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Anchor failure and use of a handgun result in loss of cruising yacht...

April fools

How many views do you think I'll get with that title. hehe...

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Re: Anchor failure and use of a handgun result in loss of cruising yacht...

I knew it, the title is just too good to be true.
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That was good!
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Re: Anchor failure and use of a handgun result in loss of cruising yacht...

I figured it had the three best elements of a Sailnet thread:

1: Loss of a Yacht. Man we eat that stuff UP!.
2: Anchor. I still can't resist reading every anchor thread.
3: Guns. Don't usually read them, but most do.

Did I miss any ingredients for the perfect thread?

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Re: Anchor failure and use of a handgun result in loss of cruising yacht...

Yup, all day long
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Re: Anchor failure and use of a handgun result in loss of cruising yacht...

you needed to add something about taxes or some regulation they want to put on boats.. then it would have been a perfect storm
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Re: Anchor failure and use of a handgun result in loss of cruising yacht...

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Sweet I caught a mountaintrout. Do I have to release it?

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What about crimping?
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Re: Anchor failure and use of a handgun result in loss of cruising yacht...

I solder my connections and use wire nuts, but only for critical applications below the waterline and aloft above the 3rd spreaders.
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Re: Anchor failure and use of a handgun result in loss of cruising yacht...

Good one!

How about:
  • Best keel type?
  • What makes a bluewater boat?

Seems they get re-hashed quite a bit...
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