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Old 04-09-2012, 15:21   #46
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Re: When You Have too Much Money - Well This is for You

Such a deal at only $700,000
Dual 1350 HP jet Turbines.
Your choice of interers as long as its "NOTHING"

Oh, and here is what it sounds like going slow or fast.
Get your rocks off on this.


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Old 04-09-2012, 15:25   #47
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Too much horsepower, not enough education. This is a story about a person on a PWC killing a power boater recently in a collision....

Colorado man charged in boater's death in Nebraska - SFGate
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Old 04-09-2012, 17:12   #48
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Here is what happens when you have more money than brains.
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Old 05-09-2012, 15:10   #49
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Meh, everyone's gotta have a hobby.

I'm worried that I'm young enough that I'll live to see the day when those things have multi thousand mile ranges, and regularly bullet across the oceans on autopilot.
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Meh, everyone's gotta have a hobby.

I'm worried that I'm young enough that I'll live to see the day when those things have multi thousand mile ranges, and regularly bullet across the oceans on autopilot.
Sounds like a nuke powered concept.
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Old 05-09-2012, 15:37   #51
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What is it, 1900 miles from Bermuda to Azores? Doesn't seem too 'out of the question'.

20 hours at 100mph might be a bit much on the human body, though. 40 hours at 50mph? 80 at 25? I don't really have a concept for what kind of ride that would be.
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I like people like that....they make me look intelligent :-)

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20 hours at 100 mph, easy for a twin turbine but the fuel burn would be around 8000 gallons of kerosene for the trip.
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I thought boats like this came with a few topless girls aboard? (maybe a factory option?) This would cut down on the complaints

Extra credit: What kind of sailboat did Sonny Crocket live on in Miami Vice?

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