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Old 22 March 2003, 15:10   #1
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Oh Mr Lemmer, what have you done

Popped into Drivers Wharf today, (the new Merlin Boat Pk) and took alook at the damage inflicted on the Techno Rib by dear old Mr Lemmer.

I hope for your bank managers sake you didn't agree a "bend it and you've bought it" arrangement when you borrowed it for your jolly.

I must remember not to lend you my car!
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Old 22 March 2003, 16:44   #2
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Gone on then Dirk spill the beans
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Old 22 March 2003, 17:08   #3
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Come on Digi, has he twanged it?
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Old 22 March 2003, 17:44   #4
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DISASTER day at launch

Talking of prangs, here's a story I've been expecting to read on YBW for some time. It's been worth the wait. Poor fellow, do miss him...

http://www.ybw.com/cgi-bin/forums/sh...b=5&o=93&part=


Crazyhorse, Manos, I thought you were supposed to be giving him a helping hand?
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Pepper,That has to be one of the funniest posts I have ever read.

We are going over next weekend for the Dinner dance and taking the boat out for a spin with Flanker attached to it I hope.

I have to say I am rely looking forward to it even more now.

This is boating for you and Flanker will I am sure get used to it and all its idiosynchrosies as thats what its like when you start off.

Thanks for bringing a big smile to my face tonight Pepper/Flanker

PS Flanker has to be the First person to put the covers on his boat whilst inside it. LOL

Whata weekend were going to have
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Pepper I am still loughing , although poor Flanker seems to have had a handfull that day. But isn't this what boats are for?? to have 'fun'??
It must have been the jet lag!! LOLOL
Flanker should have got the message by now and changed his boat to a RIB LOLOL!!!!
CH do you still want to go there next weekend?? LOLOL Just kidding
I bet it will be GREAT FUN and we shouldn't miss it for the WORLD!! Hopefully the weather will be nice and we will not lose our way, brake any car doors or smash his boat or even worst sink it!! LOLOL
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Re: Oh Mr Lemmer, what have you done

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damage inflicted on the Techno Rib by dear old Mr Lemmer.

I really wish you would not cast aspersions on situations and people you really have no idea about!
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Re: Re: Oh Mr Lemmer, what have you done

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I really wish you would not cast aspersions on situations and people you really have no idea about!
Chaz, didn't mean to upset you, it's just that the general opinion seems to be that an owner can drive his or her boat as hard as they like, but when you borrow someone elses you should treat it with a bit of respect.

Other than that, if you don't like my posts, the simple solution would be to not read them.
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Oy Digi my new sibs bigger than yours.
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Crazy horses is six inches longer

Size isn't everything, unless we are talking ego's.

Any way, I imagine that being a rather rotund chap, you need a bigger one than me.

PS, I don't suppose you know where to buy a rudder for a Techno 40 do you? or how about someone who is good at welding ally!
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