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  1. Ants Uiga 6 months ago

    S A R – search and rescue or some assembly required.

  2. Vicente Planelles 6 months ago

    Oh Snap!

  3. Ron Harben 6 months ago

    Damned kiters are coming up with something new every day!

  4. David R 6 months ago

    Hey, carefully now! Don’t bend the Windex!!

  5. Edward 6 months ago

    Double spreader. Mast with furler need s
    TLC ..

  6. Michael Berndt 6 months ago

    I know it is a bit Avant-garde, but it is to big for my wall.

  7. John Tennyson 6 months ago

    Unlike his later efforts, such as Running Fence, Christo’s early works were devoted to Industrial Nihilism, a direction he abandoned after the Department of Public Sanitation repeatedly moved his public works to local landfill. Seen above, Pursuit Abandoned, 1966.

  8. Ron Landmann 6 months ago

    folding it to return to the manufacturer per their instructions.

  9. Matt 6 months ago

    Hold it right there! I can see the giants game … oh wait, you can drop it now.

  10. Larry 6 months ago

    I said Flake the main

  11. Jere Visalli 6 months ago

    The new Marina’s art installation had all the sailors visibly nervous

  12. Brad Kerstetter 6 months ago

    Nonsuch thing as a simple wishbone rig.

  13. Peter Bellak 6 months ago

    Hmmmm, I think it’s right…let me see the picture again.

  14. Beverly G 6 months ago

    Hitherto unheralded artist makes big splash in art world with tech sculpture that challenges Alexander Calder and Theo Jansen’s kinetic sculpture. The disruptive form looks accidental, but took years to create.

  15. Scott Henry 6 months ago

    Best. SOS. Flag. Ever!

  16. Klaus Kutz 6 months ago

    Hanging out the laundry…

  17. David Cohan 6 months ago

    “As soon as I get the kinks out of my new mast folding system, I’ll win the Around Alameda race for sure!”

  18. David A. 6 months ago

    “Shipping Channel?” “What Shipping Cannel”

  19. Steve Hodges 6 months ago

    Beyond wabi sabi

  20. Chris 6 months ago

    “The Art of Rigging”

  21. Kent Carter 6 months ago


  22. Trick 6 months ago

    Headstay looks amazing.. how do you get that much sag??

  23. Rich Hudnut 6 months ago

    Newly found Calder piece, not selling for 400k

  24. milly Biller 6 months ago

    We didn’t win the kite flying contest

  25. Rob Falconer 6 months ago

    But you’re supposed to fold it after taking it out of the washing-machine

  26. Brian Richards 6 months ago

    Ease the frackelater.

  27. David Hume 6 months ago

    The new foldable rig system saves space in your garage

  28. David Hume 6 months ago

    “I told you that bridge was too low”

  29. Kelvin D. Meeks 6 months ago

    There’s no reasoning with hurricane season

  30. Bill Nork 6 months ago

    New!! From the folks who brought you the Fold-O-Boat comes the new Fold-O-Mast! No more pesky main sail flaking systems to bother with — just fold it and forget it! This model also comes with the unique articulating boomerang jib foiler. Just trim the jib horizontally, and forget it!

  31. Bill Willcox 6 months ago

    Nobel prize in quantum mechanics announced for chaos theory experiment. Winner credits rogue wave function.

  32. Bill Huber 6 months ago

    “Pretty sure the chute is still flying from the range mark, and Latitude38 turned a photo of THAT into a caption contest!”

  33. Tom Walchli 6 months ago

    Let me guess. Mumm 30?

  34. David N Henry 6 months ago

    Isn’t there supposed to be a crab pot on the end of that hoist?

  35. Eben Kermit 5 months ago

    Jibe Ho!!!! Ooops!

  36. Dave Peterson 5 months ago

    Oh come on lads! I said let’s splice the mainbrace and have a shot of rum, not splice the main mast…

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