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Re: Who from SailNet would you most like to meet in person?

A big HA! to both of you..

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Actually, I'll be down in Melbourne in July. Might see if we can catch up then
Please do - I look forward to it.. although I can't promise as positively luxurious a sail as is to be had on the Womboat.

..and keep in mind that I ain't the only Sailnetter down here.. just the most regular contributor. Perhaps it's because I was actually born in Sydney and just happen to live here, 'tis all..
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Re: Who from SailNet would you most like to meet in person?

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Gee.. nobody wants to meet little 'ol me...

That'd be right.
Oui! Don't be a bloody sook! I'm planning on meeting the whole lot of yous! Shrimp on the barbie my ass! Won't be no Fosters neither! It'll be snags, a Four and Twenty, and a VB or nothing at all!

Since I grew up in Melbourne, it's definitely on the list. Hopefully the S/V Gadfly will be at the St. Kilda marina when I'm there. He's a fellow Formosa 41 sailor with a great blog where he sails Austrazeeland and SE Aisa in search of alcohol and good SCUBA diving.

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Oui! Don't be a bloody sook! I'm planning on meeting the whole lot of yous! Shrimp on the barbie my ass! Won't be no Fosters neither! It'll be snags, a Four and Twenty, and a VB or nothing at all!

Since I grew up in Melbourne, it's definitely on the list. Hopefully the S/V Gadfly will be at the St. Kilda marina when I'm there. He's a fellow Formosa 41 sailor with a great blog where he sails Austrazeeland and SE Aisa in search of alcohol and good SCUBA diving.

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Sounds good to me, Med.

There's rather a lot of marina-building over at St Kilda at the minute. They've finally started on the extension, so they should be able to find a spot for you.. if not, look me up and I'll see what we can organise over at Willi.

Seriously though, you'd actually eat a Four and Twenty? There are much better pies to be had here nowadays. Methinks Melbourne has moved on a bit since you were last here.
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Seriously though, you'd actually eat a Four and Twenty? There are much better pies to be had here nowadays. Methinks Melbourne has moved on a bit since you were last here.
Naaaaw. They taste like crap! When I was showing my wife around Australia a few years ago I was telling her how bad the "snanus" pies were and we kept getting really good ones from local bakeries. I finally was able to get a four and twenty at the MCG and it was every bit as crap as I remember. Certainly does seem like the pie market has stepped it up quite a bit since I was a kid there.

The next question is have you improved on the hot dog? (not a snag, but a hot-dog) Can you get one now that isn't full of grey gristle and stains the bun pink? Those were horrible!

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All this talk has me craving real fish and chips.... Ummm.... flake and minimum chips.....
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The next question is have you improved on the hot dog? (not a snag, but a hot-dog) Can you get one now that isn't full of grey gristle and stains the bun pink? Those were horrible!

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All this talk has me craving real fish and chips.... Ummm.... flake and minimum chips.....
Nope. You can forget the hot-dogs.. but they're only sold to tourists anyways, so you have to expect that.

But flake and minimum chips we can do!! Just wait 'till you get here.
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Re: Who from SailNet would you most like to meet in person?

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Gee.. nobody wants to meet little 'ol me...

That'd be right.
Well, I would like to meet you. You have just to appear, I will not only offer you a beer but a lunch. In winter you can find me in Portugal, in the summer ... who knows?

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Hey Brent, have you ever done a write up on it?
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Yes , instructions for building on are in my book. Wolf Berg
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Wow! Their cheapest self-install kits are $4800 CAD!

How'd you get yours down to $700?
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Re: Who from SailNet would you most like to meet in person?

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Gee.. nobody wants to meet little 'ol me...
Hey.... considered this is a blessing.
Thanks Buddha and Golden Calf, I am not in anyone's list. Can you imgine the pressure this will bring? One needs to lose some wt, have face lift, get a liposuction and study the whole encyclopedia. ....LOL

This reminds me of "Better to keep your mouth closed and be thought a fool than to open it and remove all doubt"

I am with the old school and respect others privacy. I will simply write to the person I would like to meet in a PM. Ask him or her politely and state my objective to meet so s/he can make an informed decision if they are willing to meet with me. In today's internet age, no reply means not interested. I will move on and not to talk about it.

I certainly would not brag about how many sailors, sailnetees, famous celebrities that i I have met, nor I will brag about how many boat cards I have collected. Likewise, I don't disclose any conversation either except when I have the permission to do so. My father instilled this in my head long ago. For this reason, I hardly met anyone, except a couple individual. I am a stranger on Sailnet which is perfectly OK with me. I don't need to be famous on Sailnet. I just need to be the best sailor in the open sea.

However, whatever floats your boat, it is perfectly fine with me.
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Re: Who from SailNet would you most like to meet in person?

How about a New England meeting this summer at Marthas Vineyard? There is a good free anchorage at Edgartown / Chappaquiddick, and lots of bars & restaurants there.

I would suggest around the 4th of July as a default date.
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