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post #24 of Old 01-04-2011
chall03
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'Pommy' is a slang term used alot here in Australia.... meaning something is British. It derives from POM ( prisoner of Mother England).

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Originally Posted by coreywoodworking View Post
This thread starts out functionally enough, a member asking about PS ratings on running rigging. But then it slides into a personal conversation between three, one of whom is a moderator. Isn't the the realm of private messages?

That's what killed the first Sailnet. Lots of good questions, lots of good replies, but then an occasional few, glued to their keyboards (like the Telstar 28) chatting with their buddies, and generating more messages than real sail content.
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