Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#67 May 7, 2013
St of Circumstance wrote:
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Ahhh, a blast from the past.
I do miss bantering with you. No matter how much we may disagree, I've always liked you. Weird, isn't it?
couple weeks ago had maiden voyage of new boat.

took 7 swipes of credit card to fill gas tank. It took an hour to get gas.

I am still limping from screwing from the oil companies.

Kroger marketplace on 23 in lewis center is one of a few places where I can fuel boat. It will not fit in most stations, and roofs are to low.

believe it or not, after 5 days of fishing, it took $98 to fill back up. Drifting does not require fuel, but I bet we put on over 150 miles on the engines.

Since: Apr 13

Columbus, OH

#68 May 7, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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you need a fishing trip.
Not tomorrow but next wednesday I am off to lake erie for a week.
jig bite was short this year, and trolling is very effective pulling meat around the islands.
caught 3 walleye over 10lbs this year so far.
Great catches. I used to fish on Lake Ontario and 7-10 pounders were pretty consistent.

Actually one of my grandsons and I are going fishing up at Alum Creek Res. either Thurs. or Friday, it depends on when his mom will let him miss some school.

I don't know if you eat what you catch but walleye is good eating. So is lake perch and pike. Although I don't trust most big lakes, read up on the eating warnings.

Next Weds. huh, keep me posted, I think we'd have fun and you can put me down all you'd like. As I said, no matter our disagreements or opposing views, I've always been fond of you.

I can poke fun at you and you poke even more back. That's respectable all in itself.

Since: Apr 13

Columbus, OH

#69 May 7, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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couple weeks ago had maiden voyage of new boat.
took 7 swipes of credit card to fill gas tank. It took an hour to get gas.
I am still limping from screwing from the oil companies.
Kroger marketplace on 23 in lewis center is one of a few places where I can fuel boat. It will not fit in most stations, and roofs are to low.
believe it or not, after 5 days of fishing, it took $98 to fill back up. Drifting does not require fuel, but I bet we put on over 150 miles on the engines.
Early, when I really could have, I didn't invest in a good boat or truck to pull it, had the internal feeling the ex and I would split and I'd lose it. Since, well, between my odd work and housing, I have no place for one or a truck. Last year I bought a very nice inflatable 2 person boat, a good trolling motor, and all the necessary things (life vests, battery, charger etc...) I've taken it out a few times at Hoover and it worked just like I hoped.

I don't know if you're familiar with the AEP RE-creation lands southwest of Cambridge but there are dozens of small lakes great for a dinghy like mine.
Big Johnson

Columbus, OH

#70 May 7, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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couple weeks ago had maiden voyage of new boat.
took 7 swipes of credit card to fill gas tank. It took an hour to get gas.
I am still limping from screwing from the oil companies.
Kroger marketplace on 23 in lewis center is one of a few places where I can fuel boat. It will not fit in most stations, and roofs are to low.
believe it or not, after 5 days of fishing, it took $98 to fill back up. Drifting does not require fuel, but I bet we put on over 150 miles on the engines.
That sure is a big boat, mister!

But I guess you need something to impress the ladies.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#71 May 7, 2013
Big Johnson wrote:
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That sure is a big boat, mister!
But I guess you need something to impress the ladies.
I needed something to live on to avoid paying hotels who triple the summer rate.

Now I have no need for the hotels, and Port Clinton does not have a hotel room as nice as the cabin in the boat.

PS: yes the ladies like the boat.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#72 May 7, 2013
St of Circumstance wrote:
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Early, when I really could have, I didn't invest in a good boat or truck to pull it, had the internal feeling the ex and I would split and I'd lose it. Since, well, between my odd work and housing, I have no place for one or a truck. Last year I bought a very nice inflatable 2 person boat, a good trolling motor, and all the necessary things (life vests, battery, charger etc...) I've taken it out a few times at Hoover and it worked just like I hoped.
I don't know if you're familiar with the AEP RE-creation lands southwest of Cambridge but there are dozens of small lakes great for a dinghy like mine.
I have fished and hunted the AEP
property.

I lost a boat, house, 3 cars, and a pension in my divorce.

5 years later I am re-married, no debt, and replaced everything lost.

nobody assisted me, and I had to work smart and diligent to get back what was stolen from me.

all the banks that told me no, and what a terrible credit risk I was, are now begging. I am having a great time rubbing their nosed in it, and refuse even free checking accounts from them.

I fixed my problem by banking where they want my business, and unfortunately that bank is not in the USA.

Since: Apr 13

Columbus, OH

#73 May 7, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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I have fished and hunted the AEP
property.
I lost a boat, house, 3 cars, and a pension in my divorce.
5 years later I am re-married, no debt, and replaced everything lost.
nobody assisted me, and I had to work smart and diligent to get back what was stolen from me.
all the banks that told me no, and what a terrible credit risk I was, are now begging. I am having a great time rubbing their nosed in it, and refuse even free checking accounts from them.
I fixed my problem by banking where they want my business, and unfortunately that bank is not in the USA.
From being on opposite politcal sides, we've so much in common. By the time I could buy the boat and accessories, I saw the writing on the wall. I lost a very nice house, the area in Cleveland Heights we lived was called 'The Rockefeller Mansions' I lost nearly all the cash we had built, fortunately the court didn't take the kids college funds.

It's a damn good thing she didn't comprehend what I was doing and saving. She got 1/2 the business, which I converted to a used p.c. outlet so very little was lost there. My 'scrap' I was able to keep. To this day I still cash in on that as the markets deem. I was able to get a very nice annuity set up 15 years ago and bought a few property's (before 2006) My warehouse space is mostly owned and as I cash out, I then lease it out. I hate being a landlord but my property manager is one of the best.

