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I'm waiting for Brent to settle into his La-Z-Boy with his laptop, pull up HerSailnet and figure out a way to bring up steel boats in all the threads:

Is sailing sexist? Not when you are on a steel boat...

Sailing braless is much more acceptable on steel boats...

You'll find more boat clothing for the plus sized woman if you own a steel boat...
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Bringing back these old threads sure separates the shakers from the flakers
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I'm waiting for Brent to settle into his La-Z-Boy with his laptop, pull up HerSailnet and figure out a way to bring up steel boats in all the threads:

Is sailing sexist? Not when you are on a steel boat...

Sailing braless is much more acceptable on steel boats...

You'll find more boat clothing for the plus sized woman if you own a steel boat...
Do you really think Brent sails braless? I always pictured otherwise.
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Re: The "SailNet is Done - 4 Year Old Thread!" Thread is Done

Let's talk about anchors
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Re: The "SailNet is Done - 4 Year Old Thread!" Thread is Done

I like rhetoric posts about rhetoric posts. Seems the highest form of internet forum discussion.

look new smilies, there's still hope

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I like rhetoric posts about rhetoric posts. Seems the highest form of internet forum discussion.

look new smilies, there's still hope
Which smilies are acceptable when posting from a blue water boat?

Everyone knows production smilies are inferior.
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