Workin' Man's Yacht

Workin' Man's Yacht

Post by gould0.. » Sun, 15 May 2005 08:28:41


Cheoy Lee Shipyards North America is proud to annound the completion of
the initial sea trials of the newest model to the Cheoy Lee family, the
95 Sport Motor Yacht. The 95 was designed by Mike Burvenish of M.G.
Burvenich, Inc in Stuart FL and is scheduled to arrive in Ft.
Lauderdale this summer. Construction of the 95SMY incoroporated Cheoy
Lee's proprietary resin infusion technology as well as honeycomb
furniture construction. Both techniques translate into freater strength
with substantially less weight. The boat will be displayed at the Ft
Lauderdale International Boat Show this fall and at the Miami Boat Show
next February. Hull number on eof this new line was recently launched
and successfully sea trialed at the company's facility in Doumen,
China. Accoring to B.Y. Lo of Cheoy Lee Shipyards,
the yacht, which is equpped with C-32 CAT engines, exceeded our
expectations for this initial sea trial and reached speeds in excess of
27 knots"

***************

Wow. 95 feet of yacht barreling along at 27 knots. That would be a
sight to see.

By the way, the first two hulls are already spoken for but there's stil
time to get first deposit in on hull #3. Baseprice is $4,672,500, so
everybody will want one.

 
 
 

Workin' Man's Yacht

Post by K. Smit » Sun, 15 May 2005 09:21:50

Quote:

> Cheoy Lee Shipyards North America is proud to annound the completion of
> the initial sea trials of the newest model to the Cheoy Lee family, the
> 95 Sport Motor Yacht. The 95 was designed by Mike Burvenish of M.G.
> Burvenich, Inc in Stuart FL and is scheduled to arrive in Ft.
> Lauderdale this summer. Construction of the 95SMY incoroporated Cheoy
> Lee's proprietary resin infusion technology as well as honeycomb
> furniture construction. Both techniques translate into freater strength
> with substantially less weight. The boat will be displayed at the Ft
> Lauderdale International Boat Show this fall and at the Miami Boat Show
> next February. Hull number on eof this new line was recently launched
> and successfully sea trialed at the company's facility in Doumen,
> China. Accoring to B.Y. Lo of Cheoy Lee Shipyards,
> the yacht, which is equpped with C-32 CAT engines, exceeded our
> expectations for this initial sea trial and reached speeds in excess of
> 27 knots"

> ***************

> Wow. 95 feet of yacht barreling along at 27 knots. That would be a
> sight to see.

> By the way, the first two hulls are already spoken for but there's stil
> time to get first deposit in on hull #3. Baseprice is $4,672,500, so
> everybody will want one.

        And yet another pasted spam advert from the failed used car salesman,
who now chases around the rich hoping to pick up the odd crumb from the
marketing table.

        Gee & the good liberal that lectures you about buying locally made
toasters instead of supporting those evil non union foreigners???

        How many toasters would fit in a 95 ft boat??? & hey if you imported
them in the boats you'd save freight to evil foreign ship owners???

        A sad uneducated joke is our Gould, speaking of sad how about that Krause??

K

        So your sad Krause lie for the day is from the "bride" series. Just
like the "father" lies this is sad because it shows how desperate he is
to be noticed & seeing he knows he won't be by his own life as a union
organiser, he tries for glory by made up family "associations".

        Needless to say it confirms how totally am***the lying grub is & what
low respect he has for his family.

        Apparently the wife is actually a social worker & certainly an
honourable profession which most would be proud of but no; our non
boating liar mate has to lie.

        Over time I'll give you the full "bride" series & you'll be astounded
the BS he's made up, from phony life threads from the NG to "her"
business owning a business jet:-) (the jet is actually owned by his
union organisation & paid for by honest hard working unionists, the same
unionists that have been made unemployed by the unions)

        Enough!!! so here's the lie;

Quote:
>>>> Did you spend a year as a line psychotherapist at a 650-bed state
>>>> hospital for forensic patients?
>>>> Did you spend a year as senior psychotherapist at a county
>>>> facility for
>>>> substance abusers?
>>>> Did you spend two years as chief of therapy at a private, 200-bed
>>>> facility for the mentally and emotionally ill, at which
>>>> approximately
>>>> half the patients were trying to beat *** or ***?
>>>> Are you currently chief of therapy for a for a multi-practitioner
>>>> practice of some 825 patients, about a third of which are
>>>> seeking help for substance abuse problems?

