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About Burnsy

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    Super Anarchist
  • Birthday 03/27/1978

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    Milwaukee, WI
  • Interests
    1982 Dehler DB1 "Heat Wave" 31436
    Bay City YC
    Bayview YC
    South Shore YC

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  1. Burnsy

    Chicago Area III

    Heap Wave will be there as usual. Enjoying a lovely evening drink at ColYC directly. It's been too long. Stop by if so inclined.
  2. Burnsy

    Some of my old sailing photos 2

    Was Condor the same Condor from Fastnet '79?
  3. Burnsy

    Bacon Anarchy

    The Easter Yuletide Bacon Log is now simmering in the oven.
  4. Burnsy

    Bacon Anarchy

    Hell no! If I wanted to do that, I would have gotten into wrestling in high school. Not that I'm some fatass - but I'm sure as hell not gonna starve myself, reverse-eat, or bike to exhaustion in a wetsuit in the name of entertainment. F - THAT.
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    Bacon Anarchy

  6. Burnsy

    Fucking TeamWork Video

    Where the fack is Keeldragger? I had the same musings the other day. Long time no post.
  7. Burnsy

    HB's 'new' boat thread

    Welcome to my world. Do as Gatekeeper says. If your list is not at least 3 pages long, you're probably not being honest. I don't see how the blisters could possibly get worse. Pull it ASAP, clean the bottom, and mark all blisters with a Sharpie or something right away. Often they will lose swelling and you can't find some 6 months from now. Use the backside of a screwdriver to tap & listen for funky sounds. I have had superficial blistering on mine that is undetectable or nearly so with this method though. Only sanding all the way to gelcoat revealed things. If you can, grind open any blisters right after haulout. Rinse them out & let them air dry for as long as possible. More water outta the hull = better. Removing old antifouling or other coatings will help with this.
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    Gary W Mull

    First leadmine and sailboat racing I ever did was on the custom Mull 54 "Dolphin", ex "Namus".