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April 17, 2009


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Awesome! TQ loves him some blues - when will it be ready for download so I can send it to him?

(no pressure eh?)

Hey, planing isn't everything! What happened to your songs of praise for light wind freestyle? Although no one could be as cool as Caesar Finies, I did manage to pull off a couple shaky guillotine/jawbreakers thanks to some pointers from Mike Burns.

No, the blues I'm dealing with right now are the windsurfing-van-broke-down-halfway-from-Hatteras blues. Oh well, at least it's on the return leg. Sign me,

(Stuck in) Delaware Jeff

Hey, you sang the song, I just wrote it down. And you know my mama didn't raise no wind snob! Meanwhile what are the guillotine and jawbreaker? Light wind fools such as I want to know.

See you when you get back!

The guillotine and jawbreaker are names for the same move, which Caesar throws 0:20 seconds in on the video in your next post: http://www.peconicpuffin.com/the_peconic_puffin/2009/04/hail-caesarhe-is-coming.html

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