strbrdtckr

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  1. strbrdtckr

    Chicago Area III

    A good sailor and a good friend... Wallenator.
  2. strbrdtckr

    Chicago Area III

    Your 30 something friends cant socialize with people older than them? Sound socially inept... A 30 something may be capable of socializing with his or her grandparents and their friends but may just choose not to do so on a regular basis. My crew ranges in age from 16-75, roughly 14 people in the pool (most in their 20s or 40s) and we have a pretty good time on a bi-weekly+ basis. But if it is so hard for 30 somethings because they do not want to be exposed to someone 10 years older than them, then buy a boat and staff it with 30 somethings... Quite frankly, I don't want 30 somethings on my boat because they tend to have families and wives and a delusion that they should be doing something "more interesting" and become flakes. The best crew is HOT CHICKS 22-27 and then SOON TO BE DIVORCED GUYS 40+ if you want people to show up. Fixed it. +1 Nailed it, Mongo.
  3. strbrdtckr

    Chicago Area III

    and wearing Nantucket Red Shorts
  4. strbrdtckr

    Chicago Area III

    Div C: Lindy or DC? My money is on Lindy only because I like him more.
  5. strbrdtckr

    Chicago Area III

    Where, you ask? On the old man's lawn.
  6. strbrdtckr

    Old Whitbread/Volvo Ocean Race yachts

    Fazer Finland (Swan 651) is now Second Wind. She'll be on her way to Hawaii along with the rest of the Aloha Class of this years Transpac.
  7. strbrdtckr

    Chicago Area III

    I'll gladly volunteer. Which rig I'm Edy, Diviant, or O crap?
  8. strbrdtckr

    Chicago Area III

    I'm voting (twice and early) for the "Chicago 50"
  9. strbrdtckr

    Chicago Area III

    What? This is not good. What am I going to do without Calto on board?
  10. strbrdtckr

    Chicago Area III

    Your bow guy will get quite a workout on the inshore course. It's a sprit boat how hard could it be? The bow guy is getting old, you're probably right.
  11. strbrdtckr

    Chicago Area III

    Maybe I can convince Linc to race inshore. 1/2 legs? Sure, no problem. We don't go fast anyway... It's scary. :-) Any boat can register for inshore or offshore. That being said, the inshore course is half mile legs (approx) and better for the boats less than 27' like Cal 25s, J/24s, Colgate 26s, etc. The current scratch sheet is strictly preliminary; final section breaks will be made closer to the beginning of May when we see who's registered. Expect evenly distributed, fair section breaks. Columbia's 420s are also available for Wednesday nights, and the talent runs deep in this fleet. The 420s are $75/season and skippers must be pre-approved before registering. To be pre-approved, shoot an email to morgan@colyc.org (I told you I missed my college racing days!)
  12. strbrdtckr

    Chicago Area III

    It's not like they watched movies on the Mac race....
  13. strbrdtckr

    Chicago Area III

    All the cool kids will be up there this weekend. Waukegan is back. The only thing that would make it better is if they bring the mechanical bull. Or, you can stay in town for the Pride Parade Festival. NTTAWWT
  14. strbrdtckr

    Chicago Area III

    Ahh, I learned something new today. Thanks Blub. P.S. do not Google search "Lesbian Toothbrush" at work. Wait until you get home.
  15. strbrdtckr

    Chicago Area III

    Well it is tough to drag Thommo out of a Vietnamese whorehouse - but we are looking at other options.................... I've been using magnets in my shoes, and what a world of difference this has made in my life... Next time you put up the rig, add some magnets in to butt of the mast, and on to the step. This will in turn create an energy field that will strengthen the carbon fiber bond, detract lightning, and even attract (more) beautiful women to your penis. First recommended to me by my neighbors cat, Yum-Yum. The wise sage of a old Main Coon should never be disparaged. And don't forget to add a lesbian's toothbrush on to the top of the rig too. What makes a lesbian toothbrush? double-ended???