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I''m surprised, shocked and appalled you don''t know Gordon Sumner. Perhaps I should start a new thread...."win a cookie and guess the true identity of Gordon Sumner".

Hey, it''s only 131 days, 18 hours and 55 minutes until spring launch but who''s counting.
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OK, send me the book and I''ll send you the precision gear pamphlets. Fair is fair, huh?When finished with the book, I''ll find it a new reader before it goes back to Denr and his sticky fingers. (Sorry, couldn''t resist.) I''m sure Duane Mesmer-Ising could use a good winter''s read.
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okay, guys...this poverty stricken artist has a slip and a mortgage to pay for, so I gotta do some "coloring for a while.
You know Rod Stewart has a good "sailor" song too..as well as the old Loggins and Messina...
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Kokopelli -- OK on the work. But holler when you can come out and play.

Denr -- Gordon Sumner is the real name of Sting. Touche. Chalk one up for Google!
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much rather be playing... :-( Don''t have too much fun without me...
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one last thing...32 days before my estimated splash...are you jealous?
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No ''cause I''m still in the water and so long as it don''t freeze around her... One more song: CCR''s Come on the Rising Wind!
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pirateofcapetown:

You bastard, you''re still in the water, I hope the flees of a 1000 camels invade your armpits. Will you take me sailing if I come to Massachusetts next month on business?


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Tristan Jones once said that every voyage needs a purpose. It would indeed be my honor to fill that requirement with your request. You supply the music, and NO FLEES!
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Wonderful posts, thank you. Since I have everything that Jimmy Buffet made, I''m going with the other 8 requests. I''ll take it to winmax.com and make me a maiden voyage CD. Make sure to help me on my next post. Within safe operating limits of course, what is the best adult beverage to enjoy a sail with?
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