  >

 
 
 

Workin' Man's Yacht

Post by JimH » Sun, 15 May 2005 09:28:26


Quote:

>> Cheoy Lee Shipyards North America is proud to annound the completion of
>> the initial sea trials of the newest model to the Cheoy Lee family, the
>> 95 Sport Motor Yacht. The 95 was designed by Mike Burvenish of M.G.
>> Burvenich, Inc in Stuart FL and is scheduled to arrive in Ft.
>> Lauderdale this summer. Construction of the 95SMY incoroporated Cheoy
>> Lee's proprietary resin infusion technology as well as honeycomb
>> furniture construction. Both techniques translate into freater strength
>> with substantially less weight. The boat will be displayed at the Ft
>> Lauderdale International Boat Show this fall and at the Miami Boat Show
>> next February. Hull number on eof this new line was recently launched
>> and successfully sea trialed at the company's facility in Doumen,
>> China. Accoring to B.Y. Lo of Cheoy Lee Shipyards,
>> the yacht, which is equpped with C-32 CAT engines, exceeded our
>> expectations for this initial sea trial and reached speeds in excess of
>> 27 knots"

>> ***************

>> Wow. 95 feet of yacht barreling along at 27 knots. That would be a
>> sight to see.

>> By the way, the first two hulls are already spoken for but there's stil
>> time to get first deposit in on hull #3. Baseprice is $4,672,500, so
>> everybody will want one.

> And yet another pasted spam advert from the failed used car salesman, who
> now chases around the rich hoping to pick up the odd crumb from the
> marketing table.

> Gee & the good liberal that lectures you about buying locally made
> toasters instead of supporting those evil non union foreigners???

> How many toasters would fit in a 95 ft boat??? & hey if you imported them
> in the boats you'd save freight to evil foreign ship owners???

> A sad uneducated joke is our Gould, speaking of sad how about that
> Krause??

> K

> So your sad Krause lie for the day is from the "bride" series. Just like
> the "father" lies this is sad because it shows how desperate he is to be
> noticed & seeing he knows he won't be by his own life as a union
> organiser, he tries for glory by made up family "associations".

> Needless to say it confirms how totally am***the lying grub is & what
> low respect he has for his family.

> Apparently the wife is actually a social worker & certainly an honourable
> profession which most would be proud of but no; our non boating liar mate
> has to lie.

> Over time I'll give you the full "bride" series & you'll be astounded the
> BS he's made up, from phony life threads from the NG to "her" business
> owning a business jet:-) (the jet is actually owned by his union
> organisation & paid for by honest hard working unionists, the same
> unionists that have been made unemployed by the unions)

> Enough!!! so here's the lie;

>>>>> Did you spend a year as a line psychotherapist at a 650-bed state
>>>>> hospital for forensic patients?
>>>>> Did you spend a year as senior psychotherapist at a county
>>>>> facility for
>>>>> substance abusers?
>>>>> Did you spend two years as chief of therapy at a private, 200-bed
>>>>> facility for the mentally and emotionally ill, at which
>>>>> approximately
>>>>> half the patients were trying to beat *** or ***?
>>>>> Are you currently chief of therapy for a for a multi-practitioner
>>>>> practice of some 825 patients, about a third of which are
>>>>> seeking help for substance abuse problems?

I betcha that Chuckie soon threatens to once again take his ball and bat and
run home to Mommy.

He has done so quite recently when called on the carpet and has done so
other 3 times to my recollection, each time returning with a "Who Me?"
attitude.

Pretty funny.

Actually pretty sad.

 
 
 

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Post by gould0.. » Sun, 15 May 2005 09:33:44

Hello, Karen

Glad to see you're alive and well.

There has been so much Krause bashing here of late, and not a word from
you, I thought you might have drowned or something.

For the humor impaired, "Workin' Man's Yacht" titling this thread
should give you a clear idea that I'm being sarcastic. Surely you can
appreciate sarcasm, right?

