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Old 26 April 2011, 14:42   #31
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Hmmm .your trying to be funny now ???
Not really. Just pointing out that I respond to your wild allegations with a calm and rational post (reread my first post in this thread if you want) and you swear at me and tell me to f'off.

And yet you're complaining about the skipper doing the same to you.

Oh the bittersweet taste of irony.

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Old 26 April 2011, 15:10   #32
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Oh the bittersweet taste of irony.

Janos
Funny again..... I get it .......

Oh and I have never made it to another forum .. I'm quite pleased with myself.
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Old 26 April 2011, 19:14   #33
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Old 27 April 2011, 04:27   #34
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well i've read all the posts here and on the other site, gods knows i can be grumpy, but never when i'm with chartering guest.
i'm a diver and have been for 30 years, i've had two dive schools attached to a dive shop that i owned, i'm a commercial skipper and have been doing that even longer, so i think i'm suited to post on this one, so here goes.

i'm not on anyones side, if the ribber had a point of view he's should be able to give it without being threatened, if the dive boat skipper was that good and liked dolphins as said, why didn't he explain what he was doing instead of wanting to thump the ribber, i can see why the ribber got upset

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