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Actually it goes quite nice with sailing. Slow and easy on the days of just cruising and ripping at 6 to 8 knots with the sails up. Same feeling as going 40 in a stink pot!
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drunk drivers kill people, stoned drivers just miss their exits
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It can be kinda nice sailing solo thru the night in light air and calm waters with a really clear sky with all the stars shining down to burn one and kick back and lison to some pink floyed Dark Side Of The Moon. Not that I would know. (G)
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"What do you do with a stoned sailor?"

Lend him your cell phone to call 967-11-11
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Duh. Invite him over to share some Crunchy Cheetos!
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I love Crunchy Cheetos... so do the manatee's. They must be stoners too!
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And to think I always thought that sailing itself was the ultimate high, am I missing something?
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I had a friend get high when we were offshore on my boat. Just to mess with him I suggested he take a nap and enjoy the peace and quite. Once he went to bed I went on the intercom and make it sound like the Coast Guard was going to board us on “suspicion of drug trafficking”. He was so scared and messed up he just started eating his stash….until he saw me doubled over laughing.

He could have avoided all of that if he just would have offered me some!
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Holly Crap! And I thought dodging drunks on the water was fun! Something else to watch out for?........Note to self: Must buy BIG HONK'N stabilized binocs to look out for dilated eyeballs and Dorito encrusted pie holes! Geez, I hope all of this is tongue 'n cheek. Here of late, seems boating is aready becoming a 'contact' sport.

But what the hey, the 'Coasties' are simple minded yahoos anyway and never check out boating sites. So it should be pretty safe for an amitted 'stoner' to out themselves with boat name, manufacturer, length and cruising area for their recreational use of....thatever on a private site. Right?

Sorry for the rant, but as one that was almost run over in a 14' sailboat by 'Monstro ~ the sport fishing Moron'(no one on the bridge...for whatever reason), I fail to see any humor in the addition of what could be an unsafe element to the sport. Ignorance and inattentiveness already seem to reign supreme without adding another facet to the accident equation. Just MHO. Be safe out there.
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