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Old 04-05-2005, 09:50 AM
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The Joy & Tranquility of Sailing

This is what happens to ya if you sell your powerboat and get a sail boat


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I thought they only pulled surfers into the big stuff w/ jetskis???
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thats amazing. thanx for posting that
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Man that blows!!!
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Thought this would be fitting since JC loves to Sail so much....
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Old 06-12-2006, 11:30 PM
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i saw the video of that a while back too funny, what a bone head. notice the condition of the bottom of that blowboat, what a piss poor looking job of bottom paint. he probably has dirty underwear on too, just one more embarrasing thing in a day full of them
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Old 06-12-2006, 11:32 PM
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That is how JC checks what kind of keel the blowboat has. Obviates the hassle of gittin the fork lift out of the barn, plus you git to go out for a sail and swim.

Shows why many SF sailors NEVER go outside the bay. The Pacific Ocean is a misnomer.
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it was smooth sailing til he hit the surf by trying to park on the beach, moron.
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Actually, it looked to me the tide was likely emptying San Fran bay, creating a big surf with the Ocean. It really rips under the Golden Gate Bridge which is where the photos are taken. It is lucky the surfer dudes were there to help the sailor, who should have chosen a better tide time to enter that area.
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Was that a step hull blow bote ???
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