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Re: What is the worst sailing or marine invention ever?

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How about those fancy what sits that prevent your halyards from slapping the aluminium mast. I assume every bodys got one but apparently they don't work worth a damm.
Perhaps, like a dictionary, they only work when they are used.

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What a time waster. A bunch of opinionated, uneducated, rude, internet know-it-alls.
Hey!! I don't know it all....

There must be something I don't know about!?

Oh Yah! Women.... I know very little about the female gender
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Re: What is the worst sailing or marine invention ever?

When you figure that one out, kindly let me know:-)
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Re: What is the worst sailing or marine invention ever?

The engine, it ruined sailing and yacht design forever
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Re: What is the worst sailing or marine invention ever?

oh nooooooooooooooooooooooooooo wait for it a tsunami of HATERS! jajaja
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