But goodie, goodie. I've been saving up a number of boat reviews until
somebody who really enjoys reading them showed up- and here you are.
Now that you're back, I'll post several between now and Monday. Enjoy.
:-)

 
 
 

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Post by JimH » Sun, 15 May 2005 09:37:38


Quote:
> Hello, Karen

> Glad to see you're alive and well.

> There has been so much Krause bashing here of late, and not a word from
> you, I thought you might have drowned or something.

> For the humor impaired, "Workin' Man's Yacht" titling this thread
> should give you a clear idea that I'm being sarcastic. Surely you can
> appreciate sarcasm, right?

> But goodie, goodie. I've been saving up a number of boat reviews until
> somebody who really enjoys reading them showed up- and here you are.
> Now that you're back, I'll post several between now and Monday. Enjoy.
> :-)

Time for another break from the NF for you Gould.  You are again on the
verge of another breakdown.

Chill.

 
 
 

Workin' Man's Yacht

Post by Bert Robbin » Sun, 15 May 2005 09:41:29


Quote:




>>> Cheoy Lee Shipyards North America is proud to annound the completion of
>>> the initial sea trials of the newest model to the Cheoy Lee family, the
>>> 95 Sport Motor Yacht. The 95 was designed by Mike Burvenish of M.G.
>>> Burvenich, Inc in Stuart FL and is scheduled to arrive in Ft.
>>> Lauderdale this summer. Construction of the 95SMY incoroporated Cheoy
>>> Lee's proprietary resin infusion technology as well as honeycomb
>>> furniture construction. Both techniques translate into freater strength
>>> with substantially less weight. The boat will be displayed at the Ft
>>> Lauderdale International Boat Show this fall and at the Miami Boat Show
>>> next February. Hull number on eof this new line was recently launched
>>> and successfully sea trialed at the company's facility in Doumen,
>>> China. Accoring to B.Y. Lo of Cheoy Lee Shipyards,
>>> the yacht, which is equpped with C-32 CAT engines, exceeded our
>>> expectations for this initial sea trial and reached speeds in excess of
>>> 27 knots"

>>> ***************

>>> Wow. 95 feet of yacht barreling along at 27 knots. That would be a
>>> sight to see.

>>> By the way, the first two hulls are already spoken for but there's stil
>>> time to get first deposit in on hull #3. Baseprice is $4,672,500, so
>>> everybody will want one.

>> And yet another pasted spam advert from the failed used car salesman, who
>> now chases around the rich hoping to pick up the odd crumb from the
>> marketing table.

>> Gee & the good liberal that lectures you about buying locally made
>> toasters instead of supporting those evil non union foreigners???

>> How many toasters would fit in a 95 ft boat??? & hey if you imported them
>> in the boats you'd save freight to evil foreign ship owners???

>> A sad uneducated joke is our Gould, speaking of sad how about that
>> Krause??

>> K

>> So your sad Krause lie for the day is from the "bride" series. Just like
>> the "father" lies this is sad because it shows how desperate he is to be
>> noticed & seeing he knows he won't be by his own life as a union
>> organiser, he tries for glory by made up family "associations".

>> Needless to say it confirms how totally am***the lying grub is & what
>> low respect he has for his family.

>> Apparently the wife is actually a social worker & certainly an honourable
>> profession which most would be proud of but no; our non boating liar mate
>> has to lie.

>> Over time I'll give you the full "bride" series & you'll be astounded the
>> BS he's made up, from phony life threads from the NG to "her" business
>> owning a business jet:-) (the jet is actually owned by his union
>> organisation & paid for by honest hard working unionists, the same
>> unionists that have been made unemployed by the unions)

>> Enough!!! so here's the lie;

>>>>>> Did you spend a year as a line psychotherapist at a 650-bed state
>>>>>> hospital for forensic patients?
>>>>>> Did you spend a year as senior psychotherapist at a county
>>>>>> facility for
>>>>>> substance abusers?
>>>>>> Did you spend two years as chief of therapy at a private, 200-bed
>>>>>> facility for the mentally and emotionally ill, at which
>>>>>> approximately
>>>>>> half the patients were trying to beat *** or ***?
>>>>>> Are you currently chief of therapy for a for a multi-practitioner
>>>>>> practice of some 825 patients, about a third of which are
>>>>>> seeking help for substance abuse problems?

