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Topic Review (Newest First)
05-04-2008 12:46 AM
CalebD And I am just a cat that is neither man nor woman but certainly female. What gender the poster actually is is all paws.
Meow.
05-02-2008 01:26 PM
uspirate Nimfy has her own profile but posts under mine occasionally.
05-01-2008 08:02 PM
tdw I think the Ms Wombat posted here under my esteemed name while I was away but she's never had the urge to become a permanent SailNutter herself.

She does lurk occasionally and is a great fan of Alex's videos.
05-01-2008 12:54 PM
Yofy We both post under Yofy... just to keep everybody good and confused. I guess we're trying to save cyber space or something We do try to sign off with either Manny or Robyn at the end of the post to clarify.

Robyn
05-01-2008 11:35 AM
ReverendMike Not to hijack the hijack (well, yes, actually), but the Mrs. Reverend is registered as Kilowatt. She doesn't come here often, but then again, I don't much lately either.

BTW her 'name' was courtesy of Sailaway after the Chicago AFOC meet-up, so you may be certain her skin isn't too thin...
05-01-2008 11:33 AM
TrueBlue It's probably that same, perverse curiousity that makes a person slow down and take a closer look at roadkill as they're driving by it.
05-01-2008 11:24 AM
chucklesR I asked him to make my avatar based on my actual pic and a pic of a 'cat' that CD posted, so not a victim at all - and yes, I am indeed quite pleased with it. One must admit a certain, how do you say, repulsiveness but on the other hand I'll bet a lot of folks have captured it, and zoomed in
05-01-2008 11:11 AM
TrueBlue chuck's already a Giu PS victim . . . and apparently proud of it .

05-01-2008 11:08 AM
chucklesR
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Originally Posted by eryka View Post

Have a great European trip - are you going to post photos when you get back? And will they be photoshopped in Alex's unique style??
I couldn't imagine what you mean, photo's? photoshopping?
05-01-2008 11:05 AM
eryka Thanx Chuckles, we'll probably do that, perhaps later in the summer when the air's too light to move our heavy monohull. I've only sailed on a big cat twice and couldn't get used to the very different motion. But that was in the Caribbean in very different sea conditions from the Chesapeake, and I'd love to give it another chance.

Have a great European trip - are you going to post photos when you get back? And will they be photoshopped in Alex's unique style??
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