR forum with your blithering dribble. We are trying to have fun here.

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    Hey Lynn, Can you watch your language a little better. We do have children that like to follow our activities and they don't need to be reading some of the trashy words you insist on using. Please clean it up. Thanks. Chet and the rest of our folks!!!
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    I know who not to look forward to meeting when we head up to visit my SIL this summer. But for family boating we still put safety first regardless of where we are boating.
    So many projects, so little time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildfire View Post
    Hey Lynn, Can you watch your language a little better. We do have children that like to follow our activities and they don't need to be reading some of the trashy words you insist on using. Please clean it up. Thanks. Chet and the rest of our folks!!!
    No, and Sorry man.

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    He won't answer my post in the Wamplers thread when I called his bluff, but he noticed the stray F-word in the pontoon thread. LOL.

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