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it's seriously off topic but i just finished watching season one of tainted love. pretty awesome.
it's the only season so far right... I am sure Orlando would fly a pirate flag

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it's the only season so far right... I am sure Orlando would fly a pirate flag

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yes. if he wouldn't i know for sure she would.
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yes. if he wouldn't i know for sure she would.
and he would suffer the consequence ;-)
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Re: Is flying a pirate flag lame?

On Point just had a pirate story

Blackbeard And The Golden Age Of Pirates | On Point with Tom Ashbrook
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Re: Is flying a pirate flag lame?

Nothing wrong with flying a Pirate flag at all....

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Re: Is flying a pirate flag lame?

Wrong?--no. Totally harmless.
Lame? (OP: "Is it considered lame...?")--Yep, kind of. Might have looked 'bad' the first ten thousand times, but now you look like one of those guys who use a stubble razor.
How about a Somalian courtesy flag?
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Re: Is flying a pirate flag lame?

I not only fly the jolly roger...i even play this game

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Re: Is flying a pirate flag lame?

Flying a pirate flag while putting up absolutely no resistance to being boarded by the US Coast Guard or equivalent agency is lame.

Resisting being boarded by the US Coast Guard while flying a pirate flag is potentially an excellent entry submission in competition for the Darwin Awards.
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Re: Is flying a pirate flag lame?

No offense--looks like a good game, but the 18th-century pirate wearing a hoodie? Gimme a break. Does he have a neck tattoo and say, 'Yo, wassup" a lot?
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A pirate flag just doesn't mean what it used to.
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No offense--looks like a good game, but the 18th-century pirate wearing a hoodie? Gimme a break. Does he have a neck tattoo and say, 'Yo, wassup" a lot?
L-word.
A pirate flag just doesn't mean what it used to.
If you don't know the game I can understand the "hoodie" remark. There are many things that one could call lame but to answer the original question. The only thing lame in this situation are the people that think that they can tell you what you should fly on YOUR boat.
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