Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2002/11/22

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Subject: Re: [Leica] Re: "Do it anyway"
From: "Steve LeHuray" <>
Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2002 19:04:13 -0400

Stuart Phillips says:

> I think Steve means that he has a MODEL  cutter. You CAN take that anywhere.
> I remember when I was 7, it was a real chick magnet. Doris Bird would never
> leave me alone until my parent had to intervene. And as Steve says BD, model
> sailboats don't poop.

Eat your heart out B.D. and Stuart, they find me:


>> The only draw back, Steve, is that you can't take your cutter everywhere
>> you go - the "chicks" have to come to you...A dog can go to the park, go
>> to the post office, ride next to you in the car, etc. etc. And while
>> there is no question that all puppies come with poop, all poop decks
>> come with scrubbing, polishing, sanding, varnishing, and bills, bills,
>> bills! (Not that I would for an instant deny the sublime pleasure of
>> heading out of Annapolis Harbor into the Chesapeake, blowing past the
>> Thomas Point light on a broad reach - especially in a wooden boat. ;-)
>> B. D.
>> B.D. Colen seems to think:
>> > If you're really looking for "chick bait," dump the cars, dump the
>> > Leicas - and get a dog. Puppies are best; small dogs are excellent.
>> >
>> My classic cutter rigged wood sailboat built with Honduras Mahogany
>> really brings in the chicks. Plus I do not have to worry about puppy
>> poop.
>> sl
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