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Old 12-10-2004
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New mast invention

Mast and working prototype (patent#6805065) now for sale. This new technology is brand new and this forum is the first to get a chance at it. This will change racing and sailing as we know it. The easiest sailing imaginable. Manufacturing costs will be greatly reduced. Sailing safety will be increased.

I have witnessed this new mast on a vessel at Loon Lake, Washington, where it was invented and tested. I think it is the best.

This will be made public in 30 days.

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Brad S. WIllard
Brad@tek2u.com
kanjilutah@msn.com
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New mast invention

OK, I can''t resist it...I''ll offer $5 for the patent.
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New mast invention

Hmmm, this is the second forum that''s getting the "first shot" I''ve had some e-mail exchange with the originator, and it seems legit, but he''s packaging it using all the wrong words......I saw the patent, and think I understand it....waiting for photographs/video. Bottom line is that now you''ll have to watch your head for the boom and the mast......
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