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Petey Crawford has raised the bar so high that I don't even think the other sailing videographers can even see it anymore without binoculars. The kid is hilarious, and the reality TV aspect to this whole thing is just fun as hell.

 

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I don't know why I still dive boats in the morning. I don't need to, I don't want to, but for some reason, I do. The worst part of it is that the four boats I'm diving here are at the far ends of the docking area, so I have to swim about a quarter mile total in nasty-ass Annapolis Harbor sludge. But polluted as it is, it feels better than the mixture of Team Barbarian supplied Jager bombs and stale cigarette smoke that I woke up with this morning. Plus, I get to clean my less-funded friends' boats for free and it's hardly an extra 4 minutes; maybe they'll go faster today.

 

Anyway, I'm not going to recap yesterday - just check out the thread or watch the full race here (press 'next clip' to skip ahead), or watch Petey's vid above. But you definitely should check out the best live OTWA 'Cocktail Hour' we've ever done - yesterday's 40-minute show with tacticians (and SA junkies) Jonathan McKee, Bora Gulari, Dave Sliom, Diderich Bulter, Mark Ivey, Morgan Reeser, and Steve Hunt. Liz and the folks at EYC let us set up inside the big tent on huge leather couches holding our beers, and it was a great place to relax and talk about racing.

 

Which was far better than actually doing it, at least for most of the fleet yesterday, with an abortion of a race 7 in which 24 boats were called OCS, a bunch were not called OCS but were, and 5 boats never came back, unable to hear their numbers in the tumult of the broadcast of so many numbers. Those OCS boats include some of the real contenders here, and it's a shame to see their World Title hopes dashed because a RC feels a need to bang off a race. But that's Annapolis; if you wait for anything approaching fair sailing conditions, you might just never sail.

 

Our big announcements are more fun than much of the racing we've seen so far; the first is our live broadcast of tonight's OTW Anarchy Cocktail Hour, which will feature the top Melges 24 sailor chicks on camera with questions asked by Mer. We all know you need to be damned good to succeed on a top boat in this fleet, but why is it that these damned good M24 sailor chicks tend to be so beautiful, fun, and witty, too? We'll have Sarah Curran (WTF), Genny Tulloch and Jane Delashmutt (Simplicity), Meredith Allen (Uka Uka), Natalie Jade Ray (Millewa Miluna), and of course Amy Ironmonger, from Quantum Racing. We'll start at 6 PM, so be sure to tune in, and remember that the Justin.TV chat screen is where you can ask any questions you want of our lovely and accomplished panel.

 

Our second announcement is part of our first; we're doing the Cocktail Hour from a very cool tapas style bar/restaurant in downtown Annapolis that just opened last night, and the reason we're hosting it there is to introduce people to the place we're hosting the Sailing Anarchy Ultimate Halloween Party after the awards party in Eastport. We know there are five regattas going on in Annapolis this weekend, and we figured it would be nice to buy a keg and some drinks for all the Anarchists in the area from 10 PM to whenever. There'll be a special entrance to the second floor of the restaurant, which we've rented out for the night. We'll have signature drink specials (Anarchy Punch?) as well as a great DJ spinning on two turntables for all the girls to get their groove on. We don't go anywhere without free shit to give out, but you'll have to come in costume to be eligible for a Velocitek, Point Loma Outfitting/Patagonia, or RBS Batten prizes. They're SWEET.

 

The place is so new it doesn't even have a website, but it's at 69 (that's right) West Street, walking distance from City Dock.

 

Alright, off to the office.

 

 

 

The place is so new it doesn't even have a website, but it's at 69 (that's right) West Street, walking distance from City Dock.

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I Flag start. the right side is favored by 5 at the stat and 10 -1/3 up the course with a 2-3kt tide running left to right. 1 minute to go

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Hey gys, Katie here

 

The boat end is favored , with a right shift taking place in the 2nd attempt at a start. The Barbarians did go for the pin. HOWEVER it was a general recall, so it doesn't matter much.

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Still waiting on RC to get the next start attempt off. It looks like they might be trying to reset the windwar mark. the breeze is SE right meow.

