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post #11 of 12 Old 10-23-2003
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How to hold reefer lids on at sea?

Just to help out those who don''t know, a reefer lid is technically 1.0 ounces of reefer, not counting baggie or papers.

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How to hold reefer lids on at sea?

Oh Flicker their you go being a one percenter, don''t forget the three ounce lead sinker in case the coasties come around.Hahahahahhahah that will get us flamed to hell and back i am sure.
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