Pertaining to "MORE INFORMATION THAN YOU REQUIRE," a further compendium of COMPLETE WORLD KNOWLEDGE, and its author. That is all.
Dear Mr. Hodgman:I am very sorry you do not like paddle wheel boats because I was going to invite you on a 3-hour paddlewheel boat tour of San Francisco Bay. You would very much enjoy the twenty-foot waves and the very big boats--aircraft carriers, oil tankers and luxury boats like the QE2--that float by. (Sometimes, I can reach out and touch the propellers!) If you change your mind, let me know and I will buy an extra lifejacket. Do you like the orange or the circle kind?Sincerely,Hugh LaffertyEmeryville, CA
just use one foot.and it goes on the pedal, making the paddle go. . . .i suspect the experience to be very different - pedal vs paddlehot tip! avoid the middle - always lean to the left to avoid any sort of supernatural activity.
Perhaps one of these other devil machines will suffice. I'm partial to Jelalian's contraption.
@sarabelumFor meddling in the way of posting, you should receive a medal.
"There's a lake of stewAnd whisky tooYou can paddle all around itIn a big canoe"
Dear Mr. HodgmanI am curious as to whether or not certain portions of our book, "The Areas of My Expertise", were inspired by a novel, "House of Leaves". More precisely a certain hobo symbol (this house is bigger on the inside) made me think that you might have been a fan of Danielewski's work.Thanks,Mtp.
I have piloted one of these devil boats in the Tampa Bay. You are wise to avoid this scenario.
When you visit the SF Bay Area, might I suggest that instead of that infernal contraption you come for a jaunt on this one (which is located quite a bit inland, but which [in the absence of gun-toting ranchers, in which case we'll offer a tour of Pixar instead] is pretty much worth it)?
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