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hmason 06-23-2015 04:14 PM

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Originally Posted by N4712 (Post 343142)
A, as in awesome boat shoes?

This picture shows Magic in its slip at our yacht club next to my slip mate's boat, a Nordy 47. The next picture shows Magic with some "bait" on the stern rail. If he takes the "bait" I will know that you Nordy guys are all of them same ilk and I will never trust people like you again.

hmason 06-23-2015 04:16 PM

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This is the bait pic.

N4712 06-23-2015 04:20 PM

Wait a second! You positioned those so if a sea Ray wakes your marina your boat will rock therefore the shoes will fall off the rail and float away. Then you can blame your innocent Nordy friend. You're horrible.

Btw, he has the same home port as us!

hmason 06-23-2015 04:22 PM

Totally protected from wakes. We'll see who's horrible. Using my grandson's baby cam too.

hmason 06-23-2015 04:24 PM

Same home port? Maybe you know him. Initials are MH.

BandB 06-23-2015 04:50 PM

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Originally Posted by N4712 (Post 343145)
We ate out on a friends boat with a Miele electric grill on the aft deck and it worked pretty well- or at least I know my steak tasted great.

Miele is excellent too.

kwmeyer13 06-23-2015 05:00 PM

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Originally Posted by SCOTTEDAVIS (Post 342790)
What about Music?

What about kids playing?

Using the head?

Cooking with garlic?

What about starting up to leave and running the windless very early?

Smoking a cigar?

Smoking a turkey?

Nude sunbathing?

Showering on deck?

What about hull slap?



Locus, what about locus??!! :eek:


I think the world is too sensitive, If the normal sounds/ smells of boating, camping, bowling, rock climbing, surfing, star gazing.... bother you then go away and don't do it.

Leave me alone, I'm a libertarian with a gun and a generator. :thumb:

https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/i...fSJ_MbOOZxYaVw

Amen and please pass the hand grenades. :devil:

O C Diver 06-23-2015 08:00 PM

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Originally Posted by hmason (Post 343151)
This is the bait pic.

Pretty weak looking bait. :rolleyes:

Ted

hollywood8118 06-24-2015 12:03 AM

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Originally Posted by hmason (Post 343150)
This picture shows Magic in its slip at our yacht club next to my slip mate's boat, a Nordy 47. The next picture shows Magic with some "bait" on the stern rail. If he takes the "bait" I will know that you Nordy guys are all of them same ilk and I will never trust people like you again.


You think you a Nordy owner will steal your crappy old boat shoes??

Don't you know that all wear fir lined elk hide slippers when aboard??

A word of caution though.. the cute girl that waxes his hull every month might take them home to her surfer boyfriend

The Nordy owner probably thinks somebody aboard your boat's feet stink so bad even they cannot stand to keep their shoes inside!

:confused:

HOLLYWOOD

Nomad Willy 06-24-2015 09:03 AM

hmason,
I'm more into boats than shoes. These shoes are a very expensive brand that starts w "A"? And you think your slipmate will steal them?

Why on earth would a person that is affluent enough to afford a Nordhavn be interested in old shoes left out on a rail? ..... that belong to someone else? If he notices the shoes he may form some opinions about your housekeeping as I see his boat is very neat and tidy.

BandB 06-24-2015 09:14 AM

Other than just the question of honesty, many other reasons I would never be a suspect in a shoe heist. First and foremost is I would not want to wear anyone else's shoes not knowing where their feet have been or what conditions such as athlete's foot they might have. So all can consider their shoes definitely safe from me.

hollywood8118 06-24-2015 09:26 AM

after all.. the neighbor is a nordhavn owner... he doesn't want to walk a mile in a GB owners shoes!!

HOLLYWOOD

Capt.Bill11 06-24-2015 09:35 AM

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Originally Posted by Codger2 (Post 342828)
Just this morning I had a complaint. :blush:

Well of course you did. A gentleman your age should know better than to play with his meat in public so early in the morning. :eek: :D :dance:

Nomad Willy 06-24-2015 10:49 AM

My wife says we're lacking in entertainment.

Had to show her the posts about the shoes.

I'm still thinking I must have missed something.

FlyWright 06-24-2015 12:07 PM

It's a running joke from when Howard's shoes got stolen from the boat show. Another TFer there at the show was Oliver, N4712, so he got blamed. Jokingly, that has cast all N47 owners into the sphere of suspicion for hmason. His hunt for the perpetrator continues.

I thought hmason's post was hysterical. It's been a very funny thread woven through many conversations here on TF. You never know where it might pop up next.

Nomad Willy 06-24-2015 02:03 PM

Thanks so much for the background Al.

And my apologies to hmason if needed.

kraftee 06-26-2015 03:30 PM

Just remember what a very wise man (Steven Wright) said, "Before you criticize someone, you should first walk a mile in their shoes. Then, when you DO criticize them, you'll be a mile away - and you'll have their shoes!"

SanSailor 07-06-2015 03:13 PM

Never any complaints about our bbq, but on more than one occasion we've had someone call us on the vhf and ask if we were on fire?!? Nope, just my husband burning dinner...

tegdesign 07-06-2015 03:18 PM

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Originally Posted by SanSailor (Post 346679)
Never any complaints about our bbq, but on more than one occasion we've had someone call us on the vhf and ask if we were on fire?!? Nope, just my husband burning dinner...

LOL! I expect a similar call but my response will be, "No that's just my Volvos."

hmason 07-06-2015 04:26 PM

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Originally Posted by kraftee (Post 344008)
Just remember what a very wise man (Steven Wright) said, "Before you criticize someone, you should first walk a mile in their shoes. Then, when you DO criticize them, you'll be a mile away - and you'll have their shoes!"

Steven Wright also said that his home was burglarized and everything he owned was taken and replaced with exact replicas. Wish good ole Ollie had provided me with the same courtesy. :lol:


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