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Old 17-11-2009, 14:48   #1

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Some time ago I read a piece on the 'net that I would like to read again and ask the author's permission to reproduce. It went something like this;

Q: Why are cruisers afraid of people living on land?

A: Think about it. You get up early, drive like crazy to get to work to so you can work 10 hrs to by a bigger house you have to fill up so you work even more hours ......... We wake up when we wake up. If the sun is shining we go fishing, scuba. If it's raining we get out a book and stay in.

The reason we are afraid of you is you are all crazy! Why else would you live like that.

Can anyone help?
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