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Old 14-11-2016, 14:37   #151
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SPEAKING of STALKERS......
my first 7 yrs o f living aboard was plagued by a jerko stalker--ocd, classic narcissistic sociopathic control freak thinking that all women who own boats are in it for the sex.
gads.
from the first box of personal items i brought to the boat i was plagued with intrusions and harrassment. the clown was a manipulator and a sicko with a history of stalking and psychiatric issues. 30 phone calls daily from someone i never gave number to...and worse..
at any rate, once the manipulation was stopped and the creeps he hired were successfully dispo'd, life has been awesome.
unfortunatly this was real time stalking, at the same time oj was messing with the public about his dead wife he stalked mercilessly until he killed her.
oops
was not a fun time.
just be careful and donot allow anyone to screw with ye.
and now you ALL know why i use zeehag as my name online.

Mexico has no laws to address Stalkers. I guess you really have to believe in Karma, I do!



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Old 14-11-2016, 14:39   #152
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mexico is irrelevant
. i was in lighthouse yacht landings,and long beach shoreline marina, lost angeles, redondo beach, marina del rey, terminal island and san diego while the stalking was ongoing.
it is safer here,in mexico, sorry folks. antistalking laws are useless. btdt.
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Old 14-11-2016, 15:32   #153
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SPEAKING of STALKERS......
my first 7 yrs o f living aboard was plagued by a jerko stalker--ocd, classic narcissistic sociopathic control freak thinking that all women who own boats are in it for the sex.
gads.
from the first box of personal items i brought to the boat i was plagued with intrusions and harrassment. the clown was a manipulator and a sicko with a history of stalking and psychiatric issues. 30 phone calls daily from someone i never gave number to...and worse..
at any rate, once the manipulation was stopped and the creeps he hired were successfully dispo'd, life has been awesome.
unfortunatly this was real time stalking, at the same time oj was messing with the public about his dead wife he stalked mercilessly until he killed her.
oops
was not a fun time.
just be careful and donot allow anyone to screw with ye.
and now you ALL know why i use zeehag as my name online.
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Old 14-11-2016, 15:35   #154
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Old 14-11-2016, 16:01   #155
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I've lived aboard on and off since 1985 and have not known that many single women living aboard. I've moved to a new marina over the past few months and there are few live aboards here, but one happens to be a single female. I would like to introduce myself, but as I told the lady that walks the docks in the morning, there appears to be no one on that boat. She told me that the single lady does make boat deliveries so maybe she is making one now. Anyway the only other female that had her own boat was about 15 years ago when I was again single and looking. Some liveaboard couples at the marina knew of her and set me up on a blind date. We double dated and when I walked her to her boat she shook my hand and I didn't even receive a hug. But you know that was good thing because we became best of friends over the next couple of years and she would kid me about the women I was seeing with the long painted nails. The last time I saw her was in Charleston, SC with her 5 year old daughter and a barking dog. Debra if you are reading this you know who I am...so write me via private message!
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I've lived aboard on and off since 1985 and have not known that many single women living aboard. I've moved to a new marina over the past few months and there are few live aboards here, but one happens to be a single female. I would like to introduce myself, but as I told the lady that walks the docks in the morning, there appears to be no one on that boat. She told me that the single lady does make boat deliveries so maybe she is making one now. Anyway the only other female that had her own boat was about 15 years ago when I was again single and looking. Some liveaboard couples at the marina knew of her and set me up on a blind date. We double dated and when I walked her to her boat she shook my hand and I didn't even receive a hug. But you know that was good thing because we became best of friends over the next couple of years and she would kid me about the women I was seeing with the long painted nails. The last time I saw her was in Charleston, SC with her 5 year old daughter and a barking dog. Debra if you are reading this you know who I am...so write me via private message!
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Old 14-11-2016, 16:45   #157
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Nothing wrong with that Blue Crab.
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At least your right up front about it, no ********. You may fight a mate in it for the same reason.
The only problem is when one partner is expecting more.


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What more could there be??????????????
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What more could there be??????????????
A house, a car, alimony for life, your soul..that's all. :-)

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I asked the love of my life out on a date four years ago, yesterday I asked her to marry me. She said no both times. ;^)
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I asked the love of my life out on a date four years ago, yesterday I asked her to marry me. She said no both times. ;^)
What the heck was she thinking? Probably just looking for sex.
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Such Negativity. No wonder so e have such a hard time. Many women are self supporting. It is not the stone age.


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There are 4 single women living aboard in the marina I am at now. 1 in a houseboat, 1 on a sailboat and 2 on trawlers. All have very different personalities from each other but seem to be pleasant caring people.

It would be a shame to see their lives derailed by an idiot that can't see life beyond getting his lance waxed.
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I am in a new marina living on my boat full time now. The two boats closest to me both have single women aboard and there are others here. Not sure what's wrong with the rest of the world, but in SF Bay, it seems women on boats are no big deal indeed....
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