Couple Cruise for 1000 Days

RobinCrusoe

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Congratulations, 1st place for most boring post of all time.
You see? You neither surprise nor disappoint, Jesse. It's always the same nastiness - you just can't stop because, in your mind, you lose if you do. that's the trouble with ego when it tales pver - it becomes a kind of paranoia - it'll destroy ya.

 
You see? You neither surprise nor disappoint, Jesse. It's always the same nastiness - you just can't stop because, in your mind, you lose if you do. that's the trouble with ego when it tales pver - it becomes a kind of paranoia - it'll destroy ya.
Ego takes pver?

And who the fack is Jesse?

Is he the retread who's allowing some anal polyp to post entire articles found at links that have been posted here over in the comments of the 1,000 Ways to Die blog??

It it just me or is that more stoopid and absurd than anything we've seen yet?

This is the gift that keeps giving....

Just wind it up and watch it go....

 
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elle

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Last night there was no moon and I wonder if this had something to do with what we saw. At night, there was usually some amount of phosphorescence in the water, little dots of light that appear and disappear like fireflies on a summer night. This time there were puddles of light rather than pinpoints and they were brighter than I'd ever seen them. It was not just the wave action making them light up. In the distance, I could see ovals of light flashing in every part of the ocean, on both sides of the schooner. I felt the same wonder as I would looking at fireworks in the sky. Most deep sea creatures glow in some way and marine biologists say deep sea creatures come to the surface at night and sink back into the depths at dawn. I wonder which creatures I was seeing. Could they have been squid, jelly fish, shrimp, plankton or a combination of all these? And what were they doing flashing like they were?
- from the 1000daysatsea blogthey haven't allowed my comment :

what you see are bioluminesence caused by algae called dinoflagellates.

seemed innocent enough.

 

RobinCrusoe

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You cabin turds are so self-loathing that you attack yourselves.
My experience here has been an ugly journey into the psycho- ology of the sailing community.

Damn skeedoo. Scary stuf.
Give it up Jesse - you're talking to yourself and listening to the voices in your head. It's only a day or two since you said you were leaving - remember? You aren't funny, you aren't controversial and you sure aren't smart. You're a brat. Here's a video made especially for you - it's you, Jesse. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWkZ_StRjU0

 

hobie1616

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Dear Selling Anarche,

Barrister Freddie Mugu here again representing Butch Baba Rebock, a marine salvage specialist. I have contacted you many times in the past but have yet to receive the courtesy of a reply. Mr. Baba Rebock has been very concerned with pirates so he has managed to move the USD $10,000,000 sailing ship Orange II to a small port in the Ivory Coast. The AKC puppies are well but the Chinese orphans are nasty little shits who demand to be fed three times a day. The world famous doctor Hannibal Lector is still interested in raising them and will be joining us soon.

Mr. Anarche, you must wire me the USD $30,000 soon. In addition to interest from Mr. Hobbiecat Company and Mr. Larry Ellison, we also have received a query from Mr. J. Boat. We will reserve your first position for a limited time Mr. Anarche.

Mr. Anarche, to confirm your interest, please forward via Western Union USD $30,000 to Mr. Baba Rebock’s agent. Please note the beneficiary and security password have changed due to our primary agent, Mr. Reid Stowe, being temporarily out to sea. The new information is:

BENEFICARY: Captain Jesse Lithium, Commodore

ADDRESS: Redneck Yacht Squadron

BANK CORRESPONDENT: Standard Charter Bank – Liberia

SWIFT ADDRESS: BESPEBRSPO

SECURITY PASSWORD: showusyourtitsnautigirl

May God go with you,

Barrister Freddie Mugu

 

Tacking

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Soanya:

Last night there was no moon and I wonder if this had something to do with what we saw. At night, there was usually some amount of phosphorescence in the water, little dots of light that appear and disappear like fireflies on a summer night. This time there were puddles of light rather than pinpoints and they were brighter than I'd ever seen them. It was not just the wave action making them light up. In the distance, I could see ovals of light flashing in every part of the ocean, on both sides of the schooner. I felt the same wonder as I would looking at fireworks in the sky. Most deep sea creatures glow in some way and marine biologists say deep sea creatures come to the surface at night and sink back into the depths at dawn. I wonder which creatures I was seeing. Could they have been squid, jelly fish, shrimp, plankton or a combination of all these? And what were they doing flashing like they were?
A couple of observations:

- she is a nutcase with the brain of a 5 year old (we alreaddy knew that).

- If they have been out on the ocean for 168 days, why is this the first time she observes these "sea creatures"? I have said it before: they are at a nice location, while their website shows a Drifting Meteocean Buoy!

 
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Regatta Dog

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By far the BEST line so far from the 1000 Days of Hell Blog from More Faster:

The only reason that the Schooner Anne hasn't sunk yet is that the ocean doesn't want it.

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Thanks More Faster!!!!!!!

 

sailflat

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Whew... The show was great! I will catch up with everyone/everything tomorrow...

BUT!!! Have a good close look at that chart she is marking up. Notice anything missing?

 
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RobinCrusoe

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The are indeed the same... Robin is a reedhovian that swan70 has a stiff one for. Her picture can be found on the 1000 days site
Well - I'm not going to react like Jesse. I won't even ask why you think so. If that's what you think, so be it. But you're wrong.

 

tdwombat

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By far the BEST line so far from the 1000 Days of Hell Blog from More Faster:

The only reason that the Schooner Anne hasn't sunk yet is that the ocean doesn't want it.

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Thanks More Faster!!!!!!!
Bit like a fur ball really. Won't go all the way down but be buggered if you can cough it up.

 
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