[Public-List] Public-List Digest, Vol 1458, Issue 3
Roger L. Kingsland
r.kingsland at ksba.com
Wed Feb 25 08:34:46 PST 2009
I was thinking of putting 30 yellow happy faces with their mouths shaped in
the letter "A" on my main but your graphic sounds much better. Can you send
I assume your crew has rehearsed the Canadian version of the Rebel Yell
(mentioned in your comments on docking a few years ago) so, if and when an
actual "thrust" occurs, you will be prepared to memorialize it verbally.
Can you also send me a CD of one of your rehearsals?
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[mailto:public-list-bounces at lists.alberg30.org] On Behalf Of Gordon Laco
Sent: Tuesday, February 24, 2009 7:58 PM
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I wish I had seen that before.
I made up my own emblem for my new main last year... It features an
anthropomorphized Alberg 30 with a huge bow wave pursuing a terror stricken
fin-keeled bleach bottle-type light weight racing yacht....one of the A30's
arms (tatooed with the emblem on the link below) is holding the victim boat
in a strangle hold, the other arm is holding an oversized harpoon dripping
with gore, and is about to thrust it through the unfortunate boat's heart.
Now I will have to change it...
Gord #426 Surprise
On 2/24/09 7:25 PM, "laserandy at aol.com" <laserandy at aol.com> wrote:
> In case John Birch's description left you too much room for
> interpretation, the emblem is set out in the handbook at By-Law 3 and
> thanks to George, reproduced on the webpage at:
> Andrew Cole
> Andante 152
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