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Nah, we answered the question asked by the OP.. or I tried to anyways.. and it's not like Giu can't hold his own...we're just picking on him—much like he does to us...
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not true...not true..I do a lot of things... not as many as I wanted, because of work and being away some times, but I do a lot..

I installed the dodger, the mast steps, I repaired several things that broke...I do a lot actually...if I can't do it then someone else does it...but not normally
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You do know that I'm joking... right???

BTW, have you gotten the boom yet??? Huh... or did it get held up in customs... I know...they shipped it air freight via Continental airlines...
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Someday G, i'm going to sail over there and race you. I know i could win. Hull/displacment ratios won't matter....i am putting this special paint on the hull thats going to make my boat way faster! I have created a revolutionary electric/garden hose drive that runs on AAA batteries and completely recharges itself whenever i fart!
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not true...not true......I installed the dodger, the mast steps, I repaired several things that broke...I do a lot actually...if I can't do it then someone else does it...but not normally
That's cool, we'll have to call you Giu the Tool Man (here's a reference in case this joke is too parochial Tim Taylor (fictional character) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ) , but no drilling in the hull, and definitely no hammers...
by the way, what's with a French boom? Would you buy a Citroen? The guys at Selden Seldén Mast AB could have taken care of you...A French boom - that will be slow - it'll only work 32 hours a week..
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SC...you already won...I give up...I'm not racing against a guy that has an electric garden hose in his rectal cavity!!
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Thanks for that... I really didn't need to have that image stuck in my imagination... UGH...
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I guess i set myself up for that one huh? let's see...it recharges whenever i ah..uh.... A guy in my boatyard said the only other thing that would handle like my boat on BBay is a barge.....and he has a Catalina G....a Catalina. What an insult .
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Oh, great...now CD is gonna come charging in here... foaming at the mouth as usual.
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I guess i set myself up for that one huh? let's see...it recharges whenever i ah..uh.... A guy in my boatyard said the only other thing that would handle like my boat on BBay is a barge.....and he has a Catalina G....a Catalina. What an insult .
Hey its all sail area versus displacement, while Catalinas have some beef, they also usually have some mast...I would think that Buzzards bay is a good venue for your SC 31, you must enjoy the afternoon South-Westerlies that blow so often, with gusto.
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