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Goldmund's 135k blu ray player, and their reference turntable is 300k

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Goldmund's 135k blu ray player, and their reference turntable is 300k
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$135,000 USD for a friggin' Blu-ray player?! wow!!!!...it should be great one for that price. A $300,000 turntable had better be fantastic as well.

Also why are uber-expensive things like this so damn ugly? Looks like a souped-up Playstation, the old one. I wouldn't want it in the living room. Suppose it's like those fugly overpriced Goldvish and Vertu mobile phones.
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The International Star Class is very stylish, to my eye.bigstar%5B1%5D.gif

Agreed, this is an extremely stylish class.
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The International Star Class is very stylish, to my eye.bigstar[1].gif


Dinghy racing is hilarious. I love watching people get blown over on a jibe, makes me lol every time.

 

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JOHNLER cap\

 

Cool cap from JOHNLERY.  http://www.johnlery.com

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Love the 3.0CS.  Best looking BMW ever!  Had an '88 M3 Black with burgundy interior, second best.

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Dinghy racing is hilarious. I love watching people get blown over on a jibe, makes me lol every time.

People just aren't fast enough.... Deal with the tiller, handle the jib, and then, SMACK, boom in the face.
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People just aren't fast enough.... Deal with the tiller, handle the jib, and then, SMACK, boom in the face.

 

No matter how good you are if you jibe and the wind is blowing hard enough you're going down. It's a bonus when it's a kid!
 

 

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No matter how good you are if you jibe and the wind is blowing hard enough you're going down. It's a bonus when it's a kid!

 

That can be true of a tack, I folded a hobie cat hull in half on a windy day once. Rowing a half-floating catamaran home through whitecaps is a tiring experience.

This was on a lake.
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That can be true of a tack, I folded a hobie cat hull in half on a windy day once. Rowing a half-floating catamaran home through whitecaps is a tiring experience.
This was on a lake.


rotflmao.gifI've never gotten blown over while I was on the tiller. Maybe I should take a dinghy out this summer and learn some humility!

 

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RJman is the best at intellectualizing not intellectualizing things as if he doesn't intellectualize them.
Vox, if you doom this thread to Dumb Threads like my Ambrosi thread, I swear to god . . .

Do it, Vox, do it! Hell, just do it to see if you can do it! bounce2.gif
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rotflmao.gifI've never gotten blown over while I was on the tiller. Maybe I should take a dinghy out this summer and learn some humility!

 


When it's heavy and shifty, a jibe at the wrong time can handily blow over a dinghy even when you have a good skipper -- learn it the hard way at mark roundings laugh.gif

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^ please use the spoiler tag and warn that it's NSFW, I'd really like to keep my job smile.gif
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Lloyd Reynolds! Did you go to Reed? I did, and have a reproduction of a photo of him from the archives eating in what is now the Student Union (despite having attended long since his departure).


Did you pick off any uneaten or partially eaten food before the trays were tilted into the bins?

I'm trying to decide if this was a happy accident, or if you're deliberately referencing the "scrounging" practice at Reed. As the saying goes, "Are you through with that?"
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^ please use the spoiler tag and warn that it's NSFW, I'd really like to keep my job smile.gif
I'm trying to decide if this was a happy accident, or if you're deliberately referencing the "scrounging" practice at Reed. As the saying goes, "Are you through with that?"

Yes, I was referring to the scrounging tradition at Reed.
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^ please use the spoiler tag and warn that it's NSFW, I'd really like to keep my job smile.gif
I'm trying to decide if this was a happy accident, or if you're deliberately referencing the "scrounging" practice at Reed. As the saying goes, "Are you through with that?"

Yes, I was referring to the scrounging tradition at Reed.

You'd tell me if you were sick, right?
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