 

KB

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we have alott if tide and curent for the 3rd start. all the top boats starting in middle . bow 16 OMI is OCS and this is an I flag start.

 

and we just herd 3 guns but no flags. the fleet is still raceing. im confused???????

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This is why there are only 51 boats. Lousy conditions through and through. Why do Annapolians consider their city the capitol of sailing? It can't be. They only have one condition...calm.

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KB here :

 

 

All of the top boats fought for the middle-right of the start line and the right side is hugely favored, which is good because that's which way the current is going to push everyone anyways.

 

OCS - OMI

 

Kristen Lane nd Brinkmanship did penalty turns

 

And then 4 gun shots fired off but no flags were flown. WTF??? They could have at least got on the radio and explained it, because we thought we were going into post-ponement.

 

Tom Slck fought for a long time to get off the line.

 

eff Borland explained to us that the gunsa went off by themselves. Whaaaaaaaaaaaaat???????

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1/2 way up the beat it apears to be shifting a bit right but the left has preasur and curent on its side.

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we just heard from the RC that the gun went off by itself

 

 

(Redneckvoice) I was Cleanin' it, went off in ma hand /redneckvoice

 

Seems like the RC is being a little more picky after the shit they caught yesterday

 

 

KB, that pinhead roomate of mine is up there on Vela Veloce'

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Isnt it dangerous when a gun went of by itself ??? Three or four times?? Drigger happy GI???

 

 

In other news, race commitee's are now using Semi automatic handguns instead of the tradional shotgun????....

 

WTF Yosemite Sam, cool your jets

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Possible left shift? That'll be bad for the right, if so, thanks to the wicked current.

 

Hutch in the top 5 on the approach ....

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T-Hutch played the left middle and is payingoff well. te left sid player Team Barbarians banged hard left and made ot big with Blue Moon Larson and Simplicety are also playing.

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Het Kack, wish you were up here with us. I met up with your roommate and Graham last night. Good times. My phone was breakfast this morining, so no texting today :(

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Hey guts, sorry to get in so late but its a time zone thing. I haven't had a chance to see what the weather is like outthere, but I hope its sunny! Today Coupon Code at Point Loma Outfitting is "Kaenon". Purchase any pair of Kaenons on our site, and get 20% off of those as well as whatever else you put in your basket. For those of you that have missed our earlier deals, you will see that we have them listed on the OTW landing page.

 

Good luck today, and I hope there is more breeze, and less current (but then that wouldn't be Annapolis would it?).

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This is why there are only 51 boats. Lousy conditions through and through. Why do Annapolians consider their city the capitol of sailing? It can't be. They only have one condition...calm.

 

I can answer this. Annapolitans consider their city the sailing capitol because of the sheer volume of sailing (many races going on concurrently on the weekends) throughout the entire year, the proximity of this sailing to downtown, and the focus its residents place on the sport.

 

As for conditions, I don't know how many times I've attended regattas in supposedly "windy" venues only to get skunked, or only get partial ragattas completed, so give me a break. Last Saturday we had 20+ knots all day from the southg, warm temps, and huge waves. Unfortunately, many people passed on that weekend.

 

Annapolis is certainly not the best venue for consistent winds, and nobody here would argue that. But all the quiping by non-residents about the venue is BS. It's a great sailing city, and nobody in this championship is lucking into a worlds win on a crazy shift.

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center left paid the biggest then left paid fairly well. the right hed as much as 30 degree favor but left had breez.

 

the leaders seam to be jibe seting. Larson may have taken the leade with that. there is more preasure to the left as they head back down..

Joe Fly NOR-804 Full Throtel and Kristen Lane 4 top boats ar in the back of the fleet as they went right to early

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I can't get the live feed to load. Any hints? Just sits there spinning. The chat section works but not video?????

