One of my favorite days of the year is International Talk Like A Pirate Day. This is a day to get out there and show the world that you have Pirattitude!

This year I am celebrating by hosting a contest over on my Blog The BenSpark (kinda sounds like a name for a ship don’t it). I’m giving away a copy of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. It would be a great addition to your pirate DVD collection. You can enter Cap’n BenSpark’s International Talk Like A Pirate Day, Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Man’s Chest DVD Giveaway Contest.

Just follow the instructions that I wrote up over on the BenSpark. You have about a week to enter.

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4 Responses to “International Talk Like a Pirate Day”

  1. Emma says:

    Happy International Pirates Day! I posted about it on my site as well. Thanks for the kayaking info.

  2. Drew says:

    Thanks emma. I liked your ITLAPD post and I appreciated your comment here.

  3. Meg Meyer says:

    In all honesty, I traveled here, through the D-List. That being said, I liked the title of your blog, which is what got me to click.

    I’ve thought kayaking looked fun for a while, but haven’t found many good resources for learning, where I live (even though I’m near a lake, go figure.) And I don’t quite have the arm strength to warrant just buying the equipment and starting without training or conditioning.

    While I’m here… 2 asides…

    1. When I click “Post a comment,” the pop up box is really small with no scroll bars or resizing. (I finally figured out I could click and drag inside the window to get to the comment box. Not sure if it’s a layout thing or a Firefox thing.

    2. I’m a fellow Postie, pleased to meet you. 😉


    Meg Meyer
    Center of Muse

  4. Drew says:

    Hi Meg,

    First off, welcome, thanks for visiting my blog. I will work harder on some information on resources. The blog is still fairly new and finding its voice.

    Arem strength isn’t the most important factor, in fact you shouldn’t rely on arm strength at all, kayaking really uses your back muscles and the muscles of your trunk. That is if you are doing it right. Sure you can “power” through the paddle using your arms but you will tire sooner. Using your back and trunk to wind up like a coiled spring is what is going to allow you to paddle for hours and hours.

    The scroll bar thing with the comment is weird, I use firefox and never have an issue.

    Glad to meet another postie.