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Does the Stella Artois flag have anything to do with the excellent acrobatic skills of that sea lion?

Our personal story with trolls is as follows:

On a trip in 2005 to Alaska, we were anchored in Fitzgibbons inlet, at the top of the Behm canal. This is a very isolated spot and we haven't seen any other human for days. About 04h00 am we heard a scratching noise on the hull immediately beside where my wife's head was on the pillow. Then slamming, more scratching and more slamming, on and on and on. We realized it was probably a seal (we saw many earlier that day), but the fact that this commotion is going on two inches from your head is quite deleterious to further sleep! We never saw anything.

However, I'm now wondering whether the morphions (or whatever Giu called them again) are also indigenous to Alaskan waters??

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Does the Stella Artois flag have anything to do with the excellent acrobatic skills of that sea lion?

Our personal story with trolls is as follows:

On a trip in 2005 to Alaska, we were anchored in Fitzgibbons inlet, at the top of the Behm canal. This is a very isolated spot and we haven't seen any other human for days. About 04h00 am we heard a scratching noise on the hull immediately beside where my wife's head was on the pillow. Then slamming, more scratching and more slamming, on and on and on. We realized it was probably a seal (we saw many earlier that day), but the fact that this commotion is going on two inches from your head is quite deleterious to further sleep! We never saw anything.

However, I'm now wondering whether the morphions (or whatever Giu called them again) are also indigenous to Alaskan waters??

Magnus
Absolutely, but with the cold water, shrinkage renders them to nothing more than a nuisance.
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Like'd the post thus far.

I saw someone with similar issues... He was refered to me by the police. they had told him we could give him medicine which would be undetectable to humans but would make him invisible to the 'animals' attacking him.
It worked, he takes his meds and the animals leave him alone, also works for voices no one else can hear, space aliens, ghosts...

yet to cure mother in-laws or ex wives
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but here's where it things get really ugly....

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but here's where it things get really ugly....

That's definitely the ugliest sea lion I ever saw...
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Could the creature be one of these? a Sea Monkey?
I hope this photo posts!
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but here's where it things get really ugly....

Very cool monster shark image . . . didn't see it right away.
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Very cool monster shark image . . . didn't see it right away.
LOL... didn't even notice it... Damn monitor's too big... lose the small details unless you're right up close to it.
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Could the creature be one of these? a Sea Monkey?
I hope this photo posts!

Welcome Abord, Dock........
Looks like your gonna fit right in.
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TB,please tell the Mrs that I am trully sorry...you see for a period of time there were many nights that I ended up where I should not have while partying on the Island...mostly in the late 80s,Nicks,Ballards,puusycat??? thems were da days what I remember of them,Im feeling much better now..lol
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