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Old 03-16-2004, 07:26 PM
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rforsey, how do we respond to this, whats his email????
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From: Honshells
Subject: M_Boats: Cigarette Boat
Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2004 22:13:22 -0800


That's outstanding, Connie. Absolutely OUTSTANDING! :-) Could we put M t-shirt
sales profits toward your
Cigarette Race? --Craig

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Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2004 10:09 AM
Subject: Cigarette Boat

Hi Craig,

I too learned to curse at Cigarette boats, but then in a moment of
sundown introspection, sitting in the cockpit with Martini in hand I
thought, what the Cigarette boat owners need is a proper challenge so
that they can demonstrate their manhood, and impress their bikini clad
girlfriends.

I propose an annual race for Cigarette boats.

The course is laid out in a figure eight over a solid rock ledge that is
just awash at low tide in the middle of the course.

The race is scheduled on a falling tide.

Boats start at one minute intervals.

Cigarette owners race for the enjoyment of the spectators, and to prove
what heros they are to each other.

There will be crashes and eventually, as the tide keeps falling, bottoms
get ripped out of boats as they cross the rock ledge, and they sink.

The last cigarette still afloat is the winner. He gets to wear another
gold chain and sport another Lolita in a bikini on his foredeck.

The beauty of my suggestion is:

It allows the cigarette owners to prove how macho they are.

It removes the majority of cigarette boats from circulation until the
loosing owners buy new ones.

New boat building helps the economy

Next year we do it again.

Meanwhile, sailors will enjoy peace and quiet.

Does anyone want to contribute to the Cigarette Race prize fund?

Connie




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Old 03-16-2004, 07:29 PM
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cool, or email it to [email protected]
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I do not mind sailboaters. Their sails come in handy for wash rags when I blow them off on fly bys.
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I enjoy the number #1 they always hold up when I pass by
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well, guess its time to join this forum and cause some trouble


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I wonder how many OSO'ers we can get to join and get kicked off in 5 days?
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I wonder how many OSO'ers we can get to join and get kicked off in 5 days?
yeah but it would a fun 5 days
then they would really hate us
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Just playin devils advocate, but many OSOers have "dissed" sailboaters on this site, wasamatta...you can't take it but you can dish it out??
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yea, sail boats
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