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And sailors don't make up lies and constantly change our story...............
That's for fish catchers!!
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Hot Chicks on sailboats read books
Hot Chicks on power boat read magazines

Hot Chicks on sailboats are blonde, all over their body
Hot Chicks on power boats are blonde on their head only

Hot Chicks on sailboats have an IQ over 130, and wish they could be a Mensa member
Hot Chick on power boats think IQ is the men's magazine their captain reads

Hot Chicks on sailboats like having sex
Hot Chicks on power boats are used for sex (who cares really)
Hot Chicks with posers read between the lines

Hot Chicks with posers pull-out their hair, dealing with the poser

Hot Chicks with posers must have IQs over 130, because...

Hot Chicks don't have sex with posers

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The best minds discuss sailing (and a little bit of politics). I don't know why. It's a mystery!
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Heh Heh Heh! Good one Bene
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There you go working with a closed mind again. Not all sailboat chicks are blonde!
True, you got me with that one. Good call.
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For sailors, it's second nature, but poser boaters have trouble deciphering.

oh ya...and sailors have sailboats.


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Bene - That may be a bit too much boat. This may be more appropriate:



The sad thing is that whenhe grows up he may get a boat and have a legitimate question and nobody will believe it.


Naaa. Never mind... he won't

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Real sailors don't have cookie cutter production boats.
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Any C&C 30 MkII owners out there ???
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C&c 30 Mkii

I have been looking for a 30 MKII for a while now, and haven't had any luck finding one in reasonable shape, and a reflective price.

Could you send me information on your boat?

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I'm brand new to sailing, and we are looking to jump right in. We want a Tayana 37 or 42.

Later folks.




The boats you are looking for could not be more "cookie cutter." I guess that says all that needs to be said about you being a real sailor!


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SG,

You're just not winning any points at all. Maybe you need to tack, and try another approach. Seems like these accidental gybes are tearing the boat apart. I would suggest some sailing lessons, and a WEE BIT of manners thrown in will serve you much better...... ....i2f

20 MPH ain't fast unless, you do it in a 1000sq 3/2 house on 10foot waves
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