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Re: An Informed Opinion about the Bounty

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I disagree with you.... There are many cruisers out there who are extremely inflexible. It is a difficulty that can become a safety problem.
For example route planning is only a plan... Whereas many will think that lays it all in concrete.


As to the rest of your post, we are still finding out more. So I think the time put in is still valuable. But we are not forcing you to read it, so why waste your time writing about wasting your time?
We know we a not wasting ours!
I have no problem with other being inflexible especially in their float plan. I would mention it if I think it is a bad move, but other than that none of my business unless my kids and close friends.

I have not followed the Bounty Thread for a long time. It has become a diminish for me. I was surprise it is still going on.

I hope someone can give us a reader digest version of the threads and omit all the miscommunication and misunderstanding posts.
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Re: An Informed Opinion about the Bounty

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I disagree with you.... There are many cruisers out there who are extremely inflexible. It is a difficulty that can become a safety problem.
For example route planning is only a plan... Whereas many will think that lays it all in concrete.


As to the rest of your post, we are still finding out more. So I think the time put in is still valuable. But we are not forcing you to read it, so why waste your time writing about wasting your time?
We know we a not wasting ours!
I have no problem with other being inflexible especially in their float plan. I would mention it if I think it is a bad move, but other than that none of my business unless my kids and close friends.

I have not followed the Bounty Thread for a long time. It has become a diminish for me. I was surprise it is still going on.

I hope someone can give us a reader digest version of the threads and omit all the miscommunication and misunderstanding posts.
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Re: An Informed Opinion about the Bounty

My best friend was killed when his car hit a house at seventy mph. I understand the feelings behind this letter. Since I got out of hospital after the crash 32 years ago I've been pissed at my friend. But still love him.
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Re: An Informed Opinion about the Bounty

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Very appropriate. Best Post on this thread


God Bless you Captain Robin Walbridge and Claudene Christian. May your families and friends find peace in our prayers for you.

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Re: An Informed Opinion about the Bounty

How about when one judge's people who judge?
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Re: An Informed Opinion about the Bounty

I do not understand this thread, The Captain made a mistake, like many others, and has paid for it with his own and another life. There isnt much else to say. It matters not what his reasons were, the events are the events.
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Re: An Informed Opinion about the Bounty

Looks to me like the corpse of the horse has been dragged to a new thread & the beating will continue.
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looks to me like the corpse of the horse has been dragged to a new thread & the beating will continue.
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Re: An Informed Opinion about the Bounty

So, why do you guys keep posting?
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Re: An Informed Opinion about the Bounty

Fun......and someone has to keep you and Sal centered.


and when new info appears like the show on the Weather Channel last night.

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