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49 minutes ago, Jud - s/v Sputnik said:

In his (the interviewer’s) view, the pandemic is “an opportunity for governments to further socialist goals around the world” and for the “tentacles” of feminism to do the same.  (From one of his vids on his channel I FF’d through quickly.)  

Sigh.  I don’t think Kevin is pushing an MGTOW agenda (I’d never heard of that, or MRA - had to look those up after watching the vid, as I was a bit lost) - he geeks out on engineless ocean-sailing, and I don’t think he’s into the whole gender identity politics thing —seems the interviewer is a bitter divorced guy, whereas Kevin is presumably happily single, or perhaps asexual......but who knows. He’s certainly worthy of respect as a very accomplished sailor, that’s for sure.  

Never get to know your heroes too closely, but I agree. I was referring to the rest of the interviewer's channel. Ick.

I think Kevin is an introverted person that approached his social discomforts in a problem solving sort of way and looked for some tools to open his world up - he did say that it did expand his world generally.  I'm not sure that approach always leads to healthy outcomes. "Getting some" aside, my personal view is the best adventure is the one that is shared, but I totally get the desire to be alone.   

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1 hour ago, JRC026 said:

Well, that depends.  If someone worthy to share it with doesn't come along, or one that might literally "jump ship" at the first port of call, then going solo cruising (as many have done) has a lot going for it than sitting at the dock for umpteen years waiting for the perfect mate.

Btw I agree with others that Kevin is not putting any agenda out there about being anti female / feminist. It just has not quite worked out for him with one of the fairer sex, so he decided not to wait at the proverbial dock, but cast off and go enjoy his seafaring. 

The interviewer appears to have a bit of a chip though, and seems a bit of a tool, but I think Kev is just a fella enjoying his boat and sailing around and, yeah, good on him.

I made it maybe 15 minutes into that before giving up in frustration.  There are plenty of cruisers who are "just a fella enjoying his boat", but

Anyone who can say "red pill" with a straight face has drunk some pretty nasty Kool Aid.

(... or was that a mixed metaphor).

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2 hours ago, JRC026 said:

Well, that depends.  If someone worthy to share it with doesn't come along, or one that might literally "jump ship" at the first port of call, then going solo cruising (as many have done) has a lot going for it than sitting at the dock for umpteen years waiting for the perfect mate.

Btw I agree with others that Kevin is not putting any agenda out there about being anti female / feminist. It just has not quite worked out for him with one of the fairer sex, so he decided not to wait at the proverbial dock, but cast off and go enjoy his seafaring. 

The interviewer appears to have a bit of a chip though, and seems a bit of a tool, but I think Kev is just a fella enjoying his boat and sailing around and, yeah, good on him.

Yes, so I totally understand wanting to be alone :P . I remember one day sitting at the dock at LM and a small but well sorted out Freedom yacht pulls in. The husband is strangely sheepish and has a big nasty shiner and the wife is at the helm handling the boat noticeably well. The husband says he was hit by the boom and she proceeds to kick him off the boat as soon as the lines are made, "so she can finish her cruise in peace", and after a small engine repair was made she heads out solo. She said she needed her time at sea. The yard manager and I studiously examined our shoes and distant objects while this was going on. 

To be honest I didn't watch past "red pill". 

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13 hours ago, Kris Cringle said:

You can do worse. 

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Reminds me of buddy's 20yr old Ducati.

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$5 gas station swimsuits spay glued on when the fairings got a little ratty.

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Yaba just removed a washing machine out of a void left by cutting away rotting timber - but yeah - all good, totally seaworthy boat worth saving... 

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You're not sinking if you've plugged the busted through hull and water is not entering the boat. Just going to beg for more money.

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I am not nocking the fear....

 

and I would hate to have that happen to me.....

 

It must be bloody awful to have a boat ankle deep in water

 

but surely once the leaking through hull is fixed - which can be done with a wooden plug, or a plastic bag with a sponge in it,  or even plastic bag and cable ties the drama is over.....

just a case of pumping it dry, then arrange to get her brought ashore and clear up the mess

 

My guess is the drama was pretty much over by the time he turned the camera on. - as he said...... the wood was already delaminating.... his mate in the cockpit had arranged a sustainable way of keeping the hand bilge pump going

 

get ready for more fixing up videos

 

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Modern utube sailors seem not to know the difference between sinking and taking on water

could be new seacocks at fault, but I am betting on transducer thru hull getting dislodged

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Overtorqued and/or improper installation? Forespar Marelon install instructions state “HAND SNUG is all you need” for the valve base “with screws into the backing block.” 