> I betcha that Chuckie soon threatens to once again take his ball and bat
> and run home to Mommy.

I bet it happens later this evening.

Quote:
> He has done so quite recently when called on the carpet and has done so
> other 3 times to my recollection, each time returning with a "Who Me?"
> attitude.

The days of Chuck and Harry pontificating to the group are over and they are
both very unhappy about it.

Quote:
> Pretty funny.

Yes.

Quote:
> Actually pretty sad.

Yes.
 
 
 

Workin' Man's Yacht

Post by gould0.. » Sun, 15 May 2005 09:46:06

 betcha that Chuckie soon threatens to once again take his ball and bat
and
run home to Mommy.

He has done so quite recently when called on the carpet and has done so

other 3 times to my recollection, each time returning with a "Who Me?"
attitude.

Pretty funny.

Actually pretty sad.

**********

There's no pleasing the gang of Internet Terrorists from Ohio, is
there?

Dozens of profane attack posts per day claiming "off topic" as a
justification, and now back to the non profane, personal attack posts
responding to *on topic* threads.

Yawn. Same-o, same-o. And boring.

 
 
 

Workin' Man's Yacht

Post by Freddy the evil smithe » Sun, 15 May 2005 09:46:50


Quote:
>Hello, Karen

>Glad to see you're alive and well.

>There has been so much Krause bashing here of late, and not a word from
>you, I thought you might have drowned or something.

>For the humor impaired, "Workin' Man's Yacht" titling this thread
>should give you a clear idea that I'm being sarcastic. Surely you can
>appreciate sarcasm, right?

>But goodie, goodie. I've been saving up a number of boat reviews until
>somebody who really enjoys reading them showed up- and here you are.
>Now that you're back, I'll post several between now and Monday. Enjoy.
>:-)

Hey gould, it didnt bother me. It was On Topic and quite humorous.

Freddy the evil smithers

 
 
 

Workin' Man's Yacht

Post by gould0.. » Sun, 15 May 2005 09:49:23

Time for another break from the NF for you Gould.  You are again on the

verge of another breakdown.

Chill.

*******************

Some reason you feel compelled to follow me around the group, into
every thread, and make personal remarks?

Whatever it is, I'd probably prefer not to know about it. Try to think
of something a bit more *** and productive to occupy your time.
Thanks.

 
 
 

Workin' Man's Yacht

Post by JimH » Sun, 15 May 2005 09:49:43


Quote:






>>>> Cheoy Lee Shipyards North America is proud to annound the completion of
>>>> the initial sea trials of the newest model to the Cheoy Lee family, the
>>>> 95 Sport Motor Yacht. The 95 was designed by Mike Burvenish of M.G.
>>>> Burvenich, Inc in Stuart FL and is scheduled to arrive in Ft.
>>>> Lauderdale this summer. Construction of the 95SMY incoroporated Cheoy
>>>> Lee's proprietary resin infusion technology as well as honeycomb
>>>> furniture construction. Both techniques translate into freater strength
>>>> with substantially less weight. The boat will be displayed at the Ft
>>>> Lauderdale International Boat Show this fall and at the Miami Boat Show
>>>> next February. Hull number on eof this new line was recently launched
>>>> and successfully sea trialed at the company's facility in Doumen,
>>>> China. Accoring to B.Y. Lo of Cheoy Lee Shipyards,
>>>> the yacht, which is equpped with C-32 CAT engines, exceeded our
>>>> expectations for this initial sea trial and reached speeds in excess of
>>>> 27 knots"

>>>> ***************

>>>> Wow. 95 feet of yacht barreling along at 27 knots. That would be a
>>>> sight to see.

>>>> By the way, the first two hulls are already spoken for but there's stil
>>>> time to get first deposit in on hull #3. Baseprice is $4,672,500, so
>>>> everybody will want one.

>>> And yet another pasted spam advert from the failed used car salesman,
>>> who now chases around the rich hoping to pick up the odd crumb from the
>>> marketing table.

>>> Gee & the good liberal that lectures you about buying locally made
>>> toasters instead of supporting those evil non union foreigners???

