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February 11, 2010


John Davey

You see Dick, if dis trophy was for hot-air ballooning or power boating, it would be dis high.


Ummm. posted at 11:52 AM.

Great minds think alike?


See, "Made in China"...


First muddle sugar, lime, and mint. Then fill up to here with rum-hit with a little seltzer and, who needs to sail?


Americas-Cup? Oh .. What Class ??


Mine comes right up to there...

Joe Rouse

I'm confused by all these caption contests!


Me too. Why does everyone have to copy me?


Flattery, Tillerman, Flattery


See...this is when we got it back.

ken wilkinson

Richard saying-"Yeah that looks great but I came here to learn about Sailing not how to make a Wedding Cake."

Rob Falconer

Richard Branson looks down as his balloon passes the top of St. Paul's Cathedral

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