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T, I guess you were not worth a response.
He went with the guy who sails Sunfishes.
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Explains him not responding to the question about the boat I guess.
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T34C,
I have been a member of Sailnet for a long time and I have never seen anyone post as much ******** as you. I know this is all you have in life because any normal person would only post to subjects they can contribute usable information. You have no interest in crewing, my guess is you spend only a few hours on the water all year, why respond? Why do you respond to post for crew for long distance trips with a sorry you can't make it, just don't post. I would like to see a show of hands from anyone who thinks T34C is posting anything usefull. I don't know your background and I don't know you personaly I am just responding about the BS you post.

By the way the boat is a Carrera 29...

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Here's a "hand" in favor of T34.
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I have been a member of Sailnet for a long time and I have never seen anyone post as much ******** as you. I know this is all you have in life because any normal person would only post to subjects they can contribute usable information. You have no interest in crewing, my guess is you spend only a few hours on the water all year, why respond? Why do you respond to post for crew for long distance trips with a sorry you can't make it, just don't post. I would like to see a show of hands from anyone who thinks T34C is posting anything usefull. I don't know your background and I don't know you personaly I am just responding about the BS you post.

By the way the boat is a Carrera 29...

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You clearly have a chronic case of Cranialinsarectum. Let me translate...never mind you figure it out. 1. Don't give a damn how long you've been a member of sailnet, you''re useless. 2. I'll compare log books of time on the water any day. 3. You don't know **** about my interest in crewing. 4. I was asked to make that post about a crewing in Portugal by G- after more than a few converstions with him about the trip. Once again, you don't know ****. 5. If you don't like the "BS" I post, don't read it.
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Frenzy,

Not really sure where your head is at....but it seems to be a very dark place. I certainly don't understand your attack on T34. He seems to have quite a few people that do listen to him here, and I will raise my hand for him.

As I did not recognize Frenzy I thought that I should see what you have posted. It seems you mostly post looking for crew. For some reason, are you having a problem keeping them? If your crew is subjected to this type of crap I would understand your losing them.

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Bravo Tommyt... well said... Must be a reason he's having trouble keeping crew... If all the crew are leaving, chances are it ain't the crew that's the problem.
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