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sheesh...the thread is about girls on boats in warm waters and unspoken but implied, in bikinis!  try to keep up and stay focused.  Bobby Doodles is the king and if he ever gets a couple of his young friends AND an Only Fans account...it's new boats for everybody.

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2 hours ago, chester said:

sheesh...the thread is about girls on boats in warm waters and unspoken but implied, in bikinis!  try to keep up and stay focused.  Bobby Doodles is the king and if he ever gets a couple of his young friends AND an Only Fans account...it's new boats for everybody.

To be fair it has drifted around in the most wonderfully unfocused fashion over the years

And

All the better for it

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7 minutes ago, dylan winter said:

To be fair it has drifted around in the most wonderfully unfocused fashion over the years

And

All the better for it

that's your opionion  :>)

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38 minutes ago, dylan winter said:
42 minutes ago, chester said:

that's your opionion  :>)

It is a USP of sailing anarchy

And if us sailors cannot be forgiven for drifting around then who can?

How long have you had that one at the ready, Dylan?

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8 hours ago, chester said:

sheesh...the thread is about girls on boats in warm waters and unspoken but implied, in bikinis!  try to keep up and stay focused.  Bobby Doodles is the king and if he ever gets a couple of his young friends AND an Only Fans account...it's new boats for everybody.

There is a continuous procession of new entrants, who seem to be doing less and less interesting things

 

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1 hour ago, Israel Hands said:

There is a continuous procession of new entrants, who seem to be doing less and less interesting things

 

oh no, another swimming with pigs vid...@dylanwinter is not going to be happy!

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22 hours ago, dylan winter said:

I am not nocking the fear....

 

and I would hate to have that happen to me.....

 

It must be bloody awful to have a boat ankle deep in water

 

but surely once the leaking through hull is fixed - which can be done with a wooden plug, or a plastic bag with a sponge in it,  or even plastic bag and cable ties the drama is over.....

just a case of pumping it dry, then arrange to get her brought ashore and clear up the mess

 

My guess is the drama was pretty much over by the time he turned the camera on. - as he said...... the wood was already delaminating.... his mate in the cockpit had arranged a sustainable way of keeping the hand bilge pump going

 

get ready for more fixing up videos

 

D

Who doesn't carry a healthy tube of under-water usable "knead-it" in their boat?!?!

I get it, it's a whole ten dollars, but literally all of these "we are sinking" incidents like Zingaro's and Pluckys would have been solved exceptionally well with the stuff and of course been an excellent temporary fix.

Who doesn't have ten dollars? I wipe my ass with ten dollars.

On 3/8/2021 at 8:45 AM, Zonker said:

You're not sinking if you've plugged the busted through hull and water is not entering the boat. Just going to beg for more money.

 

 

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21 hours ago, robtoujours said:

Modern utube sailors seem not to know the difference between sinking and taking on water

could be new seacocks at fault, but I am betting on transducer thru hull getting dislodged

Must have been scarier than breaking the catamaran.

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13 hours ago, chester said:

that's your opionion  :>)

 

12 hours ago, IStream said:

Is that like a shallot?

It’s a heroin-like substance that’ll bring tears to your eyes.

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1 hour ago, robtoujours said:

WTF is with this "captain q" guy? Is he some sort of broker network shill? I see his name pop up with clearly astroturfed comments everywhere on YT

Sailing's closest thing to a shady used car guy.  The only nice boat with a reasonable price he's ever featured was one that his son-in-law had just bought, a Stevens 47 (not for sale).

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1 hour ago, robtoujours said:

WTF is with this "captain q" guy? Is he some sort of broker network shill? I see his name pop up with clearly astroturfed comments everywhere on YT

Fashionista.

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On 3/9/2021 at 4:17 PM, darth reapius said:

Who doesn't carry a healthy tube of under-water usable "knead-it" in their boat?!?!

I get it, it's a whole ten dollars, but literally all of these "we are sinking" incidents like Zingaro's and Pluckys would have been solved exceptionally well with the stuff and of course been an excellent temporary fix.

Who doesn't have ten dollars? I wipe my ass with ten dollars.

 

 

I think Plucky needed a bit more than a tube of knead-it...

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1 hour ago, mainefarr43 said:

These are friends of mine. The woman is a rigging Ninja. My boat spent the winter about 3 slips down from theirs. 

 

Thanks for this. It's lovely to watch some youtubers from our stomping ground.  Some nice videos on what it's really like to cruise Maine.  

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11 hours ago, Jud - s/v Sputnik said:


That’s nice, honey.

Except you didn’t, really.  (But I’m sure you think it looks so awesome on video.)

