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Tempting

Wow. I visit here less often than I used to, and I haven't logged in since 12/9/10, and there have been 23,772 posts since then. Don't any of you have jobs?

I converted to power at the behest of my family, and I sold my sailboat in March of 2010 to a guy who raced it for one season and has now put it back up for sail. As I say, tempting...........
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Now is your chance to redeem yourself.......seize it!

Hey it looks like you have been around here long enough to know that no we don't have jobs or anything better to do
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The the cost of fuel is climbing I would have stuck to the Sail boat

But you could think of this an opprotunity to acquire a more appropriate Sail boat for your needs....
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oh, luke!!! you felt the power of the dark side!!! its not to late to come back!!!
oh, and what, loafing about on SN isnt a job?!?! Drat
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....oh, and what, loafing about on SN isnt a job?!?! Drat
It's a job...... but it doesn't pay very well!
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Faster, pm me when you are hiring.... a gallon of wind doesnt cost very much...
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You missed that 1 week or so when SD didn't post...
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I have been sailing since I was 12 years old and now I am 67, and I figure I have sailed over 200,000 miles, and I am just now getting started, lets say stink boats get 500 miles on 50 gal (just saying) thats about 4000 gal at averagae $2 per, thats alot of mo-la, so now you know how we all can spend so much time on SN.-------come back to sailing , its better for the world
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I have been sailing since I was 12 years old and now I am 67, and I figure I have sailed over 200,000 miles, and I am just now getting started, lets say stink boats get 500 miles on 50 gal (just saying) thats about 4000 gal at averagae $2 per, thats alot of mo-la, so now you know how we all can spend so much time on SN.-------come back to sailing , its better for the world
With boat diesel now fully taxed for propulsion and heading for 1.50Euro a liter there is little temptation to take you to the side of the windless over here in the Rip off Republic.
Even saw a trawler owner trying to fit an old Genoa to a makeshift mast.
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