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Old 09-14-2012
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Re: spare anchor

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This is all supposed to be casual entertainment. I try not to take much of it very seriously, vendor claimed or otherwise. I just like escaping mentally into sailing. When I pick up a good idea, andni often do, I always check it out independently anyway. -Minniewaska
Minnie, I respect your comment and opinions. I recognize that your outlook is shared by others also.

In our integrated society where ideas and free speech abound mine is but one of many. While I respect your opnion not to get to serious about this internet thing, I am sure that you would respect mine as you have in the past. There are others I am sure who have similar questions. The fact that I am asking these questions does not take away from my passion for sailing or make me too serious about this as you may be stating.

In my three questions, one of them is that I would like to know what is happening to my information on this site, a question which many people ask in todays world. Not unreasonable a questions and certainly not to serious of one.

We still need to have that margarita together. Sorry you wont be down this year for the sailboat show in Annapolis. Guess it may have to wait till we come up north again during next years long Island sound vacaction.

Dave
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