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I don't know either. But maybe the captain of this vessel does.
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A "Why did the cross the road joke" I actually found funny.

"Everybody always said I didn't get that job because my wife is white. If you're not strong enough to look through that then you have the issue."
-Charlie Strong, assistant head coach of the Florida Gators

Black presidents of the US=1
Black head coaches in the SEC=0
Something needs to change.
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i don't think it's a cruise ship.
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it's a (cargo) seaship
and looks to be slightly photshopped
(my dad's a schipper and i have seen many damaged ships due to my work, and this looks very dubious )


but i know you just copy and pasted it
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it's a (cargo) seaship
and looks to be slightly photshopped
(my dad's a schipper and i have seen many damaged ships due to my work, and this looks very dubious )


but i know you just copy and pasted it
DAMN! You and Drake are correct. It's a cargo ship.
Mandy, didn't you catch my screw up from yesterday as well?

Fact is, I'm operating on very little sleep nowadays, so I don't even bother proofing. I just [as you remember from yesterday] cut and paste.

I live only blocks from the Port of Oakland in California, and I have yet to see a single mishap. Knock on wood.

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DAMN! You and Drake are correct. It's a cargo ship.
Mandy, didn't you catch my screw up from yesterday as well?

Fact is, I'm operating on very little sleep nowadays, so I don't even bother proofing. I just [as you remember from yesterday] cut and paste.

I live only blocks from the Port of Oakland in California, and I have yet to see a single mishap. Knock on wood.
i work at an accounting office for schippers
so our clients all own a cargo ship
(smaller ships though, we only have a few sea-schippers as out clients)
and when they hit something and cause damage or damage their ships
we often get to see the pictures

my parents own a 63 meter ship
wanna see?
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