It does look awesome. I don’t like their channel, boat or her husband but I watched that. I might watch it again.

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On 3/13/2021 at 1:36 AM, Jud - s/v Sputnik said:


That’s nice, honey.

Except you didn’t, really.  (But I’m sure you think it looks so awesome on video.)

Tula did it better, two years ago.  I actually thought those foiling boards looked pretty schweet.  Just not $10k schweet.

 

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6 minutes ago, Jud - s/v Sputnik said:

I can’t un-see him when I see her, so it’s over. :-) (they appear to be brother and sister to me) 

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That guy looks scarily like Richard Carpenter

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2 minutes ago, Jud - s/v Sputnik said:

You don’t have to keep it in your head, the lyrics are right here!! :-)

 

 

Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Burt Bacharach...

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2 minutes ago, Dogscout said:

Whoa.  Big Whoa!!!  Dont go dissing George Clinton and P funk.

 

Dissing?  Au contraire.  I love Parliament Funkadelic!  (I was raising Israel’s Burt Bacharach, after the start with The Carpenters, to try to steer the thread’s musical theme in a better direction...)

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20 minutes ago, Jud - s/v Sputnik said:

Boring hits of the ‘70s.

I see your Burt Bacharach and raise you one Parliament Funkadelic :-)

 

 

OK that takes me back to a prospective college visit. A hazy bar with a band playing JJ Cale tunes, then to a late-night party where Parliament, Bootsy, etc blasted on the stereo until dawn. College selection made!

I raise you with the man who gave Bootsy and his brother Catfish Collins their first gigs - Mr. James Brown

 

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3 minutes ago, Israel Hands said:

OK that takes me back to a prospective college visit. A hazy bar with a band playing JJ Cale tunes, then to a late-night party where Parliament, Bootsy, etc blasted on the stereo until dawn. College selection made!

I raise you with the man who gave Bootsy and his brother Catfish Collins their first gigs - Mr. James Brown

 

And, to keep it smooth, I’ll throw some Curtis  Mayfield into the pot

 

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2 minutes ago, Jud - s/v Sputnik said:

Dissing?  Au contraire.  I love Parliament Funkadelic!

Okay then, back to Niki vs Sierra.  This may be more important than the Ginger vs Mary Ann debate that has consumed so many lives.  Not to mention the great wars started by Betty vs Wilma.

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6 minutes ago, Dogscout said:

Okay then, back to Niki vs Sierra.  This may be more important than the Ginger vs Mary Ann debate that has consumed so many lives.  Not to mention the great wars started by Betty vs Wilma.

Can't answer...can't get past thought of a catamaran  :lol:

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3 hours ago, Jud - s/v Sputnik said:

I can’t un-see him when I see her, so it’s over. :-) (they appear to be brother and sister to me) 

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That extraordinary picture encapsulates all that I find scary about the Wynns.

His Daniel-O'Donnell-approved pullover and golfers slacks. Her hideous teenager's dress.  The poor cats dragged off to some public ceremony and abused by being decorated. The huge RV to demonstrate enough wealth to venture to the great outdoors without ever having to step into the great outdoors.  And all adorned with those perfectly-characterless American middle-class straight white teeth that shout "Daddy paid for dentists and orthodontists".  Teeth whose white uniformity mimics the identikit white picket fences that demarcate the precise borders of their all-white hyper-regulated suburbs: "no line-drying" say the bye-laws as everyone shouts "freedom".

For tens of millions of wannabes, this is the 1950s American Dream with added RV.  For those outside, it's the nightmare of vapid conformity described in the great novels such "The Women's Room" and "Revolutionary Road".  It's the vast conformity of a segment of society which has destroyed open discourse and non-commercial culture, where the invisible shackles of financialised everything terrorise the defenceless employees for whom unions are barely even a memory. 

This is of course a subtle parody on the suburban nightmare.  The RV places them a bit above the mass of salary-serfs, as does the later catamaran, though of course both mark them out as being well below the real rich (with exclusive beach houses), and even below the true upper-middles who have escaped the white-fenced burbs.

This is the place that lives in fear of the fantasy threats from the commies and then the Muslims, and always from the blacks, rather than from the white supremacists who have a near-monopoly on actual terrorism.  As the great literature of the suburbs reveals, the real threat is internal: its the psychoses created by this white-toothed Brave New World.

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28 minutes ago, Jud - s/v Sputnik said:

That is good writing -solid cultural critic sort of stuff.  Did you/do you write for like The Guardian or something?

I thought so to. I don't have the faintest idea who those people are though. I've gotta pay better attention. 

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Well written.

There is something creepily parfait about them.

