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Can someone explain what timely is about? I either have too little or too much of it...

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as a general rule we do not delete all of someone's posts if they leave the site, especially since valuable information is often contained in threads that enriches all of the Sailnet members and deleting the first post in a thread deletes the entire thread.
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Jeezzze!

A couple days at sea, a few problems, and I miss everything!

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He big man, big boat...me horny...ummm I lova da my man Portugalo
Do you really want to get into that?

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Sounds to me like mommy was itching to give somebody a good spanking. Sailnet provided the excuse.
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Jeezzze!

A couple days at sea, a few problems, and I miss everything!

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He big man, big boat...me horny...ummm I lova da my man Portugalo
Do you really want to get into that?

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Fuzzy....shhhhh! we're trying for a timely death!
Of all the many and varied forms of carking it available that one would seem the most acceptable.

Sounds teddibly teddibly British. "I say old chap, seems like a timely moment to run down the curtain and join the choir invisubule what ?"

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Now you are just hurting my feelings go ahead and delete me too! HA!

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Look out , Look out he cried, its - Weapons of Miss Deletion .

Could this be a storm in a D Cup ?


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Sounds to me like mommy was itching to give somebody a good spanking. Sailnet provided the excuse.
Reluctantly, I'm going with exort on this one. Classic T.A. negative controlling parent / adapted child transaction. This young mans challenges have nothing to do with his boat's equipment and honing his sailing skills. Oh yeah, right, forgot, this thread should die. Sorry...

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Quite possible that he had a bad day too. All I ask, from now on, is that if you have a bad day - scream at Sailaway21. He enjoys it. Some comment about 'I love Hillary' really helps.

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