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Old November 29th, 2010, 06:42 PM
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Default Passenger allegedly deploys Ryndam anchor

I guess the RV dealership business isn't very exciting. Passenger charged with deploying anchor
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Old November 29th, 2010, 06:53 PM
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I am sitting here with my jaw on the floor..this is outrageous! How come the door to this area is not secure? What a bloody idiot this man is....Toss him in the clink for a year!
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I'd also like to think that something as simple as a key is used to secure anchor controls. It is troubling that something like this happened so easily.
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I guess the RV dealership business isn't very exciting. Passenger charged with deploying anchor
Another A-**** heard from!
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Old November 29th, 2010, 10:05 PM
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I too am amazed and wonder why such an area is not secured.
Having a sign that says " crew only ' isn't a deterrent to an idiot like this.
Too bad he didn't get tangled in the chains and got overboard with the anchor!
If some drunk pulls a prank like this on a ship on the open seas, then what kind of danger might he place the innocent public in ashore when he gets drunk and out on the streets and roads?
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Well, at least he was wearing formal wear!
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That's a good point Mark. Nothing like a well dressed nut !!
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What a dope!
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