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If only I could respond to this thread with the respect and dignity it so richly deserves. Certainly, an airplane has a fan (of sorts) on the front, and I'm sure jet engines have a fan stage in the front. Open the hood on a car and the engine has a fan on the front. The grill on Britney Spears limo occasionally has a fan on the front, and all these things do move fast.
Sailboats, however, I'm not so sure. I once saw a sailboat with a drunken Jimmy Buffett fan on the front, shirtless, sunburned, and bellowing Margaritaville like a Bears fan on New Years Day, but the sailboat did not seem to move any faster.
It is possible that a new product, FARTINACAN, c Stevie Beans, Chew wah wah Mexico, might fill the jib if released all at once, or just force the boat to run away. Feeding the Buffett fan six bean buritto's will have the same effect. It IS a wind phenomenon.
I would LOVE to see foam that's lighter than air. I would love to see a float made of it in the shape of a drugged out pseudo scientist flying in the Macy's parade, just behind Fritz the Cat.
The fan on the sailboat will only work during the Aurora Borealis when Saturn is in for oil change.