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scott 07-03-2012 10:17 AM

Dirt Bags
 
Boaters! :mad:
Control your passenger with their garbage! I'm tired of seeing people throw their trash in the lake, yes the meathead in the blue Mastercraft that had a problem when I picked up the bottle and brought alongside his boat to hand it to the Jack---that through it in the water at Fleming Meadows! Then the meathead wanted to get in my face with my 10 year old son in my boat! Lucky for me another boat had did something he did not like and he wanted to fire up on that person! I thought it was all over then the Meathead starts calling to his Girlfriend on the boat ramp to get her fat A-- back in the boat along with some other adjectives! The bottom line is clean up after yourselves and maybe these lakes will stay clean for years to come! By the way why would you take bottles on a boat? It's always nice when you step on a bottle that has broke on the shoreline! Hopefully it will be the meathead that this happens to! And if your looking to fight! This 46 year old Man would sure have kick you A--!

Thats all now I think I will go enjoy my July 3rd! With no more problems!

baitkiller 07-03-2012 10:36 AM

I am proud of you for not whipping it at his head.

strife 07-03-2012 12:08 PM

yeah, that's crap. should have gotten his boat numbers and reported him to the dnr.

johnboyy7 07-03-2012 1:01 PM

amen. they will prolly be the poeple that would quit goin to the lake cuz if became to trashy.

cowwboy 07-03-2012 1:05 PM

That is something that drives me crazy!

bjames 07-03-2012 1:08 PM

I along with 4 other boats were stationary waiting for our trucks to be backed into the water to retreive our boats as a storm started to come in. I was just sitting there for about 10 min or so looking towards the shore waiting, then I happen to look to the left and saw a small single person 12' sail boat full speed towards me forcing me to slam the boat into reverse. He passed in front of me yelling "get the f**k out of my way. If I haddent looked over, he would have hit me for sure. The a$$ clown who was driving the sail boat shopuld know how to steer around sitting obstacles. Thank god I was not anchored or he would of hit me.

vette74 07-03-2012 1:49 PM

Bryan, Sail boats only have the right of way if 2 vessels are under way. If you are parked he has to go around you. But I would have done the same thing. He as no insurance and a $400 boat and could care less if it scratches yours.

bjames 07-03-2012 3:11 PM

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Originally Posted by vette74 (Post 1764716)
Bryan, Sail boats only have the right of way if 2 vessels are under way. If you are parked he has to go around you. But I would have done the same thing. He as no insurance and a $400 boat and could care less if it scratches yours.

No kidding... The guy didnt even have a vehical to pull his boat. He looked rediculous pulling his sail boat by hand on what looked like a DYI trailer. I saw him stopped at the rail crossing waiting for the train to clear, then also saw him about 4 blocks into town still pulling his sail boat.:D

mikeski 07-03-2012 3:21 PM

I gave up on Don Pedro years ago... too many aholes

jarrod 07-03-2012 3:40 PM

I gave up on lakes years ago.

srock 07-06-2012 6:30 AM

Thanks for taking a stand and your child will be fine. My dad was a similar man as you and as a child there were many "little" situations where I saw him do what was right. Sometimes it was a helping hand other times it as taking a stand or speaking up. While sometimes uncomfortable for me as a child I ultimately began to recognize that the right thing is not always the easiest or most comfortable solution. As I got older people talked about the respect and admiration they had for my father. Seems like a lot of "little" right things he did were big things to others.


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