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Old 08-30-2011, 04:27 PM
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Just when you think you have heard it all...

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Old 08-30-2011, 04:32 PM
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huh... I think after I recovered the child from the water dad would have been detained in the wheel house or bilge until USCG got there to deal with him. He would have caught an ass woopen one way or another
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Yeah, If I was on that boat someone would have drown that day, and it wouldn't have been the kid!
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Old 08-30-2011, 06:20 PM
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Some folks have a hard time telling exactly where the moral/ethical child punishment line is. I'm all for spanking children for disobeying but man some people just act without thinking at all.
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Old 08-31-2011, 12:16 PM
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Kind of reminds me of the time my dad taught me to swim. He took me out to the middle of the bridge over the river and just threw me in. I actually did pretty well once I got out of that sack.
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Kind of reminds me of the time my dad taught me to swim. He took me out to the middle of the bridge over the river and just threw me in. I actually did pretty well once I got out of that sack.
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Originally Posted by beenie View Post
Kind of reminds me of the time my dad taught me to swim. He took me out to the middle of the bridge over the river and just threw me in. I actually did pretty well once I got out of that sack.
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How many cats were in there with you?
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Boy, if you don't shut up, I swear to God I will throw you off this boat!
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Originally Posted by beenie View Post
Kind of reminds me of the time my dad taught me to swim. He took me out to the middle of the bridge over the river and just threw me in. I actually did pretty well once I got out of that sack.
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Aw, come on now! Like no one here ever considerred it?
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Originally Posted by beenie View Post
Kind of reminds me of the time my dad taught me to swim. He took me out to the middle of the bridge over the river and just threw me in. I actually did pretty well once I got out of that sack.
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That explains a lot!
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What an ass
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Old 09-01-2011, 08:32 AM
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At 7 years old he should learn to listen , Who hasn't thrown there 7 year old off a boat? Heck I chucked mine in at 4 years old, WTBD ?
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I was on a trip to Bimini with 2 boats, and about 1/2 way across the guy on the boat we were following threw his girlfriend out of the boat, and kept on running!! She was kind of a bitch, but my buddy and I stopped anyway and fished her out. She was not real happy with her boyfiend at the dock in Bimini.

Another reason not to drink on a boat!
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Originally Posted by John Malloy View Post
I was on a trip to Bimini with 2 boats, and about 1/2 way across the guy on the boat we were following threw his girlfriend out of the boat, and kept on running!! She was kind of a bitch, but my buddy and I stopped anyway and fished her out. She was not real happy with her boyfiend at the dock in Bimini.

Another reason not to drink on a boat!
Was she hot?
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Originally Posted by beenie View Post
Kind of reminds me of the time my dad taught me to swim. He took me out to the middle of the bridge over the river and just threw me in. I actually did pretty well once I got out of that sack.
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Thats hilarious!!
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Originally Posted by John Malloy View Post
I was on a trip to Bimini with 2 boats, and about 1/2 way across the guy on the boat we were following threw his girlfriend out of the boat, and kept on running!! She was kind of a bitch, but my buddy and I stopped anyway and fished her out. She was not real happy with her boyfiend at the dock in Bimini.

Another reason not to drink on a boat!
My slip neighbor is pretty much of a partier. He never takes his boat out without a bunch of women on it. Often, he brings back extras for just the same reason as you posted, a fight with a boyfriend.
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Originally Posted by beenie View Post
Kind of reminds me of the time my dad taught me to swim. He took me out to the middle of the bridge over the river and just threw me in. I actually did pretty well once I got out of that sack.
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This should clear it up.

http://gawker.com/5836206/boat-dad-o...ng-to-kill-him
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