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Old 09 April 2003, 08:02   #1
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Old 09 April 2003, 12:19   #2
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Is it a RIB or a RIA (Rigid Inflatable Aircraft)?

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Old 09 April 2003, 17:56   #3
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Why do these boats jump so high when there is almost no waves? Can you drive? I bet it goes faster with the prop IN the water.

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Old 09 April 2003, 19:11   #4
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i am new at this driving boats at speed thing ,but i would be very keen on you teaching me all about it please tell me how i can inprove,


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Store the beer in the bow locker.

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But doesn't that have the side effect of making you steer a wobbly course?
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Yeah and you can't reach a fresh can from the helm seat!

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ah, phantom evo... hmmm... i do believe that you are Neil.... Neil Holmes, i detect a hint of sarcasm in your replies for you are an extremely experienced rib racer! This is not cricket
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yes i would love to race a rib, as yet tho i have not,it sounds like fun,maybe if i practice hard enough i could get the hang of it ,with the advice from jw and a lot of hard work,who knows i may even win some thing one day? mmm but they do go fast tho too fast 4 me ?
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