“Hi-Yo Silver! Away!”

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#74 May 7, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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so you have been a loser all your life then.
the object of a game is to win, and only win.
since you want to lose at everything, then the title loser fits you well.
You're still as clueless as you ever were.

LMAO!

Go back to fishing, hopefully you'll drift across the border and the RCMP will jail your butt. We've heard all your bragging before and we are not impressed. Just more blah blah blah blah blah from you.
They cannot kill a Spook

Toledo, OH

#75 May 7, 2013
Kemosahbe wrote:
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Celebrate after the game is over. As it should be. Playing a game is about sportsmanship, not putting your foot on the neck of the loser.
Games are played to win. Part of winning is crushing your opponent psychologically as well.

Since: Jan 12

Creston, OH

#76 May 7, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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couple weeks ago had maiden voyage of new boat.
took 7 swipes of credit card to fill gas tank. It took an hour to get gas.
I am still limping from screwing from the oil companies.
Kroger marketplace on 23 in lewis center is one of a few places where I can fuel boat. It will not fit in most stations, and roofs are to low.
believe it or not, after 5 days of fishing, it took $98 to fill back up. Drifting does not require fuel, but I bet we put on over 150 miles on the engines.
7 swipes of your debit card to fill a dingie tank, or a ten foot aluminum two man fishing boat, fitted with a 17.5 horsepower outboard motor. You WISH you owned a craft that could cover 150 miles. Ain't gonna happen in that 5 gallon dingie you have hitched to your pick -up truck. Kept dreaming of the big time, Trump Jr.
Big Johnson

Columbus, OH

#77 May 7, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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I needed something to live on to avoid paying hotels who triple the summer rate.
Now I have no need for the hotels, and Port Clinton does not have a hotel room as nice as the cabin in the boat.
Buying a boat is a great way to save a few hundred dollars on hotel tabs.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#78 May 7, 2013
Kemosahbe wrote:
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You're still as clueless as you ever were.
LMAO!
Go back to fishing, hopefully you'll drift across the border and the RCMP will jail your butt. We've heard all your bragging before and we are not impressed. Just more blah blah blah blah blah from you.
all you have to do is radio your boat numbers crossing border, and passengers have documentation. You may get boarded, you may not.

since you being a liberal with no ID, then you can't cross.

how fun would it be to throw you overboard, because you are not worth the time or energy to dock to let you off.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#79 May 7, 2013
WISE AMERICAN wrote:
<quoted text> 7 swipes of your debit card to fill a dingie tank, or a ten foot aluminum two man fishing boat, fitted with a 17.5 horsepower outboard motor. You WISH you owned a craft that could cover 150 miles. Ain't gonna happen in that 5 gallon dingie you have hitched to your pick -up truck. Kept dreaming of the big time, Trump Jr.
you are not so wise, and quite green with envy.

To bad your fantasy illusions have destroyed your ability to think.

PS: boat has 780 HP between the 2 engines, and a range of 450 miles with a full tank. Also holds 70 gallons of fresh water, and has a 70 gallon holding tank for chit.

the air conditioned cabin with queen bed and kitchen in boat saves $250 a day in hotel fees.

just think....if you had applied yourself, you could own a boat as well.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#80 May 7, 2013
Big Johnson wrote:
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Buying a boat is a great way to save a few hundred dollars on hotel tabs.
at $250 a day, and 30 days over the summer, that is not loose change.
They cannot kill a Spook

Toledo, OH

#81 May 7, 2013
and has a 70 gallon holding tank for chit.
Just let it out, the sheep head and carp have to have something to eat.

“Paper Or Plastic?”

Since: Nov 11

Albakoikee

#82 May 7, 2013
billy joe wrote:
now this is just sad. kid points to heaven after winning and gets into trouble.
http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/highschool-prep...
If this is how it works, John Travolta should have been banned from Saturday Night Fever.

“Hi-Yo Silver! Away!”

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#83 May 7, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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all you have to do is radio your boat numbers crossing border, and passengers have documentation. You may get boarded, you may not.
since you being a liberal with no ID, then you can't cross.
how fun would it be to throw you overboard, because you are not worth the time or energy to dock to let you off.
Ok, whatever dude. Don't think they can read Morse code, though.

That's funny, I was just across the border last month, on the 22nd floor overlooking Horseshoe Falls. Relaxing in my jacuzzi in the loft of my suite.

And going again in a few weeks also. Staying in another nice place.

Again, you prove your complete and utter ignorance of what goes on in my life. Only a total douche speculates on what he does not know.

I don't have much interest in boats. A big hole in the water into which you pour money. So sail on your own goofy self, and don't bring any zebra mussels back.

“Don't trust the internet!”

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#84 May 7, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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couple weeks ago had maiden voyage of new boat.
took 7 swipes of credit card to fill gas tank. It took an hour to get gas.
I am still limping from screwing from the oil companies.
Kroger marketplace on 23 in lewis center is one of a few places where I can fuel boat. It will not fit in most stations, and roofs are to low.
believe it or not, after 5 days of fishing, it took $98 to fill back up. Drifting does not require fuel, but I bet we put on over 150 miles on the engines.
You fill up on land?

“Ludibrium est onus genio”

Since: Dec 11

Planet Earth

#85 May 7, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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You fill up on land?
Sure. It's cheaper.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#86 May 8, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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You fill up on land?
if you could only understand what you read.

look again at post stupid.....figure it out.

if you still have difficulty understanding simple english, ask your supervisor to translate for you.

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