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Something everyone will enjoy :)

So I hope.you can read this its from my phone.. but u was just messin around.


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Sailboat cruisin to the sunset.
Any one else got somethin?


Copyright jaymckay ent. 2012 lol
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Re: Something everyone will enjoy :)

Heh -- that's clever: a sailboat seen beam on with spinaker, sailing toward a setting sun. I'm not sure what the last two forward slashes are supposed to be, though.

Nevertheless, its a nice bit of ASCII art.
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Heh -- that's clever: a sailboat seen beam on with spinaker, sailing toward a setting sun. I'm not sure what the last two forward slashes are supposed to be, though.
Nevertheless, its a nice bit of ASCII art.
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Heh -- that's clever: a sailboat seen beam on with spinaker, sailing toward a setting sun. I'm not sure what the last two forward slashes are supposed to be, though.

Nevertheless, its a nice bit of ASCII art.
I think the two forward slashes is Sharps Island Light!
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I think the two forward slashes is Sharps Island Light! Sharps Island Light - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ha! If it isn't Sharps Island Lighthouse it shoulda been! Good one!
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