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Re: HMS Bounty in trouble...

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Originally Posted by NCC320 View Post
Chef,

My guess is that the horse is not yet dead, so maybe we should keep beating him to make sure.
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The only horse thats dead is the Captains responsibilty in this. Thats apparent so if you are satisfied feel free to pass on the thread. There is absolutely nothing that can be done to prevent a person from having poor judgement that I know off

Obviously there are other horses (issues) in play here, and thats why they had an investigation. Its apparent to me that the shipyard has had some issues to address as well as the TSC who looked the other way.

None of these absolve Walbridge, your only horse in the race so you can move along now. Seems like horses arent the only ones who wear blinders.
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