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Old 05-07-2019, 09:06 PM
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Yeah, but I had to get them fixed for the offshore possibility. I told Melissa going offshore without tabs would be like her going for a jog without a bra.
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I told Melissa going offshore without tabs would be like her going for a jog without a bra.
Yup. That description'll work.
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Thanks again Ken, for showing my grandson a good time and tiring day.
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I think it was Roland Martin who coined it, "SON"!!!! Very nice wahoo, great job Ken and all!
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Ron, it was an absolute pleasure having Hunter on board running the spread for the day. He is a fine young man who you have taught well. Please forward my contact to him.
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Eating good tonight!
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Eating good tonight!
No doubt! Just got home this afternoon and blackened some wahoo loin medallions. Absolutely some of the best tasting and textured fish for searing. Motherís Day tuna tomorrow!
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Ah!
Oh hell yeah!
That tuna sure looks familiar
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