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Why does the wind shutoff like a switch?
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blond_wind



Joined: 20 Jul 2007
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 01, 2007 9:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Probably me and you don't undestand very well. I am italian, and sometimes I don't understand very well. You don't know me, but you know that I want. It is very strange. Are you a wizard? It is more simple. I am a woman, and it is strange and different that I have a passion and my passion is windsurf, a sport for man. I am not angry with you, you
can tell all wickeds that you want because I smile especially if you became nervous. If you belive or not is the same for me. Probably you can accept that I am a woman, my passion is windsurf, I want to try to change my life for istance move myself at the opposite part of a globe in a warm place.

rowena wrote:
I thought she meant Ralph Kramden, you know, the Jackie Gleason character from the "Honeymooners". (Had to google that!)

C'mon, MKrasnoff, don't give up on the forum! The funny Italian lady might be back soon, and then it will be fun again! We'll listen to her escapades in Casablanca, and how she wants to meet a nice windsurfing boy!

Nealpar! We need your lawyering expertise over at the Kiters vs. everybody else forum!
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dabull1



Joined: 19 Mar 1997
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 01, 2007 10:44 am    Post subject: Nasty boys and girls! Reply with quote

Dear Blond Wind, please accept our collective apology for having sport with you. Most of the posters on this forum know each other personally from sailing at our beloved Leo, so under a thin veil of annonimity, we can rag on each other without mercy and all is well when we get together at the beach. We actually encourage our women sailors, even NP, to bring others into the fold. I prefer to look at the lady W/S than jrbassking, mkrasnof, or theq any day of the week. Please don't feel self concious about your english, most of the posters have a rough time with it too, plus our italian isn't the greatest! I enjoy your posts, it lightens up the aire of self importance expressed by many....ooohhh!!!! Welcome to our occasionally windy world! Bull
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jpbassking



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PostPosted: Wed Aug 01, 2007 10:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

work it bull... Laughing
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blond_wind



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PostPosted: Wed Aug 01, 2007 12:14 pm    Post subject: Re: Nasty boys and girls! Reply with quote

Thank you so much. You are very kind. I have readen on a canadian windsurf magazine 'Windsurf' about your website iwindsurf so I am here.
Thanks to accept me
dabull1 wrote:
Dear Blond Wind, please accept our collective apology for having sport with you. Most of the posters on this forum know each other personally from sailing at our beloved Leo, so under a thin veil of annonimity, we can rag on each other without mercy and all is well when we get together at the beach. We actually encourage our women sailors, even NP, to bring others into the fold. I prefer to look at the lady W/S than jrbassking, mkrasnof, or theq any day of the week. Please don't feel self concious about your english, most of the posters have a rough time with it too, plus our italian isn't the greatest! I enjoy your posts, it lightens up the aire of self importance expressed by many....ooohhh!!!! Welcome to our occasionally windy world! Bull
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justingordon



Joined: 04 May 2002
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 01, 2007 1:41 pm    Post subject: Maui Reply with quote

I live in Sprecks (upwind of Kanaha). I can tell you that the wind always blows here, except maybe 70 days a year, mostly in November, December, and January. The only thing to complain about is that the surf is not over logo high all the time. Just check the charts for Kanaha the last 30 days!

I moved to Maui for the sailing and I can sail in my backyard, but now I occasionally sail, mostly because there is so much to do in Maui. It's a fabulous place to live!

If you or anybody you know is interested in coming to Maui, I might be able to help you find some guest rooms, with great sailing right in the backyard. If you're interested, drop me an e-mail at justingordon at yahoo dot com (trying to avoid spam).

Aloha,

Justin
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blond_wind



Joined: 20 Jul 2007
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 02, 2007 5:21 am    Post subject: Re: Maui Reply with quote

Thank you for your advise but the first problem to move in Maui is about my job. I work in information technology and my profile is for the big company. Probably I have to change job but it will be very difficult

justingordon wrote:
I live in Sprecks (upwind of Kanaha). I can tell you that the wind always blows here, except maybe 70 days a year, mostly in November, December, and January. The only thing to complain about is that the surf is not over logo high all the time. Just check the charts for Kanaha the last 30 days!

I moved to Maui for the sailing and I can sail in my backyard, but now I occasionally sail, mostly because there is so much to do in Maui. It's a fabulous place to live!

If you or anybody you know is interested in coming to Maui, I might be able to help you find some guest rooms, with great sailing right in the backyard. If you're interested, drop me an e-mail at justingordon at yahoo dot com (trying to avoid spam).

Aloha,

Justin
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jpbassking



Joined: 19 May 1998
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 02, 2007 10:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

blond_wind, try the bay area (San Francisco, San Mateo, Berkley, etc) the wind there is pretty good and there are a lot of I.T. jobs.
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