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Ther's just certain things that one should keep to themself.
Or at least accomplished under the cover of darkness. There are groups out there that would have had Mike arrested for destroying an entire ecosystem!
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My first "big" boat.
Actually kinda miss the old girl. At least she ended up in good hands and is now actively cruising around Oahu.
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Things are rough ....



On the hard...
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thats really good photoshop or is that real?

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LOL...nice photoshop job... but the letters are a bit pixelated... so it's pretty obvious
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Or at least accomplished under the cover of darkness. There are groups out there that would have had Mike arrested for destroying an entire ecosystem!


SHHHHH, don't spread it around. There were even small crabs and a puffer fish that got blown off with the pressure wash.

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I'm afraid that's real. Alex is declairing chapter 22 bankrupcy. That's twice as bad as chapter 11 and they keep it twice as secret.
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I wanna know how they get a thing that big in one of those little vacuum seal thingies in the kitchen......

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