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Old 11-21-2012
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Re: HMS Bounty in trouble...

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I am quite sure that ships and fishing boats are not having more accidents but lesser
Based on what? Why do you say this? Whats your metric here?

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, so if the numbers are increasing that can only mean more deep water pleasure boat accidents
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If the above is not true then this statement isnt also. I thought the information was that the number was decreasing ???

Very dangerous to post hunches as fact then draw a conclusion from that.
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