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Old 01-09-2021, 16:29   #16
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Oh no. A Delta. You're going to drag for sure, wreck your boat and kill a couple dozen innocent bystanders in the harbor.
Excellent! Now we can have a go about my Delta vs your CQR
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Old 01-09-2021, 16:31   #17
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DMF Sailing, you do know you can get vaccinated against that Delta…
You mean before it gets out of control and moves quickly across the anchorage?
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You mean before it gets out of control and moves quickly across the anchorage?
Ah. never get out of control in australia.....not with bar codes on your forehead and the drones reading them as you go "walk about"
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Old 01-09-2021, 18:36   #19
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Excellent! Now we can have a go about my Delta vs your CQR
Retired the CQR and stuck it in the shed next to the Bruce (bet that will get a rise out of someone).
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Old 01-09-2021, 18:38   #20
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DMF Sailing, you do know you can get vaccinated against that Delta…
I think it's too late. Seems like he's already infected with the Delta variant.
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Old 01-09-2021, 18:56   #21
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I think it's too late. Seems like he's already infected with the Delta variant.
Skip, no need to pull my chain; you've rode me pretty hard with this thread drift. You can be cqr in the knowledge that my choice was anchored in well-grounded theory. I'm set in my ways, and I've been inrocnalated against posters who are a drag. Sorry if I delta blow to your ego.
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Old 01-09-2021, 19:17   #22
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Skip, no need to pull my chain; you've rode me pretty hard with this thread drift. You can be cqr in the knowledge that my choice was anchored in well-grounded theory. I'm set in my ways, and I've been inrocnalated against posters who are a drag. Sorry if I delta blow to your ego.
Well no way I can top that.
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Well no way I can top that.
We'll bury the hatchet over a couple of bruce
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In that case I'll stop wining.
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