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|10-05-2009 07:55 PM|
Why do people care if you resurrect an old thread?? Adding info to a thread is always good IMHO...
I use the search, pull up a thread and read it. Who cares how old it is, info is info!
|02-01-2008 10:05 AM|
It's just a sore point with the Dog and might have reached the fetish stage of development. (g) We did have a problem awhile back with old threads being revived where the guy was looking for a sunfish, three years ago! Dog brings far more to the table than most, for which we are grateful, and so we tolerate some of his little idiosyncrocies. You're correct on this thread though, a point Dog surely realizes now. He's cool.
|02-01-2008 09:53 AM|
Originally Posted by sailingdog View Post
Just my opinion. (Now, to go find old threads to revive...JUST KIDDING!)
|01-26-2008 03:48 PM|
|uspirate||Wow, I suddenly feel young again, as if i passed through a time warp to the past|
|01-26-2008 03:25 PM|
Originally Posted by dancy8888 View Post
|01-26-2008 01:13 PM|
(and isn't your keel just part of your mast already? he he)
|01-26-2008 01:11 PM|
Jaysus, Mary and the Saints...
Keel stepped off course, unless you need to have an "easy to remove mast" because of where you sail.
IF I were to go on a crossing, I would never go with a deck stepped.
|01-26-2008 01:03 PM|
If you guys want to read up more on this topic, we've been discussing it every so often for a while now:
|01-26-2008 12:53 PM|
|deepblueme||I agree with you xort, I always wondered about the deck vs keel and just figured keel was always better.|
|01-26-2008 12:29 PM|
I'm glad it was brought back. I appreciated Jeff's disertation. I wasn't around in 2002 and wouldn't necessarily have found this in a search.
I see noting wrong in bringing back an old thread if there's new info to discuss.
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