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July 28, 2007


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That sounds IMPOSSIBLE!

But fabulous.

Maybe he knew the right person to pay off to be granted an exemption from those boring old rules of physics?

Bonnie, if you believe in the laws of physics (as I do) these people can piss you off. Except that they sail so full of joy that you shout, laugh and cry at the same time.

I love the Einstein quote on physics: "I want to know God's thoughts...the rest are details." I often think that these extaordinarlyi talented sailors have a complimentary thought, something like "I don't care what the experts say can and can not be done. I want to try to do what's never been done before. Give me a few weeks and come back and see how I'm doing."

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