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    Rather an airboat than some 21ft 250Hp potlicker hillbilly yallquida water stirrer I own the world he man that wont slow down for kayaks or me in a 16' flat btm with a 30 on the stern.

    We all own west bay but have control over nobody. But as the captain said" I hate rude behaviour in a man, I wont tolerate it."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airboat Tours View Post
    To quote the great Robert Green Ingersoll, "Tolerance is giving to every other human being every right that you claim for yourself"
    Sorry fellows, but with this warm weather, Airboat Tours is live and well. Lots of things for our customers to see this time of year. YOU DON"T OWN THE WATER! I can tell right now, its going to be a busy year. Get over it.
    Piss on your bullsh&$ tours.
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    Oh man I love waking kayaks and pop diiicks in 16ft flat bottoms out in the middle of the bay in my Bote with the 250 cranked down. Talk about fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgstei1 View Post
    Rather an airboat than some 21ft 250Hp potlicker hillbilly yallquida water stirrer I own the world he man that wont slow down for kayaks or me in a 16' flat btm with a 30 on the stern.

    We all own west bay but have control over nobody. But as the captain said" I hate rude behaviour in a man, I wont tolerate it."
    Lol, maybe it's karma coming home to roost.
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