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    Smile what does BOAT stand for/mean?

    break out another thousand..... see alot of folks new to the field here this is one u will need to know
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    Quote Originally Posted by atvalaska View Post
    break out another thousand..... see alot of folks new to the field here this is one u will need to know
    That's only for the small stuff - for the bigger things it's Break Out Another Ten thousand !

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    My doctor named his boat "BOAT", said it stood for Better Order Another Test!

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    Default Or this:

    B_tch of a taskmaster.

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    And a Boat Buck is...............

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    Quote Originally Posted by atvalaska View Post
    break out another thousand..... see alot of folks new to the field here this is one u will need to know
    Ok I'll be the new guy on this one...another thousand what? Are we talking dollars or am I missing something?

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    DOLLARS -goes along with a boat being a hole in the water you throw money into.
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    Default Wow I was wrong!

    I was convinced it was Bend Over And Take-it.

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    Default not dollars

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    (never, I repeat, never try to calculate price per pound of fish in your freezer)

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    "This delicious fish we are eating cost a few hundred thousand dollars to get so don't waste it!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tealer View Post
    I was convinced it was Bend Over And Take-it.
    Sorry - That comes from the Board of Fisheries !!

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    Yessiree, before I bought my jet boat, a fellow said, Eric before you buy that boat go stand in a cold shower and ripp up 100 dollar bills, than you'll know what it's like too own a jet boat

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    Quote Originally Posted by skydiver View Post
    And a Boat Buck is...............
    $100.

    Woops. Tried to just post "$100" but got kicked back because it was too short and it has to have at least 10 characters so I guess my answer should have been "a huuuunnnnnnndddddddrrrrrrrreeeeedddddd dddddddoooooolllllllllaaaaaarrrrrssssssss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tealer View Post
    I was convinced it was Bend Over And Take-it.

    That one kills me LOLOL
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    Default BOAT in comparison

    Break Out Another Thousand is the the acronim seen most often, however, airplane owners discuss expense in something called "aircraft units" 1 aircraft unit equals $100.00. So .... when I go home and tell the wife that it only cost 100 then she feals good and I feal good at least until she figures it out.

    Really though the boat 26' Osprey LC (Jimw still have it and are you still working for First Hell?) and Cessna C-180's cost about the same to maintain & operate. Not cheap but the price of an Alaskan life style, that is why we put up with all this crappy weather.

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    Still at the same work address. I thought you got rid of the drive way queen LOLOL
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    i ran across one of my old post...still holds true!
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