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I didn’t know gas into a rod holder was a thing. Can’t imagine such a thing ever. Wow. I would never let that happen. Nope not me. 

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8 mins ago, EBHarvey said:

 

 Sorry Jim, you'll have to continue to endure Tim's lack of sensitivity.

Well…. We’re glad to see you affirm Tim’s insensitive ways.

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3 mins ago, Lagerhead said:

Well…. We’re glad to see you affirm Tim’s insensitive ways.

 

I suffer his hurtful words just as much as you guys.

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20 mins ago, EBHarvey said:

 

I'm pretty sure you can't put any admin on ignore, nor can he you.  Sorry Jim, you'll have to continue to endure Tim's lack of sensitivity.

If the mods really had his back they’d allow him to put Timmah on ignore. 

Edited by blastwater

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The gas in the rod holder is very common ocerence at every gas station on Rt. 36 from the parkway exit 117 to the harbor at Atlantic Highlands. The attendants have no clue and your not allowed to pump your own here in NJ. The guys who trailer their boats would rather pay the road rates for gas instead of the fuel dock prices. It happens very often.

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12 hours ago, harley48 said:

forgot the blowers or gas down a rod holder

It's not like either of those haven't happened before. So a good guess on your part.

Edited by PatchyFog

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First step in an I/O or IB. 1) open engine cover and take a sniff for fuel 2) let ventilate and turn the blowers on anyway.

 

That's what I was taught.

 

 

 

Edited by PatchyFog

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4 hours ago, JBreese1 said:

The gas in the rod holder is very common ocerence at every gas station on Rt. 36 from the parkway exit 117 to the harbor at Atlantic Highlands. The attendants have no clue and your not allowed to pump your own here in NJ. The guys who trailer their boats would rather pay the road rates for gas instead of the fuel dock prices. It happens very often.

SEE? Breeze knows. 
you all are clowns 

Except for Mr. Breeze. 
He's a genuine genius. 
and a hell of a great guy. 
I actually met him once. 

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5 hours ago, sunobskt said:

I didn’t know gas into a rod holder was a thing. Can’t imagine such a thing ever. Wow. I would never let that happen. Nope not me. 

My neighbor across the road in NY blew up his boat on Cayuga. It was an I/O with a wood carpeted deck. He didn't pay enough attention to fasteners when he replaced it,  one of which punctured a fuel line. Boom.

Next day I'm looking at a burned melted glass boat in his front yard.

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17 hours ago, Toad in Nj said:

you should see The Columns after last call when the lights come on

Jurassic Park :beers: 

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16 hours ago, jmlandru said:

And you have done a **** load about it. Like go on line and tell the already injured what you would have done. Im putting you on ignore. Be a man and do the same. 

:tim:

 

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11 hours ago, Bergallmaster said:

Does telling the boss to **** give him more street cred?

Yes !

**** Tim and his crummy platform!!

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Just now, redfishkiller said:

Yes !

**** Tim and his crummy platform!!

:beers:

 

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