FIRSTLY: and please, be a smart chef: THIS thread is not a discussion thread, it was and is directed to those who are willing or considering such trip- blanc.
Whos the troll.....hmmmmmm sawingknots _540 posts most of us know him and understand his humor or lack of it vs blanc 22 posts- come out of the blue, attacking argumentative, superiority complex, and appears here with no purpose other than to stir up crap
When pressed for information you are defensive,,,and personally attack in a condesecending manner see the "please be a smart chef comment above:. You provide no answers to the questions you have been asked and seem to relish taking on the regular members of the forum.
Please save me from this troll- blanc
You are the real troll.
The definition by Urban Dictionary-"One who posts a deliberately provocative message to a newsgroup or message board with the intention of causing maximum disruption and argument"
The definition by Word IQ- In Swedish children's literature, trolls are not naturally evil, but primitive and misunderstood. Their misdeeds are due to a combination of basic and common human traits, such as envy, pride, greed, naïveté, ignorance and stupidity. In some early 20th century fairy tales, by Elsa Beskow, trolls are also depicted as an aboriginal race of hunters and gatherers who are fleeing the encroaching human civilisation. Where man makes a road, the trolls disappear
So I prefer to be a "dumb" chef, but a smart sailor. Sailing with you would be like sailing with Captain Blye. Your personality here is a glimpse into how you would "lead" your boat as a Captian is what makes others here suspect your abilities and intentions and they have reacted to your post accordingly.
Take heart fellow sailnetters....the abberation will slink away eventually.....he is not invested in the camraderie of the fellow sailors here, but in making a spectacle of himself
Blac....hurry...your spot under the bridge where you came from beckons....hurry back to your troll breathern....lest the clock turn 12 and you are truly exposed in the light of day.