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Re: The Emotions Over The Bounty Tragedy

I can be an emotional person sometimes. I prefer that rather than be a block of logical stone. I beleive I am adult enough to know the difference of when it cannot be allowed to influence my decisons.

What got me emotional is hearing people lost their life. I to have been on the Bounty as well as 15 tall ships in the last year. They are incredible.

I still have tears in my eyes as I watch and look at the destruction in Staten Island, Breezy Point, and th NY/NJ shore areas.

Emotion is not weakness.
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