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August 07, 2008

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tillerman

My next door neighbor is in the merchant marine. A few months ago he said he was going on an assignment off the east coast of Africa. I jokingly said, "Watch out for pirates." I haven't seen him since. Hmmmm.

will vandorp

i wonder if cutlasses, eyepatches, attack parrots--the basic halloween getup--would have had deterred equally?

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