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Re: US citizen working on foreign-flagged vessels #2

Originally Posted by Minnewaska View Post
A duplicate thread? I just noticed the original was edited too.

You really think you've been all that polite? Your original premise belittle anyone without the prerequisite to answer your question, when you have no way to know if they have it or not. You can't get social media to follow your directive and more than you can get these foreign employers to cooperate. Not how life works.

I'm seeing a pattern.
Hey, it's really nothing to concern ourselves with. This person wouldn't last a week on a crew anyway, with his attitude.
I've seen it dozens of times (and fired 'em all); they won't be on the boat more than 24 hours before they're telling everybody, including the captain, that they've a better way to do everything, including clean the toilets!
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