They both look good on camera and sound good. Videos are technically perfect.

They seldom  say or do anything surprising or witty or profound

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They are or were filmmakers/ videographers for private clients apparently which is how they earned their money

and explains their technical competence

is showing skin a new ting though?

woz a ting in the Solent back in the day

if this video at 06:00 is anything to go by

Im intrigued by „sol quest of nassau“ at 03:45 though. Anyone recognise the design?

Also, I hear that glass fibre and marinas are growth industries. 

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51 minutes ago, dylan winter said:

Well written.

There is something creepily parfait about them.

They both look good on camera and sound good. Videos are technically perfect.

They seldom  say or do anything surprising or witty or profound

Thanks, Dylan.

Yes, the surface stuff is all perfect.  Just like those white picket fences.

But what lurks behind that facade of banality, that careful evasion of error or anger or conflict or insight?

They are a case study for Freud's Civilization and Its Discontents

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To save anyone the trouble : sol quest is a gallant 53 - van de stadt design. First one built of 25. Known as the boat that Naomi James used to become the first woman to sail around the world single handed. Back in the uk now apparently 

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52 minutes ago, TwoLegged said:

Thanks, Dylan.

Yes, the surface stuff is all perfect.  Just like those white picket fences.

But what lurks behind that facade of banality, that careful evasion of error or anger or conflict or insight?

They are a case study for Freud's Civilization and Its Discontents

or, they may be just as banal as they appear to be, although that dude's hair screams poppers and glitter to me so they may be hiding something...not that there's anything wrong with that.

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8 minutes ago, chester said:
1 hour ago, TwoLegged said:

They are a case study for Freud's Civilization and Its Discontents

or, they may be just as banal as they appear to be,

Yes, maybe they are just banal.  But after Arendt, banality is a less benign place than we used to think.

Personally, I am wary of people who show so little insight into their own lives or the world around them.  They seem to me to be like a plane or ship with few instruments and fewer observations — a recipe which usually ends well, but has a much increased accident-rate.

8 minutes ago, chester said:

that dude's hair screams poppers and glitter to me

Yes, I also get that vibe from him.  That oddness of that much campness paired with 1950s-woman may be one of the things that makes me wary of repressed something.  

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2 hours ago, Jud - s/v Sputnik said:

That is good writing -solid cultural critic sort of stuff.  Did you/do you write for like The Guardian or something?

Thanks, Jud.  No, I keep a low profile these days.  No publications.

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1 hour ago, chester said:

or, they may be just as banal as they appear to be, although that dude's hair screams poppers and glitter to me so they may be hiding something...not that there's anything wrong with that.

What, pray, are poppers and glitter?

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2 minutes ago, Jud - s/v Sputnik said:

What, pray, are poppers and glitter?

amyl nitrate and well, glitter...i guess you never went to a gay night club in the '80's! :D

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2 hours ago, TwoLegged said:

They are a case study for Freud's Civilization and Its Discontents

Or David Lynch. Twin Hulls: Water, Walk With Me. You expect to see, blurred out of their perfectly staged salon, Dennis Hopper huffing nitrous and crawling up to Nikki whimpering "Mommy mommy mommy." 

It is also possible they are simple, happy people and that we, less simple or happy, despise and distrust blithe spirits. ;) "What are they hiding?" we ask. "Are they unmoved by the suffering in this world, or are they too stupid or self-involved to recognize it?"

Perhaps there is nothing hidden, and they are living the life they want and that brings them joy. Their wake is reasonably clean, they seem to leave the people and places they visit no worse and possibly somewhat better than when they came. I've not heard of them screaming at a food truck driver for not putting mustard on their cheeseburger, or tossing litter on the beach because "the locals do it", or browbeating a low-level official with threats and demands of "Do you know who we are?!" Maybe they'd more laudably devote their time and apparent wealth to crawling thru the rubble of Yemen, pouring Pedialyte into the mouths of dying children. But even that sort of missionary zeal bespeaks a kind of privilege, doesn't it? You don't see poor kids joining the Peace Corps, or guiding tourists at Costa Rican eco-resorts, or spending their gap year sweeping pavements at a Buddhist monastery. That sort of self-abnegation costs real coin.:rolleyes: And the folks who can afford to save the world full time can always shuck that hobby, cut their hair (or grow it back out), don a business suit and slip noiselessly back into the upper-middle class whence they sprang.

Thing is, tho -- I don't resent them for it. The work they did in the Peace Corps was good work. The tourists left the Eco Sanctuary caring more about rain forests than when they came. The monastary pavements needed sweeping. A used catamaran is out sailing around the Pacific islands, rather innocuously, and posting free videos about it on YouTube. Did our booshwah protagonists grow as humans thereby? I'm not the proper auditor of that, and I distrust anyone who thinks they should be. 

