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Old 16-01-2015, 15:46   #1
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Want to live on a beautiful 81ft ketch in Phuket?
Easy work. Cheap pay
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Old 16-01-2015, 15:54   #2
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this may be an all time record holder as a meaningless, time wasting post.
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this may be an all time record holder as a meaningless, time wasting post.
you have a problem with it?
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Don't be shy... details.. and how cheap are you...
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Old 17-01-2015, 18:14   #6
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you have a problem with it?
Well, since you ask, yes!

You ask a rather general rhetorical question "want to live...".

You give no details as to how this might come about, what duties might be involved, what time frame is involved, is it a private yacht or a charter or whatever, is this employment or a boat-sit or in fact any useful info whatsoever.

To me, that is a waste of any reader's time.

That's what my problem with your post is.

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Gosh Jim, you're starting to sound a bit like a jaded New Yorker. Makes me worried. You hate New Yorkers.

At least he isn't asking strangers to pay a fee to cover his beer money or yard bill. I'll give him that much.
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Jim, why did you comment. We see your name on the thread and think "this must be worth a look."

You are now waisting my time.

Happy new year.
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Hey Jim, why are we here?

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Want to live on a beautiful 81ft ketch in Phuket?

Easy work. Cheap pay

Yes. I am sure most sailors would. For a while anyway.
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Jim, why did you comment. We see your name on the thread and think "this must be worth a look."

You are now waisting my time.

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Yes "Jim" why dont you mind your own business. Do you have to comment on every post. This is a legitimate offer, anybody interested can ask me any specific questions they want. I did not put this in for your entertainment
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Yes "Jim" why dont you mind your own business. Do you have to comment on every post. This is a legitimate offer, anybody interested can ask me any specific questions they want. I did not put this in for your entertainment
Oh, dear, I think that I'm being sucked in to a vortex...

Why don't you let your audience know just what the "legitimate offer" might be? It would save possibly interested folks from having to ask you the ones I asked in my second post. You still have not given any substantive info about what your offer is. Frankly, your initial post sounded like a scam to me, and that is why I responded so tersely. I'm still not convinced that it isn't...

As for minding my own business... this is the internet, mate! And should I find your post entertaining, well, I reckon that is my business. And really, if I should want to comment on every post (which I surely do not), why should that bother you? The ignore button is your friend.

I'm normally a pretty friendly guy. I dunno why this has gotten my goat, but it seems to have done so. If I have wasted folks time or offended my friends here, I apologize.

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Jim, why did you comment. We see your name on the thread and think "this must be worth a look."

You are now waisting my time.

Happy new year.
Sorry to disappoint you, but consider what you paid to join...

And happy new year to you too.

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Is it true that ais transponder is required for thailand?
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Don't get me wrong Jim, I ALWAYS enjoy your posts.

In Nelson without the boat right now but have been out in the bay and look foreward to some more sailing soon.

Wannadriveaboat - yours was an entertaining post - respect this man.
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