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Old 10-07-2015, 22:25   #31
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Re: Finding A No Wood Boat

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I think crazyoldboatguy was implying every boat comes with wood (spam) and if you ask for a boat with no wood they'll build you one with less wood. My interpetation, but then I am also a notsooldcrazyboatguy so I could be wrong.
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Just to clarify - I started hearing the skit in my head when I read the OPs first comment and then reading all the "well, here's a boat with not much wood in it" and "what's wrong with wood?" and wood is nice inside".

Hey, the guy wants a boat without any wood in it. Not a boat with a bit of wood - one W/O ANY wood in it.

If you spend a "boatload" of money on your boat, shouldn't you get what you want?

And then there's me. I have a boat that is ALL WOOD. ("Well, we've got spam spam spam eggs and spam"). Now THAT is crazy.

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Old 11-07-2015, 10:39   #32
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Re: Finding A No Wood Boat

The single biggest problem with posting on forums like these is that you can't read "intent", sort of like you can't get voice inflection when texting, so two sentences that are completely the same grammar and spelling wise could mean totally different things.

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Old 11-07-2015, 17:19   #33
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Re: Finding A No Wood Boat

just get a chlox bottle, put some aluminum foil inside, pour in 2oz muriatic acic and watch it swell- when it gets boat size remove cap-voila no wood inside
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