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Re: The Benefits of Bottom Feeding

Hi, My Name is Kurt and I am a bottom feeder... (crowd responds, "Hi Kurt") Not only is my boat at the bottom (not sunk, just cheap) it was cheap enough to get back into sailing after being land locked for 20 years. It's 45 years old and has been recycled many many times, I have a slip in the "low rent district" of So Cal... My daily rent comes in around $7.50 a day, thats year round with free electricity, water, showers, laundry etc... On top of the $7.50 a day is maint, insurance, and general upkeep. For a weekend getaway in So Cal that's pretty darn cheap.

"There are those that stand at the shore looking to the sea, wondering, and there are those standing at the helm looking back at shore, knowing." - Kurt Leisenfelder

"Fiberglass shells that let us breathe, let us smell, keep us from going numb"- Kurt Leisenfelder

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