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Old 09-21-2011, 07:34 PM
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http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/cri...0,908373.story

really? That's a go-fast?

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well, it was faster than the Coast Guard Cutter.
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well, it was faster than the Coast Guard Cutter.
who's power ????
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It does have a beak,
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After you dump the 4,000 lbs of coke, it moves pretty good.
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How many hours do you think those oars have left on them ?
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Too funny. Sometimes the Coast Guard forgets that their terminology doesn't always translate well to the civilian word. Their definition of a "go fast" is pretty much anything without a sail and has a motor.
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I can loan the Coast Guard a set of hand trucks!
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Whenever I see something like this I always wonder about the 'other' boats.

You know... the ones they didn't catch.
Because that IS NOT the boat that brought the yayo up from South America.

It's a lot of blow, but I bet it is less than 10% of what was on the mothership.
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