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    Quote Originally Posted by freakerz View Post
    if the ship sinks..
    Women and children first :eek:

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    Or go the Costanza way and push everyone, walk over the grannies and get out first! (then mention how you led the way to safety)

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    Hopefully it's not a rowboat.

    Or a canoe.

    Nah but seriously I'd be concerned about power. How big is this boat?
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    literally, this was posted about 3 minutes before i was going to post it. i'm slowing down.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7yfISlGLNU

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    Quote Originally Posted by laurens View Post
    This would be great indeed, especially if there are old people, they'll get down and dirtyyyy!

    But honestly, love that band, will have to get their album, funny stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karlos Santos View Post
    Women and children first :eek:
    Midi controllers first

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    Quote Originally Posted by BentoSan View Post
    Midi controllers first
    Ya I agree Midi controllers first the children and women can wait lol

    but on a serious note

    I have djed on a couple boats and the only thing thats different is people falling over so be sure your stuffs on a sturdy stand or table and that your speakers wont fall over maybe dont put them on stands ......other then that theres really nothing that can go wrong unless you get sea sick and barf all over your equipment lol then your screwed

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    thanks for all the help guys..
    im gunna go buy some slip mats for all my gear and make sure i have a power board with a surge protector.
    and probably get some hookers, i already have all the blow i need haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfet View Post
    thanks for all the help guys..
    im gunna go buy some slip mats for all my gear and make sure i have a power board with a surge protector.
    and probably get some hookers, i already have all the blow i need haha
    siic! Sounds like a plan.

    Some seasickness tablets could be a winner if your not used to the swell. Or just do more coke. Seasickness rails FTW

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