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post #21 of 55 Old 04-11-2007
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I have heard that is a problem chartering. All the boats look the same, and are often confused by the drunks in the middle of the night! Anyone heard that??

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One of the guys I used to work with was a notorious drunk. He went to a party at some guys apartment, got drunk. passed out on the couch. He was awoken by the guy(the owner) returning to his own apartment after breakfast. The guy I worked with thought he was in his own apartment and attacked the guy, thinking he was breaking in and robbing him. He beat the **** out of the owner, called the cops, then realized he was in the wrong apartment. The cops arrested him. What an idiot.

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Wow, Sea Lions I can handle, birds too, and shrimp eating the shtuff on the hull - but drunks and that sea monster with the big hairy ones - now that's scary!
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SD, at least your sea lion wasn't amorous. We had one night visitor who was certain that if he kept, ah, pressing his luck, the pontoon on the dingy would swim away with him happily ever after.

I guess a sea lion wearing beer goggles thinks "they all look so hot!" late enough at night?
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HS... good thing no one had decided to nap in the dinghy...

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Hey, where did this guy go? You think maybe he is up the mast in a bosun's chair with a rifle and night vision glasses?

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Nah, he could be a one-shot wonder... The one-shot wonders usually post really bizarre or difficult to understand posts anyways... like this one did. Or he could have been caught and is back in his padded room.

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lol - a troll kind of post - either that or the creature from the black lagoon climbed aboard and took him away as hie mate.
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