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Rome Kirby

T HUTCH woooooooot

WTF

LRSON

Unsponsored

Monsoon

Simplicity

Gelikt - thns for letting me come for a yacht yesterday!!~~~

 

Fantastika

Ukrine

 

Blu Moon

Barbarians aka Jager Bombs

 

PBR

Hardesty

Uk Uka

Rock n roll

Mustang

High voltagew

Im with stupid

zetiana

gannet

chill out

joefly

altea

wilcoo

omi

norway

full meday jacket

gullisara

 

 

 

cracker racing

brinkmanship

fukk throttle

sweaty betty

peter lane

wild child

kristin lane

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I can't get the live feed to load. Any hints? Just sits there spinning. The chat section works but not video?????

 

Same with me. Help.

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downwind the left is paying huge Larson has taken the lead (by a shit load) passing 4 boats, WTF will be 2nd and he furthest left boat Simplicety will pobly be 4th

 

also rember Latis is offering a 25% discount for anyone watching this weeks brodcast on there next move. goto www.latisyachtingsolutions.com and send a quote request and make sure you mention OTWA.

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I can't get the feed either. Also just spins as if loading. Shame because for those that got it, sounds AWESOME!

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in a huge turn the breez is shutting down a bit and blue moon gets ahead of larson. and now a huge shift and building preasure on the right. huge changes.

T-Hutch who was 2nd at the top is now in 13th the bottom 1/2 of the downwind just mixed it all up. FT steped up about 10 boats on that down wind as KLane moves up 4 but still very deep.

 

we also have a C flag with a right shift .

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Ok gys some major position changes at the gate:

 

 

About 75 percent went left gate (LEFT FROM THEIR PERSPECTIVE, AS IF I'm A RACER)

 

Blu moon

Larson

Ukauka

Fantasttika

Rome kirby

 

Rock n rooll

Wt

Joe fly

Atea

Barbarians

Quantum

 

 

 

Top mark::

 

Larson

Rome kirby

Uka uka

Fantastika

Barbarians

Hutch

Joefly

Rock n roll

Monsoon

Gannet

Full medal jacket

Chill out

Ocean sailing academy

Gureyev

I'm with stupid

Gullisara

Zetiana

Simplicity - whoah

Hardesty

Gilekt -wow, major position change from the frst mark rounding

Omi

High voltage

 

Course change course change course change called at the top mark

 

This is KB again, sorry

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blue moon growes there led to 8 boat lenths over Larson.

boats ar seting at the mark becuse the wing mark is set down winnd.

Barbarians moves to xthand T-Hutch to 9th on the upwinnd

Hardesty has droped back a bit into the high 20s

FT rounds in 32nd

KLane hase moved up a few spotsto 37 as did peter lane to 31.

and still no signe of my pick for 3rd in the event JEFF WITENBURGE, we all need to tell clean to get that interview it will be intertaining t get some words fro David Koresh.

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I can't get the feed either. Also just spins as if loading. Shame because for those that got it, sounds AWESOME!

 

Same...anyone with a fix?

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I can't get the feed either. Also just spins as if loading. Shame because for those that got it, sounds AWESOME!

 

Same...anyone with a fix?

 

Are you behind a corporate firewall? If so, ur likely hosed if UDP packets are blocked. If ur not, turn off Windoze firewall, if thats a relevant option.

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KB Here :

 

FINISHHHHHHHHHH :::

 

 

BLU MOON

LARSON

KIRBY

WTF

QUANTUM

UKA UKA

JOE FLY

ROCK N ROLL

BARBARIANS

FANTASTIKA

MONSOON

GANNET

ALTEA

GULLISARA

FULL MEDAL JACKET

CHILLOUT

OCEAN SAILING ACADEMY

OMI

GUREYEV

SIMPLICITY

Zetiana

High voltage

Hardesty

I'm with stupid

Gelikt. -looks like I wasn't a good luck charm after all :( They'll get it next time. What a fun group.

Full throttle

Unsponsored

Peter lane

Pbr gang

Evil doughnut

Battle rhythm

Sweaty betty

Scoth bonnet

Wilco

Teve kopf

Kristin lane

Peacemaker

Brinkmanship

Black dawg

Zig zag

Vamoose

Wild child

Uri saks

Millewa

Fun tech racing

Dave o'reilly

Tom slick - he really struggled getting off the start line

Pod

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If someone can go to the Worlds website and post the overall results up when they are posted, it would be very helpful!!!

