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Old 10 January 2006, 04:32   #11
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Is this Magnum guy for real?!
Dunno, who cares?

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Firstly, who describes themselves as a Yuppie? For crying out load!!
Where? Or have I misread the post?

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And then proceeds to rattle on about how wealthy he thinks he is.
Where? Or have I misread the post?

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This is a Rib site!
yep, but it doesn't stop others posting about what penis extension they are driving, or how much they spent on this, that, and the gold plated other..

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We don't really care which RR your missus drives,
Actually, he is letting everyone know what towing vehicle he is gonna use.. Be pretty pointless him buying a 7.5m rib based on advice, then posting saying he can't tow it behind his 205..

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how many boats you own
Again, Magnum is letting people know he has had experience of boating, so it saves the usual, "are you sure you want to buy something that big straight away," posts..

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or that you intend to drag it to the Cote D'zur.
Thats the South of France, plenty of peeps on this forum nip over to France, so why should Magnum be any different?

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Apart from that, welcome Magnum
yeah, welcome to the forum Magnum, not every one is a nobba here, but some cannot help it..
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Old 10 January 2006, 04:47   #12
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Is this Magnum guy for real?! Firstly, who describes themselves as a Yuppie? For crying out load!! And then proceeds to rattle on about how wealthy he thinks he is. This is a Rib site! We don't really care which RR your missus drives, how many boats you own or that you intend to drag it to the Cote D'zur. Apart from that, welcome Magnum
I 'know' Magnum from another site, where he asked the same question & it was suggested he ask the more knowledgeable folk here.

He keeps his 'main' boat in Spain, where incidentially he has just been fined 6,000 for shaking a couple of Spanish Marine coppers up with the wake from his Princess P67
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Old 10 January 2006, 06:27   #13
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Dunno, who cares?


Where? Or have I misread the post?


Where? Or have I misread the post?


yep, but it doesn't stop others posting about what penis extension they are driving, or how much they spent on this, that, and the gold plated other..


Actually, he is letting everyone know what towing vehicle he is gonna use.. Be pretty pointless him buying a 7.5m rib based on advice, then posting saying he can't tow it behind his 205..


Again, Magnum is letting people know he has had experience of boating, so it saves the usual, "are you sure you want to buy something that big straight away," posts..


Thats the South of France, plenty of peeps on this forum nip over to France, so why should Magnum be any different?


yeah, welcome to the forum Magnum, not every one is a nobba here, but some cannot help it..
Having money is fine, well done to anyone whom has been successful enough to acquire lots of it. "Rolex jangling" is crap. He could have easily explained his requirements without slipping in the "I'm well off" additions. I'm neither left-wing or skint, I just think that trying to show off one's wealth is a little sad and has become a bit of disease in this country. The truly wealthy would in no way advertise the fact. If I'm considered a "Nobba" for this fine, bearing in mind, you don't know me from Adam!!
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Having money is fine, well done to anyone whom has been successful enough to acquire lots of it. "Rolex jangling" is crap. He could have easily explained his requirements without slipping in the "I'm well off" additions. I'm neither left-wing or skint, I just think that trying to show off one's wealth is a little sad and has become a bit of disease in this country. The truly wealthy would in no way advertise the fact. If I'm considered a "Nobba" for this fine, bearing in mind, you don't know me from Adam!!

Coming from someone that owns a Beemer X5
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Coming from someone that owns a Beemer X5
Yeah but......... Noooooooo but!!
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I'm BOTH
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Old 10 January 2006, 06:57   #17
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I'm BOTH
.........but a bloody nice bloke!! Another thing Bob, whils't I'm banging away on my soapbox, None of the well-off people I now are bloody happy! I think that wealth can be a bit of a disappointment for those that get there. Usually after having lost their wives, friends and social lives on route. Anyway, I'm gonna shut-up now.
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If I'm considered a "Nobba" for this fine, bearing in mind, you don't know me from Adam!!
I don't know Adam either.. But then you don't know Magnum either, so for you to assume he is a yuppie just but his post is no different to me thinking your comments after the guys second post, were "nobba"ish.. I am pretty sure ribnets toc's don't make it compulsory to have a go at a newbie just because they have money..
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Old 10 January 2006, 09:57   #19
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I don't know Adam either.. But then you don't know Magnum either, so for you to assume he is a yuppie just but his post is no different to me thinking your comments after the guys second post, were "nobba"ish.. I am pretty sure ribnets toc's don't make it compulsory to have a go at a newbie just because they have money..
Read his profile!! I didn't assume that he was a "Yuppie"! He's wavin' the flag! Now I'm not sure whether you are deliberately missing the point or just thick!
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ummmm.. prolly thick this time.. the profile bit has also just been pointed out by someone else..
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