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Old 13 April 2003, 19:41   #151
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But one thing Lads I will state - some of you need to take lesssons on how to drive boats! and stop living off ya ego's blaming the vessel!

Where did that come from. Are you reading the same thread as me?

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Old 13 April 2003, 19:51   #152
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Dear Fi Please remind me if I ever own a Rib building company which is doughtfull, Dont let me ever put you in charge of Sales.

It was great meeting up today though.

Nite Nite Im Cream Crackered
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Old 14 April 2003, 18:30   #153
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I'm crap at sales C.H, would love someone to teach me! he he!!

Anyway, dont take me seriously lads! Dont want to upset ya and chuck ya toys out of ya prams! I mean no harm just an observation in costings of a Rib company I used to work for! and facts I know are true.

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Old 14 April 2003, 19:04   #154
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"But one thing Lads I will state - some of you need to take lesssons on how to drive boats! and stop living off ya ego's blaming the vessel!"

Fi, for a moment you made Splodge sound almost Innocent, but apology accepted.

Now if you want to improve our boat handling may I suggest you offer a 50% discount on 8 and 9 m ribs to members of this forum. I am sure that would go down well, your sales would improve and we could all learn how to use big ones, which you seem to prefer.

Any chance of a pic of your bits ? 'A' frame dear, 'A' frame, I am still curious what a 1k piece of S/S looks like,
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the people I will expose (with invoices, receipts, quality statements and quality inspection results etc etc) in the next few days!! Just watch this space..
- Ok Manos, I've been watching this space for a few days, what's going on?
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Pete 7 - Unfortunately would love to give you 50% off to see you with a larger one!!!! but unfortunately I am no longer in the Rib business, handed my half of the business over to a man who has a large one - quality, size and performance!! That is a SR9 of course! wait and see his new ones that will be launched over the next year! Now I'm just a keen supporter of Ribs!! and still like a good ride if I can get one!

Please take my sense of humour in the right way not meant to offend - you lot are so touchy sometimes!! he he!!

Oh forgot to say if ya want to see me bits - go onto sportrib.com - some of the SR9 models, all A frames custom made, and the new radar arches - fantastic workmanship - all crafted out of aluminium and then powder coated white - fibreglass arches just couldn't stand the pace and cracked!!
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Fi I wholy welcome you with open arms as supporter of ribs taking an interest as I am sure you would agree,they are the best all round boats you can get.

We all know each other on here and have a healthy attitude of questioning each other views on different subjects.So please there is no need to appologise to any of us.Your realy welcome and even if your a little Crazy then you will be right at home with all us lot.

WELCOME MRS PASCOE AND I TAKE MY HAT OFF TO YOUR GUTSY ATTITUDE AND WELCOME YOU TO RIB NET
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Love u too CH!!! not so much of the Mrs Pascoe please - sounds like I'm still involved with the company and on a advertising campaign! and I'm not!!! no connection any more - just believe in the product! and love high performance.

Ya making me sound like i'm in a zimmer frame, well maybe I need one when i've had a few drinks. Crazy - yes 100% must be to love RIbs and not gin palaces!!

Must state that I think Ribnet and Boatmad are wonderful tools to meet people from all over the country to discuss boating - Plus making new friends with the same interest - found that out last weekend! Crazy horse does like his boat talk nearly as much as John Fuller and Mark Pascoe! 100% to both sites - well done!
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Fi you will know a better boat after 6 months on here and boatmad For sure Fi.

Im up for the Grind again, so I have to wish you all nity nite.
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[Bfor a moment you made Splodge sound almost Innocent, but apology accepted.[/B]
Splodge was innocent, litterally, he was also smudge
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