33 thoughts on “BOB – Burn Out Boat”

    • That’s what is I to thinks so too .

      I like very much to pee after I to drink. Yes yes
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      I like this site. I like you guys.

      So really.
      The fu*k happen to the boat?

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  1. Allo Englishrussians!

    I was going like JOYJOY!!1!!” when the previous post (something about interiour design) showed up in my feedreader in full (no “read more…” link). Now I guess it was a mere “accident”. Can’t you like do it for all your posts? Pretty szpasziba please???

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  2. Aluminum is not a great material for building a warship from, as the Brits discovered with HMS Sheffield in the Falklands War. It has a high thermal conductivity, low melting point and will readily burn if it gets hot enough.

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  3. these boats reminds me to a type of boat from c&c red alert (dont rememeber the name, the relatively small type with anti-aircraft missiles)

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  4. I don’t know what happened, but one thing is for sure, the heat must have been immense. Just look at the steel. If you know the that steel melts at 1570°C !!!

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  5. this does not mean that you can’t do anything when you find your yacht neglected and broken. Even if you’re not a trained mechanic, you can still pull off a boat repair. All you need is a good do-it-yourself guide and you are already well on your way to being a yacht repairer.

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  6. This vessel does not belong to the Russian Navy. You can clearly see the main deck is painted green. Russian Navy ships main decks are painted brown. This vessel belongs to the FSB Border Guard.

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