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    Originally posted by OTIS311
    Im sure they will blame it on performance boaters and their high speeds somehow
    Yep... I'm sure somehow it will boil down to us. The performance boater... $hit... Why couldn't it just have been the Manatees, then we would have been able to kill 2 birds with one stone...

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    Originally posted by HebertNecessity
    I believe it comes from the 300,000+lbs of manatee dung per day in fla waters
    Yea thats it the dang sea cows at fault!!!!
    If your boat has a sail do you ride a horse to the ramp?

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    I would be more inclined to think that the blow boaters are responsible for this by dumping their lavs into the a$$ MOFO's

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    No $hit!!! (no pun intended)

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    Location is Northwest Florida, mostly Port St Joe area but (one) as far west as Mexico Beach. Haven't heard about Panama City Beach yet.

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    Between yesterday and last weekend, I've seen more dolphins out swimming and playing around than in many years...I wonder what the deal is?

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