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Old 08-10-2010, 12:33 AM
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Wet cleanup in aisle 4!
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Wow, I wonder if they will blame that on global warming or BP.
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damn, 4 million pair of wet sneakers....
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The vessel name fits. They're in a world of chitra!
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Salvage, reminds me of a similar situation that they made a show about. Was it most dangerous jobs?
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Salvage, reminds me of a similar situation that they made a show about. Was it most dangerous jobs?
something like that.Wasn't it a car transprt that was taking on water pretty bad or something like that.
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No problem they have the ship breakers there that will handle it .
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Wow, I wonder if they will blame that on global warming or BP.
They'll probly blame it on the collision it had with that other ship...
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