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Re: Bob Perry's take on Wolfenzee's dream boat

Originally Posted by bobperry View Post
There seems to be an attitude expressed by some here that if you don't do it my way you are a fool. My way is the only right way and your way is stupid....
Is something I run into alot on just about every forum topic....ironically alot of these people are totally clueless, weekend sailors basing their information on what the marketing industry feeds them. To paraphrase that "My way is right and anyone who thinks otherwise is wrong in anything they say."

With our culture closing in on our freedoms of self..boating is one of the few ways left we can express our individuality, if we do not allow ourselves to be manipulated by the marketing industry and herded into cookie cutter boats and ideals.

In other words there are alot of different ways to achieve the same ends

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