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    Re: Gusset Material

    Or you could cut the 1/2" ply down to 3/8". Use a planer or maybe a table saw if they aren't too big.
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    Re: Debbie W-S, again

    Sessions is a little too busy with his twitter war with trump to be bothered with prosecuting actual criminals.
  3. Re: Do you think we need a wall to stop illegal immigration?

    The border wall is a stupid idea. It has always been a stupid idea and only stupid people have ever thought it could possibly help the immigration situation.
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    Re: Small Reach Regatta 2017

    Anne took this video:


    https://youtu.be/W7qGWKYWcqU
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    Re: Healthcare Conspiracy

    Yes. I would call McConnell's traitorous vote tomorrow part of a government conspiracy. The Republicans are conspiring to kill American citizens by denying them access to healthcare.
  6. Do you think Sessions assets should be forfeit?

    Some do:

    http://www.philly.com/philly/columnists/will_bunch/americas-top-lawman-lied-under-oath-can-we-seize-his-stuff-20170724.html
  7. Re: White House Panel Asks States For Publicly available Voter Data.

    The Trump election commission exists solely to justify a Trump lie
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  8. Re: Trump wants to know if he can pardon himself

    He's gone from denying any wrongdoing to asking if he can pardon himself in less than a week. I'm pretty sure that means there has been a crime committed. It'll all come out soon.
  9. Re: The nub of the matter from Kellyanne Conway

    Note how KA doesn't say that trump isn't lying. Only that he doesn't believe he's lying. She knows very well he's a lying sack of ****. And it seems like she wants us to know she knows...
  10. Re: I have never read a more savage NYTimes editorial

    Well it sure didn't lie like Spicer did. When your subject is as sordid as Spicer's lack of truthfulness you run the risk of the whole piece seeming sordid.
  11. Re: Surprisingly great Chris Isaak free concert on the lake last night.

    We saw him at one of the free concerts at L.L.Bean a few years ago. We were favorably impressed. It was a great show, he's a great musician and a very skilled performer.


    Steven
  12. Re: I have never read a more savage NYTimes editorial

    You might not have felt that way about candidate A if you hadn't been listening to the lies the conservative media have been telling you for the last 20 years.
  13. Re: Photobucket workaround to view old pics

    For a while I couldn't even see my own photos on my Photobucket account, just the thumbnails. Then I could.
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    Re: Small Reach Regatta 2017

    Thanks, Steve. I've been enjoying all the SRR pics and videos on Facebook, too. We hope to be there next year.
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    Re: Anthony Scaramucci

    :D:D
  16. Re: I have never read a more savage NYTimes editorial

    The tone seemed appropriate to me.
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    Re: Adventure Motorbike

    I don't think they sell the 850 in the us. Mine is an Aprilia Scarabeo 200.

    https://photos.smugmug.com/My-First-Gallery/i-jfmK8kN/0/40dcd2d8/X3/IMG_6317-X3.jpg
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    Re: Adventure Motorbike

    You need a scooter, Lew! Not a little one, maybe a 2-300cc one with bigger tires. Like my Aprilia.
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    Re: When you need only a little varnish

    This is great news. I can't wait to buy your book, Jay.
  20. Thread: Bigly sad!

    by StevenBauer
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    Bigly sad!

    WASHINGTON -- The science division of the White House's Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) was unstaffed as of Friday as the three remaining employees departed this week, sources tell CBS...
  21. Re: The Trumpcare bill is dead... two more R senators bail

    So mcturtle is still trying to ram this piece of garbage down our throats? Don't they realize how rediculous they look?
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    Re: The LAST project

    Does this mean you are going to finish that catboat finally? Grandkids have to learn to sail on something.
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    Re: Who knows Ariel?

    Ah, she's an Atkin Vixen! That explains her awesome looks.

    I see a reference to an Ariel cutter on the WoodenBoat Magazine online index - issue #147. Anyone have a copy handy? I'm working out on...
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    Re: Who knows Ariel?

    She'd be overcanvassed running under bare poles!
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    Who knows Ariel?

