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03-10-2007 09:23 PM
Giulietta
Quote:
Originally Posted by PBzeer
Do that on the floor, and you have to clean it up !!!!!

ahahahahah

That's a Portuguese supersticious saying that means " Gee...turn your mouth the other way....damn"....

Its used to say whatever you are saying...say it in the other direction....like "knocking on wood", but reversed...
03-10-2007 09:17 PM
PBzeer Do that on the floor, and you have to clean it up !!!!!
03-10-2007 09:13 PM
Giulietta
Quote:
Originally Posted by PBzeer
7 days, if a blizzard don't blow through and strand you there for another week.

PORRA VIRA PARA LÁ ESSA BOCA......IRRA!!!!:D
03-10-2007 09:03 PM
PBzeer 7 days, if a blizzard don't blow through and strand you there for another week.
03-10-2007 09:01 PM
Giulietta
Quote:
Originally Posted by PBzeer
Went out to swing the compass on the new autopilot and finish the calibration, but it was too nice a day for sailing to motor around in circles.

7 days....7 days.....I'll be sailing....7 days.....

I have been wanting to circle too, for calibration...since September!!!!
know the feeling
03-10-2007 08:54 PM
PBzeer Went out to swing the compass on the new autopilot and finish the calibration, but it was too nice a day for sailing to motor around in circles.
03-10-2007 08:48 PM
Giulietta
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Originally Posted by PBzeer
Perhaps it is time to RIP the doggie duo. Instead, we could talk about the lovely sail I had today. It looked like every J boat ever built was out in the Bay today. Mylar sails shining, kites 'aflying, zooming away, hither, thither and yon. Quite a sight.

Saw one catamaran out there that had a flag so big, we thought it was a mizzen sail. A solo female, manhandling about a 38 footer, with the 150 jenny about an inch off the water. All in all, an excellent afternoon of sailing. Especially after making a bit over $300 at the flea market in the morning.

Ahhhh PB you lucky man.....and me in Wyoming!!!!!!! Fred was also sailing today, with his buddies at CNL....

PB thanks for the post above
03-10-2007 08:44 PM
PBzeer Perhaps it is time to RIP the doggie duo. Instead, we could talk about the lovely sail I had today. It looked like every J boat ever built was out in the Bay today. Mylar sails shining, kites 'aflying, zooming away, hither, thither and yon. Quite a sight.

Saw one catamaran out there that had a flag so big, we thought it was a mizzen sail. A solo female, manhandling about a 38 footer, with the 150 jenny about an inch off the water. All in all, an excellent afternoon of sailing. Especially after making a bit over $300 at the flea market in the morning.
03-10-2007 08:40 PM
tdw [quote=Giulietta]I like fast racing sailboats because I like to feel the big powerful beast under my feet

Have you considered the possibility that you have fleas in your shoes ? Either that or Tinea.
03-10-2007 08:33 PM
Giulietta I like fast racing sailboats because I like to feel the big powerful beast under my feet

I just don't have an attitude problem
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