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Old 03-04-2013, 04:51 PM   #21
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It wouldn't be the same without your stellar photoshop skills.
Ditto!
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Old 03-04-2013, 08:52 PM   #22
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Moonstruck is in for a windshield modification. Larry, please send a "Designs by Larry" logo to put on the boat.
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Nice of you to say that guys. At least I know there are a few that get a kick out of my Photoshop playtime....another reason why I like to visit TF whenever I can.
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I agree, Art. I see TF much like a group of guys sitting around a table having a conversation. Sometimes the question gets answered, sometimes the conversation takes off on a tangent, sometimes a series of jokes and laughs get interjected into the middle, sometimes disagreements occur and the subject gets changed.

But in the end, knowledge is shared, friendships are made, humor is enjoyed and the boating life is celebrated.
I reckon Flywright got it spot on. Hard to 'splain it better than that. We can even have fun murderin' the lingo if we want.

However, being serious for a second, I think while a boat make forum could be good for dissemination of species specific information, it could sort of run out of steam for a time fairly easily, whereas I enjoy hearing, seeing and finding out about other designs on here. That and the general repartee. I suspect you wouldn't get much of that in boat type specific boards...
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I agree, Art. I see TF much like a group of guys sitting around a table having a conversation. Sometimes the question gets answered, sometimes the conversation takes off on a tangent, sometimes a series of jokes and laughs get interjected into the middle, sometimes disagreements occur and the subject gets changed.

But in the end, knowledge is shared, friendships are made, humor is enjoyed and the boating life is celebrated.


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I reckon Flywright got it spot on. Hard to 'splain it better than that. We can even have fun murderin' the lingo if we want.

However, being serious for a second, I think while a boat make forum could be good for dissemination of species specific information, it could sort of run out of steam for a time fairly easily, whereas I enjoy hearing, seeing and finding out about other designs on here. That and the general repartee. I suspect you wouldn't get much of that in boat type specific boards...
FW and PB - Correctopeel! May I add... Tolly forum that I frequent and have great success for answers to Tolly questions is bout as dull as can be... as compared to TF. Sometimes not a post or new thread for days in a row. TF Rocks!
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Old 03-06-2013, 01:16 AM   #26
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Hmmm me on the other hand would like to reach into the computer screen and smack some members in the head lol.

Majority are good. Just a few select numbnuts around but that's the joys of the WWW ay!

Each to their own ;-)
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Hmmm me on the other hand would like to reach into the computer screen and smack some members in the head lol.

Majority are good. Just a few select numbnuts around but that's the joys of the WWW ay!

Each to their own ;-)
Hendo, you are so correct, it sure is different these days.

Heck, the medical "pill" companies will soon have too many humans taking medications to make them all "Stepford" like in their actions and reactions (similar to the “Stepford Wives” movie). Not me - I don't even take a freeking aspirin lest I simply gotta for fever or headache!

Back in the day, i.e 1960's/70's... We used to tell the loosers in a good o' fisherman's pub fight in New England, as we helped them off the floor and pushed em out the door... "Don’t be bitter, reconsider" Next time you visit our pub be careful what you fcken say! LMAO

On the WWW it's different... supposed ta be "politically correct", and all that crap - or a moderator will censer your assss off the site! Personally I have fond memories of good ol' fist flyen bar fights... made cha thirsty for another beer, or four!

But, with all that said... TF is still a pretty darn good forum for we boaters to hang out and chat!
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Old 03-07-2013, 09:20 AM   #28
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Hendo, you are so correct, it sure is different these days.

Heck, the medical "pill" companies will soon have too many humans taking medications to make them all "Stepford" like in their actions and reactions (similar to the “Stepford Wives” movie). Not me - I don't even take a freeking aspirin lest I simply gotta for fever or headache!

Back in the day, i.e 1960's/70's... We used to tell the loosers in a good o' fisherman's pub fight in New England, as we helped them off the floor and pushed em out the door... "Don’t be bitter, reconsider" Next time you visit our pub be careful what you fcken say! LMAO

On the WWW it's different... supposed ta be "politically correct", and all that crap - or a moderator will censer your assss off the site! Personally I have fond memories of good ol' fist flyen bar fights... made cha thirsty for another beer, or four!

But, with all that said... TF is still a pretty darn good forum for we boaters to hang out and chat!
Lol you've said those words to me when the mods censored my arse last time. I was bitter but got over it. I've learnt not to take people seriously other than my friends on here. Good to sit back and watch people argue about how great their anchor is or how great their handrails are LMAO and don't even get me started on those tools that think a sharpie pen is good for anti fouling hahahahahahahahahahahaha aaaahhhhhhh.....
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and don't even get me started on those tools that think a sharpie pen is good for anti fouling hahahahahahahahahahahaha aaaahhhhhhh.....
It isn't? I just bought a couple of cases for the haul out. Damn!!!
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Lol you've said those words to me when the mods censored my arse last time. I was bitter but got over it. I've learnt not to take people seriously other than my friends on here. Good to sit back and watch people argue about how great their anchor is or how great their handrails are LMAO and don't even get me started on those tools that think a sharpie pen is good for anti fouling hahahahahahahahahahahaha aaaahhhhhhh.....
Huh? I missed that one. Please do tell.
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Everyone know you're supposed to use White Out on the bottom (it's ablative) not Sharpie! It just takes a loooooong time to paint the bottom with those little brushes! ;-)
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Mr. FW. Be careful now, "White Out" could be considered racist by some of the more genteel/PC members.
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Mr. FW. Be careful now, "White Out" could be considered racist by some of the more genteel/PC members.
WHAT - Someone's trying to kick us whites out??? - Why I never!

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It isn't? I just bought a couple of cases for the haul out. Damn!!!
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:-O Hahaha I'm being careful :-P

I didn't mention any names or anything. I'd prefer chocolates over flowers tho! Haha
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Huh? I missed that one. Please do tell.
Missed what one?

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Everyone know you're supposed to use White Out on the bottom (it's ablative) not Sharpie! It just takes a loooooong time to paint the bottom with those little brushes! ;-)
Hahaha how about those whiteout tape pens? Or perhaps highlighters? I've heard that the growth won't stick as it doesn't like the fluro orange colour LOL.
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Que the eggshells haha
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