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And when the ice caps melt, I'll be living on an island in the Surrey ocean !!!
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then where will you get your petrol from
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then where will you get your petrol from
Come to think of it it could be even worse, Sainsbury's and Tesco's will be under water !!
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Who needs petrol if water then use a yacht or small dinghy man power lol oars .
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whores rowing. now there's a thought
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a new meaning to 'Mens Four' !! perhaps ??
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coxless four...........
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just do not mislay or damage your 'rowlocks'

the oars need them ??
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I was wondering, if anyone knows of a good repair service for boat in Delaware or Md. I need to get all new seals in my upper and lower unit and repair reverse engine. I just bought this new material for my boat which I want to weld it in the handling position.

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