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Wanna know how Cracker, Squirrel and other racists think?

24 September 2013 - 08:09 PM

Check out this texting transcript.



Now, keep in mind, these are the "winners" of the white lottery...those being athletic directors, school superintendent, etc.


Also, keep in mind how stupid them must be to do these things on phones issued to them by their workplace!



WTF did Zimmermann do now?

06 September 2013 - 02:24 PM

I didn't see the Z divorce thread, so figure it's time to discuss.


When can we tattoo the Big L on his forehead? Quite sad to be a complete loser on all kinds of drugs and good for nothing at the time of your life when you are supposed to be productive. His parents must be ashamed. 

Time for new jib (furling) for my 2008 Sprint 750

02 September 2013 - 03:40 AM

Any particular recommendations?


I know North makes the cruising sails for Corsair - my boat had Calvert Load Path, but I'm not sure if that's the best in terms of longevity for my use.


Quite a few sail lofts here in RI - should I go local or deal with others who already make the exact sail?


Mine is a furling jib and boat is moored and sailed maybe 20 times a year for 2 hours each time, from June to End of September in New England.  I usually single hand and never race.


I mention these things because they may influence what exact type of sail is best. RI sun is not like Florida sun, etc....


Oh, always on a budget...or at least looking for a good value!

NRA keeping Big Data on anyone who gets near a gun.....

21 August 2013 - 03:18 AM

Wow, you'd think folks who support such "freedoms" would allow people to take their classes without adding their names to a vast database!



We should all donate boats to the American Taliban......

10 August 2013 - 10:43 PM



PHOENIX — A northern Arizona family that was lost at sea for weeks in an ill-fated attempt to leave the U.S. over what they consider government interference in religion will fly back home Sunday.

She and her husband "decided to take a leap of faith and see where God led us" when they took their two small children and her father-in-law and set sail from San Diego for the tiny island nation of Kiribati in May. But just weeks into their journey the Gastonguays hit a series of storms that damaged their small boat, leaving them adrift for weeks, unable to make progress.

Their flights home were arranged by U.S. Embassy officials, Gastonguay said. The U.S. State Department was not immediately available for comment

Hannah Gastonguay said her family was fed up with government control in the U.S. As Christians they don't believe in "abortion, homosexuality, in the state-controlled church," she said. U.S. "churches aren't their own," Gastonguay said, suggesting that government regulation interfered with religious independence. "Jesus isn't the head of the church. God isn't the head of the church," she said.

Among other differences, she said they had a problem with being "forced to pay these taxes that pay for abortions we don't agree with."