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Topic Review (Newest First)
10-18-2012 04:37 PM
Tinboat
Re: Schucker 40''s

It may be an old post but I found the information useful
02-24-2008 05:25 PM
camaraderie Shuck...Mangez Moi!
02-24-2008 04:47 PM
Schuckerman How about you ask members:

3. To look at the date of the thread in case it's not something you want to read since we all know what assuming does


Sorry, I'm just having a little fun.
02-24-2008 02:53 PM
camaraderie Schuckerman...there is no rule against reviving dead threads and dead threads can contain lots of good information for review.
That said...many of us here click on "latest posts" and end up reading a long thread and responding to the initial posts without realizing the dated nature of the posts....only to find we have wasted our time. So...we ask that members:
1. Post a new thread when possible OR
2. Make it clear in their post that they KNOW they are reviving a dead thread so that the rest of us will take note. If you don't do this...the rest of us may assume you don't know that you are responding to one and act accordingly.
02-24-2008 01:58 PM
Schuckerman Bring a bottle of coconut rum and we'll discuss it
Scott
02-24-2008 01:50 PM
Freesail99
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I'm doing a load of wash and getting some ice out of the ice maker for my drink why you're sailing rings around me
So if I can sail around you, now I am not saying I can, but if I can, can you do my wash ? (g)
02-24-2008 01:31 PM
Schuckerman "Don't revive old threads... If the thread is more than a year old... let it lie.."

Okay Mr Moderator and Associates. Since you've picked on a fellow Schucker owner and I've seen you get on others for reviving an old thread, I have a question. Why doesn't the system delete threads older than a year if it's that important to you? Otherwise, what's the big deal. Inquiring minds want to know

And for those who make fun of our slow but comfortable boats, here's what I once told an old sailing buddy. He was sailing ahead of us in his Morgan 382 and making fun of how our boat sailed. He calls on the Vhf and says "I can sail rings around your boat". I said, that's true. But I'm doing a load of wash and getting some ice out of the ice maker for my drink why you're sailing rings around me

Scott
02-22-2008 07:44 PM
sailingdog
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Originally Posted by camaraderie View Post
Yeah...I mean EACH of Dawg's hulls goes that fast!
LOL... And the speed is additive...
02-22-2008 04:22 PM
camaraderie Yeah...I mean EACH of Dawg's hulls goes that fast!
02-22-2008 03:40 PM
sailingdog Good point... LOL..
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jeff_H View Post
And just for the record, a forty footer doing 5 knots in 15 knots of wind is so absurdly slow that one might easily say, Schuckers don't sail.

Respectfully,
Jeff
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