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    . . . and has left the house. trouble for sea cats 'bomb' could soon overtake them SA abandoned —Captain Gigi, February 4, 2018 P.S. Sailing Anarchy Abnormal Behaviour Study Phase II complete. No surprises in the outcome, conclusions. Les attaquants brutaux ne sont pas pardonnables.
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    This racing beauty will be ready in 2020 sometime.
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    So, Saturday marked the final day of the Western Circuit, steering the Rekerring Dream, Ker32. Pretty decent showing for inaugural regatta - 5/2/3/3/2/3 in a fleet of 9 well sailed boats. The Esses were harder to beat on the first (lighter), weekend but we had the measure of them last Sat. Bill Bremner's Foxy was on fine form- scoring a string of firsts with Sarab Singh's Windsikher only getting Bill once as far as I remember. It was nice to take a few races off Windsikher actually, since that boat (S40IRC) is moded for the light stuff and has 8ft more hull than us. Our starting was really good and we were getting there with the numbers up and down. Considering the level of the crew pre-regatta, I was pleased with the way we were turning corners, however that is the area where we can make the most improvement. Nice bunch of guys - Jon (Bow), Piffy (Mast), Sam (Pit), Nev / Zhen (Trim), Woody (Main), Me (Helm), Varney (Nav), although I was re-christened 'Krueger' by the end of the regatta because I was beasting them around the coarse! The biggest surprise for me was the after-sail, which was done really well. SMU were taking it really seriously, with excellent media coverage - masses of free piss and bands, dancing girls, prizes, auctions - you name it! Several banquets as well! Good effort Singapore - highly impressed!
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    Source: 65- by 32-foot catamaran 3200sqft of living space
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    I’m learning how to sail, taking lessons from a local yacht club on a river. Class meets three evenings a week, for four weeks. When I got there, I had trouble finding where the lessons were being held. Two other people were also wandering around. We found a woman by the pool who told us where to go. The class (14 students in all) was practicing tying knots. I was given a length of rope and shown how to tie a bowline and a figure-eight. We were told to take the rope home to practice with. There are four instructors, most of whom are volunteers. Instruction is somewhat informal. I used to be a teacher and I would have made handouts for the students. But that takes time, and volunteers are already donating time. Very glad to have my copy of Sailing for Dummies to refer to. Many people are not auditory learners; they need to see words and diagrams to remember things. The boats that will be used for the class are Zumas, Lasers, JY 15s, and a Capri 22. The instructors rigged up a Laser, a Zuma, and a JY 15, explaining the different parts of the boats, and showing where the equipment is kept. We were advised to purchase our own personal flotation devices, and given some suggestions as to what clothing and shoes to wear. I’ve been practicing my knots, and will go shopping today for my gear. Any advice before I go out on the water?
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    I'm a sailor at 19 years. i have been sailing for 10 years. before I started sailing i was playing football. when i was playing football there was an sailor in my class, that I and the other football-players was bullying. but a day when i said to him, that it not was hard to sail and it was really like shit to be a sailor, He sayed; "what do you know about sailing, and I was blank. so I started sailing and then it was fun and I keepped on sailing. AND I LOVE IT!!, but now i'm beeing bullyied. Bullying is the use of force or coercion to abuse or intimidate others. The behavior can be habitual and involve an imbalance of social or physical power.It can include verbal harassment orthreat, physical assault or coercion and may be directed repeatedly towards particular victims, perhaps on grounds of race, religion, gender, sexuality, or ability. If bullying is done by a group, it is called mobbing. The victim of bullying has been referred to as a "target".
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    Telecom Italia Cup: Milan 7-6 Juventus 1-2 Penalties negative sassuolo Penalties against Juventus, then lost to Sassuolo, it is important that in the two games, the team's performance and the satisfactory performance of individual players. The following are details of the current Telecom Italia Cup news: Milan - do not win the championship, but in 2013 Telecom Italia Cup we saw a lot of positive signals, Philippe Mexes, De Jong, Robinho's outstanding performance as well as the progress of young players, such as Petah Virginia. Milan 7-6 Juventus Telecom Cup opener between Milan and Juventus in Milan goals, 45 minutes of the match to 0-0 ends Milan a 7-6 penalty shootout win. Robinho Milan had a chance to get ahead, but his throw was Storari. The following is a penalty Milan and Juventus list: Milan: Robinho (goal), De Jong (goal), Philippe Mexes (goal), Perpignan (goal), Nocerino (wide), Bonera (goal), Traore (goal), Zaccardo (goal) Juventus: Vidal (goals), Lichtsteiner (to be saved),cheap nhl jerseys Carlos Tevez (goal), Asamoah (goal), Vucinic (goal), peru cable (goal), Durechen column (goal), Pardo (to be saved) Milan against Juventus Lineup: Abbiati, Antonini (Zaccardo), Bonera, Mexes, Constant, Traore, De Jong, Nocerino, Boateng, Romania Bignone, Niang Milan 1-2 Sassuolo The third game, Milan face home game sassuolo team.Toronto Maple Leafs jersey Peta Virginia defensive mistake to use rival Milan the lead, followed by Masu Qi with two goals, sassuolo team 2 to 1 victory over Milan. Milan against Sassuolo Lineup: Gabriel,Montreal Canadiens jersey Zaccardo, Bonera, Mexes (Strasser), Constant (Peach Nokia), Polly, Chris Tante, Noce Reno (Traore), Aimanuai Gilson, Robinho (Perpignan, Kingsley Boateng), Petah Virginia
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    Why I don't post on the Sailing Anarchy Forums any longer, plus the fact that the site is hacked. Anonymous crackers are arbitrarily changing the Community Reputation Points, creating all sorts of anarchic mayhem for those who care about their reputation on this website, when those of us who know what's what know that there are no leaders in any self-respecting anarchy. Right, Scot Tempesta?