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Well Alex, your just as whinny as CD! Kidding!

I've been as involved as your are here in other internet forums and I've reached the same point your at more than once. I don't know why, but it always seems to happen. Human nature or something.

Take a break, enjoy yourself, Sailnet will be here when you come back. I for one greatly enjoy your input here (in my very limited time here) and wish you all the best.
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Alex,
I completely understand. You're one of the few people on this site that will be truly missed. Hopefully it won't take too long to recharge and you'll be back soon. Have some great sailing with your great family in the meantime.
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It's funny how the clueless one tells the other to get a life.
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I'd like to volunteer NautiG and ChucklesR for this very necessary task.

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Ah, Giu's right. He just needs a break. He get's burned out every so often, usually when denied the resources of a conveniently located IHOP, and there's nothing wrong with him that a good short stack, a rasher of bacon, four eggs over hard, some toast and hash-browns, and perhaps a side of omelet won't set right. In the meantime, he should fly to Michigan; we're going to stake out a couple of catamaran sailors over a bucket of blood this weekend to do a mosquito inventory. Should be great fun!

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would one trimaran sailor equal two catamaran sailors???...if so I know a dog that best go into hiding)
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Giu...thanks...the mods needed a vacation!!
Seriously...chill a bit and come back strong. You will be missed. All best to the family.

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I haven't been active on this list for too long, but I recognize a knowledgable contributer. Gui, (and I'd love to know how to pronounce that) I thank you for all of your hard work. If you're ever in Annapolis, let me know. You've got a bed, and a rum (maybe two if I'm feeling dangerously generous), and I'll bet Saltwater Suzi would even come up with a dinner. And you can't miss Cap'n Larry's World Famous Omelette!

We'll miss you - hurry back and to he** (ck) with the curmudgeons.

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