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IANHLND watch out!!

Ian,

Ahahahahahah I too now master the art of re-touching photos!!!

This is my father in law. He sails with me and never shuts up!!

He is the sweetest guy I ever met.

Unfortunately, as we hit 12 kts, he changes into ANTONIO THE PORTUGUESE VIKING!!!

Here is the before 12kts, and after 12kts!!
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Oh, Oh, more competition, I guess I had better chuck-it-in and go back to clam whisperer.
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I guess I had better chuck-it-in and go back to clam whisperer.

Ian. OK, what does this mean??
Another code thing???
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You need to practice some more..

Also, last I checked, Vikings didn't fly the Jolly Roger...

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SD, yes, sir!! Other than that.

This photo is full of Historical errors.

1) Vikings never came this far south
2) Cigars were brought to Europe by the Portuguese and Spanish, from the Caribbean Islands in 1500's, Vikings died of Diahorrea much sooner than that, and the remainig survivors opened up a yacht factory called Hallber Rassy.
3) The cruzades are dead
4) Real man don't wear sail gloves!!!

I am wondering.... who the hell is he then???

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Crusades aren't dead...just haven't had a reason to start them back up again...

BTW, we can't be sure it is a man wearing the gloves... could be a woman who needs to shave her legs really, really badly.

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SD I tell you, man , I am still laughing at the legs thing!!!
You are funny.

In fact yes, they were not eliminated. They fled to Portugal to TOMAR, after the ninth cruzade, when in 1292 the Pope ordered them dead in France, on a Friday 13 (thus the Friday 13 supersticion) and still are here. Some went to Malta, etc.

They fought the holly wars against the Mours.
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Ian. OK, what does this mean??
Another code thing???
No not code, you've heard of the "Horse Whisperer" and on the Discovery Channel or one of those there's the "Dog Whisperer", well I'm a clam whisperer. I go to the beach and whisper the clams to the surface. These are Pismo Clams ( I just learned to speak pismo a couple months ago) all exceeding 7 inches and about 1.5 lbs each.
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Hummmm look tasty!!

I love clams and clam soup. So you fish them by talking to them???

One day I tried that dog talking stuff, but eneded up talking to my legs!!

RUN FASTER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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