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Is everyone aware of the National Geospatial Agency site?-it has a daily updated intelligence section on current piracy threats on the high seas.
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I'll have to check out the site. I didn't know about the piracy updates. Speaking of piracy, according to Wikipedia "digital hording" is classified as an obsessive compulsive disorder now. Interesting. Compulsive hoarding - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia... Aye Matey! — ye scurvy torrent dogs!

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Thank you for spamming us, you j@ck@ss.

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Do you have a link for that?
This twassock has a link for everything and Sailing Dog is dead right to abuse him.

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