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  Reply # 312622 29-Mar-2010 21:58
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I was about to say that Pilgrim3's post would kill this thread because no one is going to be bothered getting into an argument that will go round and round in circles and end up nowhere.

Then again, I'd love to know what he bases that on. Would that be because he sat through the trial and listened to every piece of evidence given, or is that because Joe Karam has a brother who made a song and dance which hooked Pilgrim3 in?

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  Reply # 312624 29-Mar-2010 22:00
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corksta: I was about to say that Pilgrim3's post would kill this thread because no one is going to be bothered getting into an argument that will go round and round in circles and end up nowhere.

Then again, I'd love to know what he bases that on. Would that be because he sat through the trial and listened to every piece of evidence given, or is that because Joe Karam has a brother who made a song and dance which hooked Pilgrim3 in?


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  Reply # 312639 29-Mar-2010 22:15
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That would be based on 1.33 x (lwl) 1/2.

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  Reply # 312644 29-Mar-2010 22:26
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Pilgrim3: That would be based on 1.33 x (lwl) 1/2.


Welcome to the forum by the way, hope you stick around.

You have to realise though your first post here was only going to end up in a long argument that really goes nowhere, no matter how fast you think a certain boat can go.

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  Reply # 312709 30-Mar-2010 06:50
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Thank you.
Second post actually, although the request for help with a problem seems not to have gone up.
I find that if you are prepared to wait a decade or three most problems work themselves out.

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