 

If someone can go to the Worlds website and post the overall results up when they are posted, it would be very helpful

 

The last video is being uploaded now, and I like to dress like a woman sometimes, but it's hard to find skirts with enough sequins and glitter for my taste.

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TOP MARK

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TOP MARK

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trigger happy...who was he aiming for?

ask tonight

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Clean here:

 

I'm MER today, but so is MER. Katie is me. And she's a dirty little tramp.

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Pos Bow/Sail Boat Skipper 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Total

Points Pos

1 55/ USA 655 West Marine Rigging / New England Ropes LARSON 5 2 6 4 2 3 [12] 2 24.00 1

2 37/ ITA 777 Joefly Zandonà 6 [18] 3 1 1 4 17 8 40.00 2

3 34/ NOR 804 Full Medal Jacket Melleby 8 4 4 [22] 5 1 6 16 44.00 3

4 67/ ITA 787 UKA UKA racing Bressani 26 10 1 2 4 [30] 1 6 50.00 4

5 51/ USA 751 Quantum Racing / Gill Race Team Hutchinson 1 [38] 14 10 10 7 8 5 55.00 5

6 65/ ITA 765 FANTASTICA Celon [23] 23 8 5 6 2 5 10 59.00 6

7 17/ USA 587 WTF Field 4 7 11 18 14 [22] 3 4 61.00 7

8 13/ ITA 803 Gullisara fracassoli 9 1 10 13 8 14 [35] 14 69.00 8

9 62/ SUI 782 Blu Moon Rossini 3 6 9 21 11 23 [52/OCS] 1 74.00 9

10 49/ USA 749 FULL THROTTLE Porter, Brian 2 12 5 12 12 13 21 [27] 77.00 10

11 53/ USA 553 Event’s Clothing/Atlantis Hardesty 19 3 2 7 7 [37] 22 23 83.00 11

12 20/ USA 620 NULL Kirby [44] 16 18 20 19 11 10 3 97.00 12

13 47/ USA 747 Monsoon Ayres 21 11 13 27 3 [45] 24 11 110.00 13

14 57/ USA 757 Simplicity Strauss 14 32 7 9 [41] 25 9 20 116.00 14

15 39/ USA 539 Brick House 539 Lane 25 13 19 3 25 5 [52/OCS] 28 118.00 15

16 59/ USA 679 Gannet Mueller von Blumencr 12 [35] 21 11 21 20 23 12 120.00 16

17 45/ USA 795 Rock N Roll Campbell 18 5 20 19 33 [52/DSQ] 19 7 121.00 17

18 23/ USA 623 Brick House 623 Lane 11 25 12 6 15 16 [52/OCS] 38 123.00 18

19 32/ GBR 691 Team Barbarians Lea 10 15 16 8 32 [40] 37 9 127.00 19

20 35/ ITA 735 altea racchelli 20 [49] 15 16 22 18 31 13 135.00 20

21 36/ GER 635 unsponsored Wieland 24 20 [29] 14 28 8 15 29 138.00 21

22 21/ USA 721 Wild Child Filter 17 [45] 31 41 9 10 2 44 154.00 22

23 33/ USA 533 High Voltage Hernandez 34 [42] 17 28 29 19 7 22 156.00 23

24 19/ NED 789 Gelikt Wietze 28 29 [34] 32 24 6 14 25 158.00 24

25 14/ USA 514 Evil Doughnut Mollicone 15 14 30 17 13 [38] 38 31 158.00 25

26 28/ USA 785 Conejo Racing-Ocean Sailing Academy Dabney 16 9 28 25 42 [44] 26 17 163.00 26

