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By p-man / Thursday 27 August 2009 07:34 / United States
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By  onigiriqueen  |  8

WHY WOULD YOU BRING THOSE THINGS WITH YOU ON A BOAT?! I get not having a safe place to put them-- but then why the HELL would you *jump out* of that boat and risk something happening to all of your shit? My GOD YDI for being such a dumbass!!! >_

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Ok, so here's how you get your shit back. go out over the lake again and call your cell phone, follow the sound and once you find the cell phone I'm sure your keys will be close as well. Problem solved

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  heavenandhell  |  7

ydi for not getting back in the boat from the back of the boat. and thers nothing wrong with bringing electronics onboard i do that all the time even on a canoe but hers the trick put them in the waterproof case that your suppost to have on a boat by law. well depending where you live

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  leaper66  |  10

Would would you bring your valuables? I can't go anywhere without my ipod but I got into a boat I would left all my electronics and personal belongings that I didn't need on the shore. You went out to have a good boat ride and to have some summer fun, put away the electronics for 10 minutes 8-)

By  onigiriqueen  |  8

WHY WOULD YOU BRING THOSE THINGS WITH YOU ON A BOAT?! I get not having a safe place to put them-- but then why the HELL would you *jump out* of that boat and risk something happening to all of your shit? My GOD YDI for being such a dumbass!!! >_

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  tommykUD  |  8

It's a lot easier to call for help on a cell phone than screaming your head off for help. That's why you bring a cell phone on a boat. Smart move by the OP to bring the cell phone on board.

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  camster8393  |  6

ziplock bag would not keep phone and keys from sinking if the boat flipped... it would just keep them dry as they fell. they would still be lost at the bottom of the lake.

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  SmittyJA24  |  5

Just what I was thinking; TYVM. Haven't been on a boat much, YDI?? Next time you want a boat ride, call Carnival, Royal Caribbean, Princess, Costa... Awww, you won't be allowed to "jump in" from the sides of THOSE boats.

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