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Old 08-22-2011, 10:12 AM   #21
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RE: Back Orders

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Perhaps we need a thread on rude & crude behaviour. Unless there is one already somewhere?
*Not enough disk space on the server.

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Old 08-24-2011, 01:22 PM   #22
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Perhaps we need a thread on rude & crude behaviour. Unless there is one already somewhere?
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*So true. But it would make interesting reading, as in who has experienced the most boneheaded moves out there.*
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Old 08-27-2011, 05:00 AM   #23
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RE: Back Orders

Try Hamilton Marine, 5 stores in Maine plus an E store. They stock boatbuilding items not found in West marine etc. Most of the Maine boatbuilders use them as well as all the fisherman in the Northeast. I had the owner,Wayne Hamilton aboard my tug last week in Searsport. I told him that I have been a customer of his for 20 plus years.
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RE: Back Orders

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Try Hamilton Marine, 5 stores in Maine plus an E store. They stock boatbuilding items not found in West marine etc. Most of the Maine boatbuilders use them as well as all the fisherman in the Northeast. I had the owner,Wayne Hamilton aboard my tug last week in Searsport. I told him that I have been a customer of his for 20 plus years.
I second Hamilton's.

And I always like the little sign in the Searsport store:

"YOUR WIFE CALLED. SHE SAID TO BUY ANYTHING YOU WANT"
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