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That is the most serious cockpit full of sailors at anchor i have ever seen.

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"Friday and Saturday were great! Sunday... the rum ran out."
I don't think you are far wrong. If I recall we were up most of the night surrounded by a flotilla of Polish sailors. 'course I'm pretty sure we added to the commotion.
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And Cookie started into yet another round of his unique off-key singing...

"722,192 red cups of beeeeeer on the waaaaaaaalllllllll!!!!"

We just sat in the cockpit and patiently waited for him to finish.
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Its designed to train people to not over-react and call 911 every time they see a boat going down by the bow. We owe this guy a debt of gratitude. I know I for one get tired of being harrased by the USCG and State Marine Police every time my boat sinks.

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