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bigman241
01-26-2011, 19:28
Check this out, I would dive it when it sinks

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bfmorgan
01-26-2011, 19:48
Quite clever, visit the Florida Keys in Biscayne Bay......The hardest part would be to do it without being seen. I wonder if you could get in trouble for littering?

Davetowz
01-26-2011, 21:07
I'd dive it, and study music at the same time....hmm...there is the sandbar...

bigman241
01-26-2011, 21:22
Nothing the first hurricane will not fix, wonder if it will turn turtle. lol I do wonder on the littering, well more think they should. I remember reading about not putting anything that does not belong there.
I'd dive it, and study music at the same time....hmm...there is the sandbar...

PhD4JC
01-27-2011, 11:57
It wouldn't play for me.

:-(



Check this out, I would dive it when it sinks

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bigman241
01-27-2011, 12:39
they found out it was a bunch kids who on new years set it on fire, for pictures. Artist I guess. Then they took it and dumped it on the sand, I honeslty think it needs to go, I can just image all the oil and finish washing out of the wood into the water. :smiley5:
It wouldn't play for me.

:-(

bottomdweller
01-27-2011, 13:13
Mystery solved...
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