I have had my share of humiliation from your topics #2 & 3 (below). Astute
choices, as examples of humiliation.
I've little experience with sailboats-- but I can tell you that learning to
windsurf (which seems a bit similar) was WAY humiliating. (I'm sure it
provided good entertainment for the onlookers, however. They were mostly
rolling and kicking in the sand!)
Russ, #1226B (AKA "Moondoggie")
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Bryan Savage
Sent: Tuesday, September 23, 2003 10:18 PM
To: Russel Mack
Cc: Joe Amo; Sparky; email@example.com
Subject: Re: Great Job
How true Russ.
The three best ways to learn humility are:
1) Trying to sail a small boat (no motor) from point A to B.
2) Being Chief of Staff to your cat.
3) Racin' at Bonneville.
Russel Mack wrote:
>that's just RACIN'! If you don't feel really stupid every now and then,
>either you are not "pushing the envelope" (your own personal one, that is),