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Old 06-06-2007, 10:59 AM
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Keep on posting Sonny and Keep on enjoying life how you live is how you live and life after work is to be enjoyed I and many others find you helpful so PLEASE don't have us suffer because of the few.
Rest easy, Spritfilled. After 1,457 posts, Sonny has no intention of stopping.
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After 1258 posts, Chef Ken better keep posting. For one, I like his insight on cruising, and wit about the rest of everything else! There are few "dry" posts from the Chef.
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Old 06-06-2007, 11:10 AM
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Looks like another "knickers in a wad" alert.

SONNY, you've seen enough of Chef Ken's posts by now to know he wasn't trying to be hurtful or disrespectful. It would be a pretty dull forum if everybody's sense of humor was as dry as yours. Lighten up, dude!

And dsan, the "jeleaous (sic) idiots" remarks don't help either.

I seriously doubt if there would be any "suffering" if SONNY were to cool his heels for a while.
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Old 06-06-2007, 11:18 AM
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Let me add that in my opinion Sonny brings a great deal of knowledge to this forum, and I appreciate his posts.

Now...everyone step away from the keyboards for a bit and contemplate why we should be appreciative of each other!
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Old 06-06-2007, 11:25 AM
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And in the blink of an eye, the erie silence was broken...ditto Dave, f-mattox, psychocruiser, Sailor Jack.
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Let me add that in my opinion Sonny brings a great deal of knowledge to this forum, and I appreciate his posts.

Now...everyone step away from the keyboards for a bit and contemplate why we should be appreciative of each other!
That can be a great spin on this thread: "I appreciate Dave because....." He's the peacekeeper of these threads, has wisdom beyond compare regarding the cruising industry......but the number one reason I like Dave is because...............he looks great in a balloon hat at C&C's. Now it's someone else's turn to pick someone to appreciate..........
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Old 06-06-2007, 11:38 AM
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I appreciate you, carlg, and Dave for diffusing a potentially volatile situation.
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Old 06-06-2007, 11:41 AM
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Ah c'mon now, f, let's remember, this is cyberspace and verbal volatility can't be transformed into physical volatility...unless I beat my head against the wall when someone calls the ship a boat!

I appreciate Cheffy for his wit and wisdom, and the frequent reality checks that I run out there and from whom, in turn, I receive sage counseling.
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Did you ever wonder why they call it "sage" advice? Why not parsley, rosemary, or thyme advice?
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Did you ever wonder why they call it "sage" advice? Why not parsley, rosemary, or thyme advice?
Actually, the origin of “sage” advice arose in Arizona and Texas during the late 1800’s. Because of an acute absence of teachers during those times, some men of letters became coaches and tutored men of money. Often these tutors went with their sponsors – which gave rise to the phrase – taking the sage coach.
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