Who'd'a thunk it? Read the crew list:
OT: This guy has to be a descendant of Horace, doesn't he?
I didn't know the Hulk was a boater.
Also, I am assuming you realize who the owner of this boat is right? I guess now that we're not looking for a new coach he doesn't have to be down in the gulf fishing.
a meh post.
No, that didn't escape my notice, I just figured "Bill Martin races boats" had been well-discussed in the past. But I figured there could only be one family of Prettymans in Ann Arbor.
to figure out what the hell your riddle of a post was getting at.
For those wondering: Bill Martin's race sailboat features Mike Martin as a crew member. i presume NNTMM
Edit: that wasn't even your point. your point was Adam Prettyman.
it is truly July
I saw Mike Martin on the list and automatically thought it was Bill's son. But, if our former A.D. can get That Mike Martin on his sailboat, I wonder if TMM would play on my men's C league hockey team this fall?
I noticed the Prettyman name on the list and got the joke. I also wondered if the hulk was on board in case the wind died down. I figure he could row it by himself.
I still can't figure out their logo. To me, it appears to be the one hundred and shippy third running of this event.
"Turbo". Who knew sailboats could use their engines in a race??
Edit 2: I did catch it.
He isn't a Prettyman without the heirloom mustache. I recieved mine from my father who recieved his from his father who brought it over from the old country.
I find the sport of yacht-boat racing, or "yachting", as the youth are fond of quipping, to be a truly fine way to engage one's mind and body while staying upon the seaside or lakeside.
And here I was looking for Ancient Roman poetry.
Having Mike Martin grinding on the winches would be a huge advantage. He could get a Spinnaker up in no time.
I met Bill Martin when we were doing a crapload of work for the DDA in Ann Arbor, relocating DTE facilities around the site of the underground garage......