    Seen yesterday in Lems Cove, Bucks Harbor, Maine.

    https://photos.smugmug.com/My-First-Gallery/i-BL7574r/0/ba22f3b4/X2/IMG_6887-X2.jpg


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  26. Re: My adventure motorcycle summer ride report

    Classic case of helmet hair in this shot!

    Looks like a fantastic trip. I'd love to ride out West someday.
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    Re: Adventure Motorbike

    I just sold my 2010 SYM Symba on Saturday. What a great little bike. 101.5cc, over 100 MPG. I don't think there is a better motorbike in the world for learning to ride than a Cub.

    Here she is: ...
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    Re: big Atkin build in W, Mas

    Lots more here: http://forum.woodenboat.com/showthread.php?212065-Building-Arabella-(An-Atkin-Ingrid)
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    Re: Jetski Engine As An Inboard

    It was Tommy Townsend of Thomas Townsend Custom Marine Woodworking that had the lobsterboat with the jetski engine in it. It was on the cover of WoodenBoat # 198.
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    Re: Assuming the Lotus Position

    Ooh! Shiny!
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    Re: Assuming the Lotus Position

    Ok. This is getting to be too much. Paul must've been up for an hour now. Where are the pics? Put down the ice cream and make with the pic posting already!
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    Re: How long can you anchor?

    Here the State has no say in the mooring situation. Strictly a local proposition.
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    Re: How long can you anchor?

    $6000 for a mooring? That's crazy. My mooring permit is $73 a year. If I wasn't a Portland resident it'd be double that. I bought a used mooring for $600 ten years ago and have replaced some of the...
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    Re: How long can you anchor?

    I don't know about Washington, or even Maine, but the City Of Portland lets you anchor for two weeks only.
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    Re: Marriage Enders!

    I thought Paul's doghouse was like 5000 sq ft.
  36. Re: "France is America's oldest ally. Not many people know that."

    And almost everybody in the U.S.
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    Re: Bow-roof greenhouse foundation posts

    Engineer?
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    Re: He might not have known about this....

    Bingo!
  39. Re: You learn something new every day: Why Flags Are reversed on US Military Uniforms

    This sounds like total bullsh*t to me.
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    Re: When you need only a little varnish

    I, too, have an unopened gallon of Behr Super Spar Varnish stashed away for Talisman.

    Jay, they told me at the Jamestown booth, and the samples seemed to confirm it, that this water based varnish...
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    Re: Picture posting woes

    Twenty bucks a month. For the 17 years I've been posting pics here that would be over four thousand dollars!
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    Re: The life for me

    And to get back on topic, it sure does seem like Lee is enjoying himself:

    https://photos.smugmug.com/My-First-Gallery/i-VHL7xrd/0/d22b3070/X3/IMG_6759-X3.jpg
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    Re: The life for me

    I have a few fireboat shots, too, Michael. This one from a few seconds before Tom's:

    https://photos.smugmug.com/My-First-Gallery/i-s5mRSJZ/0/c96348f7/X3/IMG_6791-X3.jpg

    And these two from a few...
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    Re: When you need only a little varnish

    It's this stuff:

    https://images.jamestowndistributors.com/images/varnish/large/totalboat_halcyon_gloss_varnish.jpg

    TotalBoat Halcyon is an innovative marine varnish that creates a clear, hard,...
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    Re: When you need only a little varnish

    At the WoodenBoat Show in Mystic I bought some varnish at the Jamestown Distributers booth. It came in a plastic bag with a screw top on it. Mylar maybe? So you can just unscrew the top and pour out...
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    Re: Donald Trump Jr. is Fredo?

    If Donald is Vito and Donald Junior is Fredo then Ivanka must be Michael. Once the donald is gone Ivanka will make her move and settle all family business with one stroke. That'll be a sad day for...
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    Re: "I don't like dodgers..."

    Well there was, wasn't there?
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    Re: "I don't like dodgers..."

    I'll keep an eye out for that one.
  49. Thread: Dunkirk

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    Re: Dunkirk

    My early education on the vietnam war was when the teenager next door never came back. I didn't go to the funeral but I knew what happened. I was probably 7 or 8 years old and teenagers seemed like...
  50. Re: Why don't we do this kind of stuff anymore

    Not if they were lying.
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