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Re: The Emotions Over The Bounty Tragedy

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don't recall such insulting vitriol coming your way-Minniewaska.
not met to insult my friend. If it did I apoligize.

Maybe I didnt phrase it quite politically correctly. Let me try and rephrase here. He appears to be the one person so far with obvious stated credentials which are relevant and IMHO that may be able to clarify and offer facts other than the captain left the dock in face of a hurricane.

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This thread is about why we are so emotional and you're still leading the pack- Minniewaska.
It seems when I have an opinion it is considered an emotional one. Thats is also insulting. I have already explained why I think this incident raised an emotional response as the OP requested and how that may have affected me.
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