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Topic Review (Newest First)
08-27-2008 11:53 PM
sailaway21 Who's counting? (g)

(Like I've got only the one and I'm flogging the bejabbers out of it just to get by!)
08-27-2008 11:13 PM
camaraderie Ummmm...I think that was just one point Sway...not points.
08-27-2008 09:58 PM
sailaway21 R,
I am nothing if not verbose! Thanks for noticing my good points. (g)
08-27-2008 09:22 PM
rizzlenator
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Originally Posted by sailaway21 View Post
Rizzlenator!
Welcome! Your presence here is as welcome as your presence at 'Z' dock. Yes, someone has to be the designated adult and Tim needs to sleep sometime, so you're it. And even Tim chafes under the notion of maturity being a perpetual state of being.

I can think of no more appropriate question to begin your association with sailnet than the one I imagine you've proffered to your parents many times: If you love me as much as you say you do, why am I always at risk of drowning when around you? We at sailnet think this a perfectly reasonable line of inquiry without respect to the fact that it may be gratuitously divisive, incite animosity, disturb marital harmonies, and get Tim in a whole slew of trouble for starting the whole thing. We here at sailnet call such events entertainment.

Welcome on board!

little verbose Guy? Haha
08-26-2008 12:10 PM
Stillraining
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Originally Posted by captainrizzo View Post
Fun on a beam reach, but just fun to watch on a jibe!
Ah......maybe thats how the Vikings put men over fortified walls...
08-26-2008 09:55 AM
JohnRPollard
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Originally Posted by rizzlenator View Post
actually I never got dropped in the water...at least there are no fresh water sharks in Lake Michigan! (at least not to my knowledge)
Rizzlenator,

You're my kind of crew! Too polite to take the bait and criticize the skipper -- a true diplomat in our midst!
08-26-2008 09:39 AM
captainrizzo
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Hey...That looks like a fun place to be on a beam reach...
Fun on a beam reach, but just fun to watch on a jibe!
08-25-2008 11:27 PM
Stillraining Hey...That looks like a fun place to be on a beam reach...
08-25-2008 10:56 PM
sailaway21 Rizzlenator!
Welcome! Your presence here is as welcome as your presence at 'Z' dock. Yes, someone has to be the designated adult and Tim needs to sleep sometime, so you're it. And even Tim chafes under the notion of maturity being a perpetual state of being.

I can think of no more appropriate question to begin your association with sailnet than the one I imagine you've proffered to your parents many times: If you love me as much as you say you do, why am I always at risk of drowning when around you? We at sailnet think this a perfectly reasonable line of inquiry without respect to the fact that it may be gratuitously divisive, incite animosity, disturb marital harmonies, and get Tim in a whole slew of trouble for starting the whole thing. We here at sailnet call such events entertainment.

Welcome on board!
08-25-2008 06:54 PM
captainrizzo Tim: If this is almost dropping the Rizzlenator out of the bosun's chair, then I am guilty as charged! Good to have Jamie aboard Sailnet (and Latigo)! He has come a long way from the daysailor days in NY!

Cam, I have to tell you I never was dropped on my head. I specialize in the fall-off-the-dock-and-whack-your-knees-and-drown-your-cell-phone department!
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