 

 

 

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I’ve nowt against them, they seem like millennials afraid of getting old, ie like most millennials, but what’s wrong with that? At least they have each other and society on land seems more a shitshow every day

They remind me a bit of sailing yacht Florence 

They are like a British version of the wynns - more modest and quirky, with an oyster 37 instead of a cat and a sailing dinghy instead of a turtle shredding rib

They are gradually succumbing to YouTube clickbait titles and content tho

This is a shame because the female half speaks a bit like the queen and smiles a lot which is enough for me

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23 minutes ago, Diarmuid said:
2 hours ago, TwoLegged said:

They are a case study for Freud's Civilization and Its Discontents

Or David Lynch. Twin Hulls: Water, Walk With Me. You expect to see, blurred out of their perfectly staged salon, Dennis Hopper huffing nitrous and crawling up to Nikki whimpering "Mommy mommy mommy." 

It is also possible they are simple, happy people and that we, less simple or happy, despise and distrust blithe spirits. ;) "What are they hiding?" we ask. "Are they unmoved by the suffering in this world, or are they too stupid or self-involved to recognize it?"

[snipped]

A very eloquent and elegant riposte, @Diarmuid

But to lower the tone a bit, I side with the cat.

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Good Lord!  I wander off for a few hours to get some work done (yes, I know it's a weekend, but what does that even mean these days) and you guys are off on a tangent that hits up Hanna Arendt, Sigmund Freud, David Lynch, and [checks notes] Parliament Funkadelic.

So to bring this back to some semblance of whatever passes for normal in this thread, let me just say...

8 hours ago, Dogscout said:

Okay then, back to Niki vs Sierra.  This may be more important than the Ginger vs Mary Ann debate that has consumed so many lives.  Not to mention the great wars started by Betty vs Wilma.

Betty, or GTFO.

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14 minutes ago, robtoujours said:

That series had a decidedly Marxist undertone

The US House of Representatives took a similar view about the creator of this notorious piece of insurrectionary propaganda:

 

 

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Thanks for posting the video. Had never seen her, but will never forget the first time I heard her. She did the best version of that song ever sung (listen to the end if you don't believe me). I'm pretty sure that was recorded, along with the Songbird album, when she was on the way out. 

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4 hours ago, TwoLegged said:

A very eloquent and elegant riposte, @Diarmuid

But to lower the tone a bit, I side with the cat.

I too am a cat person. But I do like dogs (other people's dogs!), and watching a Labradoodle running after tennis balls for hours is ... fun? It hasn't got a thought in its little brain. You throw the ball, it runs madly after it, it brings it back, and its life in this moment is utterly happy and complete. 

I don't wish to be that dog, but neither do I grudge its simple felicity. Whatever resentments I might feel at its callow and pampered lifestyle are probably down to my own shortcoming in the running/slobber/trust/joy departments; or maybe its just the ol' hairball acting up again. ;)

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4 minutes ago, Diarmuid said:

I too am a cat person. But I do like dogs (other people's dogs!), and watching a Labradoodle running after tennis balls for hours is ... fun? It hasn't got a thought in its little brain. You throw the ball, it runs madly after it, it brings it back, and its life in this moment is utterly happy and complete. 

I don't wish to be that dog, but neither do I grudge its simple felicity. Whatever resentments I might feel at its callow and pampered lifestyle are probably down to my own shortcoming in the running/slobber/trust/joy departments; or maybe its just the ol' hairball acting up again. ;)

Dog with felicity? Must be a half-breed with a cat.

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This mention of Hannah Arendt and Dennis Hopper in the same convo got me formulating half of a question that I can't answer. It vaguely relates to identity in the age of youtube and instagram.

If someone takes a selfie in a cave what does the shadow represent?

Or something like that.

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11 hours ago, robtoujours said:

I’ve nowt against them, they seem like millennials afraid of getting old, ie like most millennials, but what’s wrong with that? At least they have each other and society on land seems more a shitshow every day

They remind me a bit of sailing yacht Florence 

They are like a British version of the wynns - more modest and quirky, with an oyster 37 instead of a cat and a sailing dinghy instead of a turtle shredding rib

They are gradually succumbing to YouTube clickbait titles and content tho

This is a shame because the female half speaks a bit like the queen and smiles a lot which is enough for me

I also watch Florence occasionally. More modest and understated yes, and yet there they are in much more remote and potentially risky places (crocs, etc) during Covid. I thought the Oyster was bigger than a 37?

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