My favorite part was Brian's Mom being made into an end table! Or the song and dance to "Rhode Island Bound" on the train. A classic episode for sure.
posted by commander cody at 12:01 PM on August 24
What can I say, she was a lot cuter then Ginger anyday! besides it's not too creepy, I mean it's not like she was underage! Scheeeesh!
posted by commander cody at 08:57 PM on August 23
posted by commander cody at 08:51 PM on August 23
lol...guilty as charged.
posted by commander cody at 07:38 PM on August 23
ADOPT ME. I can BBQ pretty damn good. And you can give me a funny Gilligan hat and slap my head whenever you want. Now on the other hand if there are any young ladies on this board that bear a resemblance to Mary Ann, well then I'm sure some sort of "adoption" could be arranged. Perhaps even a stranding on a deserted island!
posted by commander cody at 02:37 PM on August 23
He can steal the wife if he wants, but not my boat!
posted by commander cody at 02:50 PM on August 22
Sailing would be fun and certainly cheaper, but as I say I don't know if I'm cut out to sail and the wife is adamant that she won't do any work on it at all as far as running it, so it looks like a power boat for sure. Even if we decide not to get this particular one we're still going to be looking since the goal is to live on it after we retire in about 5-7 years and moor it in Zihuatanejo Mexico in the winter and off Catalina in the summer. If we get a good used boat now we can have it paid off by then and we'll have no real housing expenses so we should be able to at least move up and down the west coast OK. Oh and Weedy I can already BBQ pretty good myself and with my luck in 6 months you and my wife would putt into port and say "Commander who? Don't know what you're talking about? We're the only two that have ever been on board."
posted by commander cody at 02:08 PM on August 22
Well the boat I'm looking at is at Marina del Rey which is on the Pacific ocean, so I guess I do have some water to play around with without running into too many things. Still I'm not so sure if I'm cut out to be a real sailor. Of course it'd be a lot cheaper when we head down to Cabo with it. Ye gods that'd cost more then $1000 bucks in fuel...each way! Besides I know the wife has no intention of "sailing", she wants power.
posted by commander cody at 09:56 PM on August 21
That's because most of the people who have them can relate to the name when they see how much it costs to keep them going. I guess I could get a sailboat, but I don't know how to sail. A stinkpot putt putt I could figure out, but sailing....I don't know....
posted by commander cody at 08:36 PM on August 21
I heard that. Strangly enough my wife actually loves the idea now, but I'm not so sure if she will after she finds out what it'll cost beyond the purchase price. I haven't told her yet that it won't probably get much better then one mile to the gallon.
posted by commander cody at 04:51 PM on August 21
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