27 64/ USA 744 Sweaty betty Shafer 27 28 [41] 15 35 12 16 33 166.00 27

28 16/ USA 802 OMI Truelove [43] 17 36 23 18 24 25 28/20%(1) 171.00 28

29 60/ USA 160 I'm with stupid Vowels 31 33 22 24 17 [39] 20 24 171.00 29

30 66/ USA 786 Battle Rhythm Mossman 7 26 39 [48] 20 9 45 32 178.00 30

31 11/ USA 511 511 Podmajersky 13 40 24 31 23 21 34 [51] 186.00 31

32 44/ FRA 644 ZIG ZAG 18 SAMUEL 22 8 40 30 30 15 [52/OCS] 42 187.00 32

33 61/ UKR 661 NULL Gureyev [45] 22 25 34 36 32 29 19 197.00 33

34 25/ USA 725 Vamoose Wilkins 36 36 32 33 [44] 17 13 43 210.00 34

35 69/ USA 769 Team Peacemaker USA 769 Anosov 29 19 26 38 38 29 [52/OCS] 37 216.00 35

36 26/ USA 606 chillout Golden 35 30 42 36 [45] 27 32 15 217.00 36

37 52/ USA 52 Scotch Bonnet Beale 37 44 [46] 40 26 36 4 34 221.00 37

38 42/ USA 771 Millewa Milluna Williamson 38 21 27 42 [47] 35 11 47 221.00 38

39 63/ USA 773 Blur-Pacific Energy Ventures Kopf 41 24 23 [44] 27 31 42 35 223.00 39

40 22/ USA 575 ZETIANA Michas 32 31 47 35 37 [49] 28 21 231.00 40

41 50/ USA 700 ARDOR/C.R.E.A.M. O'Reilly 33 37 33 26 16 46 41 [48] 232.00 41

42 12/ USA 602 PBR Street Gang Hamilton 40 39 38 29 [48] 26 39 30 241.00 42

43 68/ USA 568 Tiburon Carleton 30 27 [50] 39 39 33 30 46 244.00 43

44 70/ USA 770 Cracker Racing Wills [52/RAF] 34 37 43 31 47 33 39 264.00 44

45 58/ USA 658 Mustang Hamilton 39 41 [48] 45 40 34 43 26 268.00 45

46 43/ CAN 723 NULL SAKS 42 [51] 35 37 34 48 36 45 277.00 46

47 24/ USA 604 tom slick Wittenberg 48 43 43 47 46 42 18 [50] 287.00 47

48 41/ CAN 121 Black Dog Black 47 48 44 46 [51] 43 27 41 296.00 48

49 31/ USA 21 Brinksmanship Currier 49 46 [51] 49 43 28 44 40 299.00 49

50 15/ USA 615 Funtech Racing Hess 46 47 45 [50] 49 41 40 49 317.00 50

51 40/ USA 540 Wilco! Wilhelm 50 50 49 51 50 50 [52/OCS] 36 336.00 51

 

Notes

(1) zfp

(2) Scoring System is ISAF Low Point 2005-2008

(3) Finishes in [brackets] denote throwouts

 

Subdivision: Corinthian (14 boats) (top)

Pos Bow/Sail Boat Skipper 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Total

Points Pos

1 47/ USA 747 Monsoon Ayres 4 2 1 4 1 [13] 7 1 20.00 1

2 59/ USA 679 Gannet Mueller von Blumencr 1 [8] 3 1 3 5 6 2 21.00 2

3 36/ GER 635 unsponsored Wieland 5 3 6 2 5 2 4 [8] 27.00 3

4 28/ USA 785 Conejo Racing-Ocean Sailing Academy Dabney 2 1 5 3 9 [12] 8 4 32.00 4

5 19/ NED 789 Gelikt Wietze 6 6 [8] 6 4 1 3 7 33.00 5

6 33/ USA 533 High Voltage Hernandez 8 [9] 2 5 6 4 2 6 33.00 6

7 21/ USA 721 Wild Child Filter 3 11 7 10 2 3 1 [12] 37.00 7

8 61/ UKR 661 NULL Gureyev [10] 4 4 7 7 8 10 5 45.00 8

9 26/ USA 606 chillout Golden 9 7 9 8 11 6 [12] 3 53.00 9

10 68/ USA 568 Tiburon Carleton 7 5 [13] 9 8 9 11 13 62.00 10

11 24/ USA 604 tom slick Wittenberg 12 10 10 12 12 10 5 [14] 71.00 11

12 41/ CAN 121 Black Dog Black 11 13 11 11 [14] 11 9 11 77.00 12

13 31/ USA 21 Brinksmanship Currier 13 12 [14] 13 10 7 13 10 78.00 13

14 40/ USA 540 Wilco! Wilhelm 14 14 12 14 13 14 [15/OCS] 9 90.00 14

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I like to be the little spoon.

