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Re: Why no Sailnet swag?

For those that decide to come and join the fun at the Sailnet Chesapeake Rendezvous, you could be among those who have the opportunity to sample "Gary's Stovetop Kaluah," which in not available on the West Coast.



This product has amazing, anti-aging, side effects. Just two small glasses enjoyed by Cheftosail (Dave) and his wife resulted in remarkable and dramatic physical changes.



Hope to see you at the rendezvous,

Gary
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For those that decide to come and join the fun at the Sailnet Chesapeake Rendezvous, you could be among those who have the opportunity to sample "Gary's Stovetop Kaluah," which in not available on the West Coast.



This product has amazing, anti-aging, side effects. Just two small glasses enjoyed by Cheftosail (Dave) and his wife resulted in remarkable and dramatic physical changes.



Hope to see you at the rendezvous,

Gary
I am laughing so hard I almost fell of my chair. You are too much.

Hey your Kaluah was great. We appreciate the bottle you left with us. Now I need the recipie so I can stay forever young like you. I have you down for a slip. You definately added character and fun to our get together last year and we all are glad you are comming. I no you will have many stories. Hopefully we hang out anchored somewhere before the Rondevous.
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Re: Why no Sailnet swag?

Someone correct me if I'm wrong here.

There used to be some stuff about. When I joined they sent me a sticker, could have been used as a bumper or window sticker. There were also T-shirts for sale.

Then the shite hit the fan, the internet bubble burst, Sailnet went belly up, lot's of drama, C&C forums when out on their own, I lost my Robgallagher@sailnet.net email address, the stickers went the way of the rotary phone, the thee men I admire most, the Father, Son and Holy Ghost took the last train for the coast and we started singing bye bye Miss American pie.

Bring back the Swag for fukcs sake!
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Someone correct me if I'm wrong here.

There used to be some stuff about. When I joined they sent me a sticker, could have been used as a bumper or window sticker. There were also T-shirts for sale.

Then the shite hit the fan, the internet bubble burst, Sailnet went belly up, lot's of drama, C&C forums when out on their own, I lost my Robgallagher@sailnet.net email address, the stickers went the way of the rotary phone, the thee men I admire most, the Father, Son and Holy Ghost took the last train for the coast and we started singing bye bye Miss American pie.

Bring back the Swag for fukcs sake!
Here i thought it left with the " Last train to Clarksville"
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Here i thought it left with the " Last train to Clarksville"
The loss of that email address really pissed me off. It was my primary email address, it was free, it was sailing related, and it was my name. I had to go and change all my stuff. Bastards!
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