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Re: why I like Sailnet

I don't spray- i roll and tip. acceptably... and infrequently. And i don't recruit child labour to do it.
I repeat, keep up, will ya?
You brought up giu... i didn't. Don't try to make your problem my problem.

Oh, and how you got guys in drag is beyond me, unless you have no idea what a pinnace or a pirogue is, in which case i weep for the state of Texas education, oxymoronic as "Texas education" appears to be, with the accent on the moronic.
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I don't spray- i roll and tip. acceptably... and infrequently. And i don't recruit child labour to do it.
I repeat, keep up, will ya?
You brought up giu... i didn't. Don't try to make your problem my problem.

Oh, and how you got guys in drag is beyond me, unless you have no idea what a pinnace or a pirogue is, in which case i weep for the state of Texas education, oxymoronic as "Texas education" appears to be, with the accent on the moronic.
THIS is why I like SN!

(Hint - look at the Latin, eh?)
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Has minne been properly brought into the SN mold......show us your.........ooops..... that i the SA induction........ie wifes, sister, GF, daughters ....ummm .........errrr......well any who, time for bed for this here irish/welsh type person.............
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Show us your Admiral's dorades?
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Is this where I post a pic of my second favorite pair of brown boobies?

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I like S/N for the weird insider arguments that I have no idea wtf the references mean.

That, and the complimentary stale pretzels put out for free.
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Re: why I like Sailnet

Now, those are "great" fuzzy, but I like mine "oriental"


Personally, I love SN because it's both serious enough to learn from and friendly enough to have a laugh with mates local and abroad.
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Re: why I like Sailnet

I like sailnet because I'm looking forward to the complimentary punch and pie. I was told there was going to be punch and pie and I'm not leaving till I get it!

And it gives me something to do at work... I've gotten really good at sailing this desk!
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