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AND THE SAGA OF SPOCKET CONTINUES

/Nov/2010

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By: sprocket66 @ 22:13 (EDT) / 130 / Comment ( 0 )

While I begin to Finish up The Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, and diguest the fact that at 45 I can still out do the young ones and do it in 185 hours in 17 days. I learned a lesson in human behavior.
There are alot of assholes in this world, but not one one them wears a badge saying "AssHole".
They come from all walks of life, social backgrounds, all econimic status. From Holeless at bus stop to $25 million dalloar yacht owners,
I saw it all.
It wasnt pretty.
On the lighter side the Boats and Yachts were Outstanding this year, As the Intercoastal waterways tides change, so do the economic tides of the Super and Mega Yachts. Many less Boats are there as SHOWPEICES, Just about everything for sale or at least charter available.
Poker playingb to start soon again,

 

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