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Old 05-28-2013
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Re: Is Sailing Sexist?

linked in--i would call it more like cpr---you go and do it and succeed --or fail....but ye dont give up or quit.

that isnt sexist--is commonsensist...lol

is a grande thing that sailing is sexist--we ladies can don skimpies and go buy parts in some places--ie, specialty places, like propellers shops, for less than half brand new price....lol....is a GOOD thing...
also, for opening csx railroad bridges--a soft sexy lady voice produces results whereas a man voice yields delay. i learned that in louisiana.....lol


so, ladies--donot diss sexism--it works in our favor more often than not.....rodlmao
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