>>> How many toasters would fit in a 95 ft boat??? & hey if you imported
>>> them in the boats you'd save freight to evil foreign ship owners???

>>> A sad uneducated joke is our Gould, speaking of sad how about that
>>> Krause??

>>> K

>>> So your sad Krause lie for the day is from the "bride" series. Just like
>>> the "father" lies this is sad because it shows how desperate he is to be
>>> noticed & seeing he knows he won't be by his own life as a union
>>> organiser, he tries for glory by made up family "associations".

>>> Needless to say it confirms how totally am***the lying grub is & what
>>> low respect he has for his family.

>>> Apparently the wife is actually a social worker & certainly an
>>> honourable profession which most would be proud of but no; our non
>>> boating liar mate has to lie.

>>> Over time I'll give you the full "bride" series & you'll be astounded
>>> the BS he's made up, from phony life threads from the NG to "her"
>>> business owning a business jet:-) (the jet is actually owned by his
>>> union organisation & paid for by honest hard working unionists, the same
>>> unionists that have been made unemployed by the unions)

>>> Enough!!! so here's the lie;

>>>>>>> Did you spend a year as a line psychotherapist at a 650-bed state
>>>>>>> hospital for forensic patients?
>>>>>>> Did you spend a year as senior psychotherapist at a county
>>>>>>> facility for
>>>>>>> substance abusers?
>>>>>>> Did you spend two years as chief of therapy at a private, 200-bed
>>>>>>> facility for the mentally and emotionally ill, at which
>>>>>>> approximately
>>>>>>> half the patients were trying to beat *** or ***?
>>>>>>> Are you currently chief of therapy for a for a multi-practitioner
>>>>>>> practice of some 825 patients, about a third of which are
>>>>>>> seeking help for substance abuse problems?

>> I betcha that Chuckie soon threatens to once again take his ball and bat
>> and run home to Mommy.

> I bet it happens later this evening.

>> He has done so quite recently when called on the carpet and has done so
>> other 3 times to my recollection, each time returning with a "Who Me?"
>> attitude.

> The days of Chuck and Harry pontificating to the group are over and they
> are both very unhappy about it.

>> Pretty funny.

> Yes.

>> Actually pretty sad.

> Yes.

Actually it was only a few weeks ago that Chuckie said he was taking his
ball and bat and running home to Mommy.  This was after numerous attacks on
him that showed he was wrong.

He returned with his tail between his legs with the explanation of "Who,
What, When , Never happened,,Who me...eh?"

This is indeed hilarious to see it happened once again.

Time to once again run home to Mommy Chuckie?

 
 
 

Workin' Man's Yacht

Post by Kingfi » Sun, 15 May 2005 09:57:41

Quote:

>The days of Chuck and Harry pontificating to the group are over and they are
>both very unhappy about it.

>> Pretty funny.

>Yes.

>> Actually pretty sad.

>Yes.

True statement. One day this will be rec.boats, not wrecked boats.

Please tell Harry I don't care  about his assfault driveway.

Kingfish

 
 
 

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Post by Kingfis » Sun, 15 May 2005 10:08:33

Quote:

>The days of Chuck and Harry pontificating to the group are over and they are
>both very unhappy about it.

>> Pretty funny.

>Yes.

>> Actually pretty sad.

>Yes.

True statement. One day this will be rec.boats, not wrecked boats.

Please tell Harry I don't care  about his assfault driveway.

Kingfish

 
 
 

Workin' Man's Yacht

Post by gould0.. » Sun, 15 May 2005 10:08:20

Do you have any hobbies, besides me?
 
 
 

Workin' Man's Yacht

Post by Shortwave Sportfishin » Sun, 15 May 2005 10:09:01


~~ snippage ~~

Quote:
>By the way, the first two hulls are already spoken for but there's stil
>time to get first deposit in on hull #3. Baseprice is $4,672,500, so
>everybody will want one.

Buy one, get one free?
 
 
 

Workin' Man's Yacht

Post by JimH » Sun, 15 May 2005 10:20:58


Quote:
> Do you have any hobbies, besides me?

Only watching you moan, whine and complain...and that keeps me plenty busy.