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Old 18 November 2005, 08:07   #1
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Watch out - Dead Whale

Just in case you are around the Nab Tower today.

DEAD WHALE VICINITY NAB TOWER

1 A DEAD WHALE HAS BEEN REORTED IN POS. 50 DEG. 39.0 N 000 DEG. 53.8 W.

2 THIS WAS REPORTED AT 1130 LOCAL TIME. THE WHALE IS CONSIDERED TO BE A HAZARD TO SMALL SHIPPING AND VESSELS SHOULD NAVIGATE WITH CAUTION IN THIS AREA.

3 THE FOLLOWING PORTSMOUTH NAVWARNS REMAIN IN FORCE: 32/03, 10/04, 06/05, 65/05, 68/05, 71/05, 77/05 AND 78/05.
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Old 18 November 2005, 09:16   #2
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Didn't someone ding a prop on Wednesday ? are these two events connected in any way ? was this the work of the infamous A3 pheasant killer
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Old 18 November 2005, 09:53   #3
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Oh Noooooooooooo.

Not another one of Nashers pets gone west?
It will probably wash up at Lee-on-Sewage like the last one, so the truth will out.
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Didn't someone ding a prop on Wednesday ?
maybe thats what caused it and there was me thinking it was rock fish. Its in steel dev now for some TLC

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Hmmmmm...Where was Bogi earlier today ???
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Old 19 November 2005, 03:44   #6
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Didn't someone ding a prop on Wednesday ? are these two events connected in any way ? was this the work of the infamous A3 pheasant killer
EX-cuse me

The pheasant-killer was at work. Keeping the economy of Pompey going.

But the Last of The Summer Winos were up to no good. I didn't know they were into harpooning though

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But the Last of The Summer Winos were up to no good.
EX-cuse me

We were discussing the fiscal economy, and what effect it might have on global warming.. Plus there might have been one or two reference's regarding the barmaid, tho I wouldn't have been involved in those..
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But the Last of The Summer Winos were up to no good. I didn't know they were into harpooning though

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It wasn't us. We weren't there. I think a big boy did it and ran away.

No harpooning.....lampooning yes.....harpooning no.
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We were discussing the fiscal economy
Is that about cod fishing again?

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I nearly said 'wotever floats yer boat' but it's a bit too near the (low water) mark

Anyway these mid-week cruises are a great idea. Cap'n Halliday is planning a venture out in Costa Del Solenta with you all quite soon.

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might have been one or two reference's regarding the barmaid, tho I wouldn't have been involved in those..

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