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December 06, 2010

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Michael

This is the hydrological analysis of the "hole in the water..." theorem?

Adam Turinas

which you sensibly avoid by skimming across the surface. You are wiser man than I, Puffy!

Michael

We of the winged (two syllables) planks have our own issues, of course. But we can all get together around a beer (and/or epoxy)!

John

Good helpful information on buying a sail boat
we will post this link on our Twitter account and on our new help page of our boat sales , buyers guide page
http://www.boats-for-sale-worldwide.com/useful_info_when_buying_a_boat.html

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