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GUEST,concerened BS: Are Atheists really Atheists or...... (358* d) RE: BS: Are Atheists really Atheists or...... 11 Apr 13

Well, that will be no loss , if you insist on being childish.But just a coupla things to blow you out of the water..again

Again you choose to misinterpret what I say: something people like you do when you are backed into a corner..
I did not say that you was a maritime expert, I said you posed as one;a completley differant job.

Again I would argue, being an ex mariner myself, that someone who uses "sailor" as a prefix would be a little more than a sailboat sailor.Even then it is apparent that you are not even that.You have to be something of a maritime expert to work a sailing boat.You would have to have a working knowlege of wind, time and tide. when to tack and reef; ergo an expert.

I consider myself and my navy collegues immensly insulted by your unguarded crass remark:"
"A sailor does not have to have any expertise to be called a sailor. He merely has to sail in a sailboat or be crew on a ship"

That is an insult of the highest order to anyone who has sailed in the forces or the mercantile marine as a crew member.

That remark has just cost you any credibillity you ever had in this post.Never mind you not reading my posts I want nothing more to do with you.You have been exposed as an imposter, live with it..if you can.
Edt.... that is true, however, they do not usually go around calling themselves "sailor" therefore what I have said still stands.

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