 

Waiting for the BREEZE build back up , this next race is going to be hhuuuuuuuuuuge.

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Still waiting for a race, but mer and kb just did a cool little shoot for point loma outfitting, so make sure to watch that when we get it uploaded.

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WITTENBURG interview coming tonight!!!

 

 

Hell Yeah!!!! Clean this guy will definately go on a rant if you ask the right questions. He is a jounalist wet dream!

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WITTENBURG interview coming tonight!!!

 

 

Always good to hear what he has to say....just remember to set a time limit on answers :lol:

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Race commitee has posted a "Follow Me" flag.

 

Lead the way, RC, lead the way!

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Nice. Clean here; you guys are cracking me up. If we can get you just a tenth of the laughs that we're having on board here, you'll be cracking up too. Got a finish vid coming up shortly, and a hilarious commercial for Point Loma Outfitting/Atlantis.

 

Also, a reminder to check out Ocean Sailing Academy for a great sailing school in the best harbor on the East Coast, Charleston. They have Melges Racing Clinics and much more, and you can come get drunk with me (or not). Click the link at the top for specials on performance spinnaker and assym racing classes today, and don't forget Charleston Race Week, with 138 boats in 2008, 174 in 2009 and an expected 200 in 2010, with 120 of them sportboats!

 

And back to A-Rock...

 

Start coming pretty soon we hope.

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I like to be the little spoon.

 

Waiting for the BREEZE build back up , this next race is going to be hhuuuuuuuuuuge.

 

KB, No you don't

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we ara still waiting, but as we do Clean is doing interviews with people as they sail by and a quick onw with WITTENBURG

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Huge party tomorrow night here in Annapolis. Everyone welcome. Level , 69 West St, right downtown. Lots of sick giveaways for the best costumes. I already have a great one

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MY PHONE IS WORKING AGAIN!!!

 

Petey's attempt to use it as a dunkin donut in his coffee this morning failed.

Actually that part worked great... The part that failed was the part where it can't work anymore so you will quit calling me asking me to be your boyfriend

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MY PHONE IS WORKING AGAIN!!! Petey's attempt to use it as a dunkin donut in his coffee this morning failed.

 

Actually that part worked great... The part that failed was the part where it can't work anymore so you will quit calling me asking me to be your boyfriend

 

 

I can't help it that your skin is so soft. You should have never friend-accepted me, I'm never leaving you alone. Jerk.

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Allrighty now, it took about 2.5 hours for our "Kaenon" Coupon Code to work its way through the system. I just received a call saying that I could not use that code; nor could I promote that I was trying to give you all a good deal. So I have to de-activate the "Kaenon" code. I will come up with something else soon. In the meantime check out the link to our page for other great deals.

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Allrighty now, it took about 2.5 hours for our "Kaenon" Coupon Code to work its way through the system. I just received a call saying that I could not use that code; nor could I promote that I was trying to give you all a good deal. So I have to de-activate the "Kaenon" code. I will come up with something else soon. In the meantime check out the link to our page for other great deals.

 

I want Mer's Kaenon UPD's. They look so fucking sick. Seriously.

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Peter Crawford has broken my heart, but in other news, we're getting set up with a sequence for a course set at 175 degrees with 1.5 mile legs

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les then 1min and it appears that the boat is a bit favored with with a bit more preasure on the right and some angle

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all the top boats at the boat inclouding T-Hutch and Blue Moon

 

2 boats OCS

 

and chillout hooks a crab pot

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