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21 mins ago, Slacker said:

How can you sit on a bar stool for the length of a football game? 

 

I'm about 90% reclined during any and all sporting events.

I’m guessing alcohol fueled delusion driven by high hopes as the evening rolls on :shrug:  Or he’s in a booth with someone willing to earn $14 the hard way.

 

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1 hour ago, Slacker said:

I am not up on the price of weddings but that is sounding like a $200,000 tab.  Maybe more?

That was my estimate.  Brides dad has a few bucks.

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Just now, Spigola said:

That was my estimate.  Brides dad has a few bucks.

I did the reckoning and you and I might be light on our estimate. 

 

At 400 guests, $200,000 would be $500 a head.  Between the hotel rooms (which I assume he picked up), the venue, the entertainment, the food and libations, the transit... well, we could be banging out $300-350,000.

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1 hour ago, Slacker said:

Because it sounds like either mob money or hedge fund money.  And Spig doesn't know anybody in finance.

You have no idea who I know on both side of the aisle.

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1 hour ago, Slacker said:

How can you sit on a bar stool for the length of a football game? 

 

I'm about 90% reclined during any and all sporting events.

"Slacker"

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13 mins ago, Spigola said:

You have no idea who I know on both side of the aisle.

So go ahead and tell us.

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13 mins ago, Mike said:

"Slacker"

 I don't know anybody that would prefer to be uncomfortable for three and half hours.

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I saw a '69  26 foot Pacemaker Wahoo for sale today which I am 100% positive is a complete **** show rebuild. 

But I really do love the lines on that boat and a total rehab is tempting but I probably won't do it . I sent it to my brother in law to get him thinking. 

 

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1 hour ago, Kml said:

I saw a '69  26 foot Pacemaker Wahoo for sale today which I am 100% positive is a complete **** show rebuild. 

But I really do love the lines on that boat and a total rehab is tempting but I probably won't do it . I sent it to my brother in law to get him thinking. 

 

A fine looking ride for sure :th:  My first love for a toy would be a 35 Egg Harbor Predator.  

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1 hour ago, Kml said:

I never count other people's money.

 

I was once involved with a bankruptcy case for a company named OPM Leasing.  

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2 hours ago, Kml said:

I never count other people's money.

 

^ Never was a bank teller.

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10 hours ago, Kml said:

I saw a '69  26 foot Pacemaker Wahoo for sale today which I am 100% positive is a complete **** show rebuild. 

But I really do love the lines on that boat and a total rehab is tempting but I probably won't do it . I sent it to my brother in law to get him thinking. 

 

Those hulls are cool.  Look like floating bath tubs.

 

Price in a diesel conversion.  New 4 cylinder yanmar would be sweet power for that boat.

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