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  • Lol. Never ceases to amaze me how bad some of the...

    Lol. Never ceases to amaze me how bad some of the guys I've had working are with money. Like giving a teenager money, except they're 40.

    Whatever though, they save me from working all day.
  • Put the coke back in the coke

    Put the coke back in the coke
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    Might be difficult to rig something up but this...

    Might be difficult to rig something up but this park I took my kids to has a coated rope for a rope climb. That thing destroys my biceps.

    I got a 60lb. sandbag I mess around with sometimes. Curl...
  • Thread: PR incoming

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    I got motivated to try some outside since it was...

    I got motivated to try some outside since it was decent out. 115x3 was best I could do lol.
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    Cool man. What are you on Lake Huron? I just...

    Cool man. What are you on Lake Huron? I just google that, looks just like the ocean. Never really realized how big the great lakes are in perspective.
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    When I was young and in my prime, I used to do it...

    When I was young and in my prime, I used to do it all the time. But now I'm old and turning gray, I only fap it twice a day.

    44. It used to say it in my sig but gone now for some reason.
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    I don't know if they are non-perishable but I...

    I don't know if they are non-perishable but I keep a big bag of almonds in my lunch/snack cooler and they last a long time I guess, never went bad.

    Or are you talking like digging a hole in your...
  • Thread: PR incoming

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    Nice work. Keep going on those numbers, what else...

    Nice work. Keep going on those numbers, what else is there to do?
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    It's all about enjoying them though. I had about...

    It's all about enjoying them though. I had about $3500 saved for a family vaca when Corona hit and bought a boat immediately instead. While everyone else was quarantining, beaches closed or limited...
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    Had a vid from last month before I took it out...

    Had a vid from last month before I took it out for winter. Just trying to use up some gas. Love that motor.

    2SkTo4bwnYU

    I gotta get to finishing this ceiling before my wife starts bitching....
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    That Grady looks awesome. I've been looking...

    That Grady looks awesome. I've been looking around at them in the 23-24ft range. Considered a full repower/reupoholster with a big single. My wife wants more of a family boat so we can take friends...
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    I bring gas but I only have a 13gal. tank under...

    I bring gas but I only have a 13gal. tank under the seat. The original one is still in there but almost 50yrs. old. It's not that bad, I have a 2.5 gal. and a 5gal. I use. Usually I put in the 2.5...
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    Depends on what marina and how big the boat....

    Depends on what marina and how big the boat. $70/ft. at the one I'm at so $1330 for the season for mine. My wife is all over this 30footer a guy I know has for sale, that's gonna get a lot more...
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    You're not doing that bad, jeez. You are not...

    You're not doing that bad, jeez. You are not skinnyfat. Stick with it, it's going to take time even doing a good workout program with great nutrition. You'll look beastmode with 10-12lbs. of muscle.
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    Another reason I wouldn't even have one without...

    Another reason I wouldn't even have one without keeping at the marina. I wouldn't use it nearly as much. If it's already in the water you can get out of work, grab dinner and a 6pack, jump on and...
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    A 18-20ft bowrider is probably your cheapest bet....

    A 18-20ft bowrider is probably your cheapest bet. If it has an inboard just make sure it's not beat to death. You can get a bimini top for it for a couple hundred if it doesn't have one.

    Having a...
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    No they have watertight cowls. More protected...

    No they have watertight cowls. More protected than a car engine.
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    Inboard motors cost less. A 5.7 mercruiser is...

    Inboard motors cost less. A 5.7 mercruiser is like 6-8k with everything on it. Like 3k if you swap everything over. A 300hp outboard is around $30k.

    Good hulls last forever. I have a 1972 Robalo...
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    Inboard looks like a car engine and is inside the...

    Inboard looks like a car engine and is inside the boat. Outboard is self contained and mounted on the transom (back of boat).

    Either way you want to know age, hours and maintence of the motor....
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    Something more helpful though. Engine is most...

    Something more helpful though. Engine is most important. Inboards require more maintence and generally don't last as long as outboards. They get worse gas mileage and boats with inboards are worth...
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