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Old 23-02-2013, 19:40   #196
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Re: Dump Airhead urine in galley sink?

1 Visited a lot of marinas worldwide and observed that the ones designed with good circulation and at least 1m tidal range have a vibrant marine and prolific marine life, that you can easily see from the docks.
Sutera Harbour Marina & Country Club
Perhaps some remedial circulation work should be considered?

2 Most marina docks are covered in large mussels… (2-3” thick) and here in Subic, despite the rules, the fish and mussels are eaten by the dock staff… (ugh!!)….. Should the presence of marine life even in water with a high fecal count be used to assess the real danger?


3 Also curious about what impact all the cleaning and polishing agents we use at the marina have on the Marina’s water quality?
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Old 23-02-2013, 19:51   #197
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Re: Dump Airhead urine in galley sink?

A wino, on his death bead, asked his long-time wino friend for a favor once he moved on to wine heaven. "Would you, once a year pour a bottle of Muscatel or Ripple on my grave in remembrance of our friendship?" "Surely Bubba, replied his friend, but do you mind if I passed it through my kidneys first?" It was too late for Bubba to hear that his yearly tombstone's sterilization wish would be granted! Mauritz
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Old 23-02-2013, 19:58   #198
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Ha, imagine watching his friend take a whiz on a grave...

"I'm just honoring my friend!!!!"
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Pelagic...if you have taken a college course in "Invertebrate Zoology", you will wonder why people eat so many creatures laden with parasites. Shellfish, crustacean and pigs, among others, are laden with parasites in their natural habitats. Many animals eat rotted carcasses, if not their own waste. Yet people, almost all over the world, eat them. It takes all kind, I guess! Mauritz
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Yes but most of those animals are cooked before being eaten...that takes away some of the concern.

It's the mussels and oysters that you have to be weary about.
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Ummm...surely they are cooked...shrimp with intestine intact...cooked; ah, forgot, it adds flavor to the shrimp! Gumbo, alligator stew, craw fish pie...loaded with "goodies"; down the hatch! Mauritz
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Ummm...surely they are cooked...shrimp with intestine intact...cooked; ah, forgot, it adds flavor to the shrimp! Gumbo, alligator stew, craw fish pie...loaded with "goodies"; down the hatch! Mauritz
Man...what DO you eat? You've eliminated almost all of the best food in the whole WORLD!!!!!
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Ummm...surely they are cooked...shrimp with intestine intact...cooked; ah, forgot, it adds flavor to the shrimp! Gumbo, alligator stew, craw fish pie...loaded with "goodies"; down the hatch! Mauritz
Eating all that will keep fstbttms away from the marina for a while

makes me curious how they prepare alligator stew and if it would work with some Panama crocs
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You're worried about what is in a shrimp's intestine? To compare that to this thread, eating a shrimp with whatever he's got in his intestines is like worrying about dumping your piss jug overboard in the middle of the Atlantic...
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El Gato...for my sources of protein, nothing beats a yummy Texas size prime rib, "a pound size" grouper or a red snapper; notice the weight in quotes. I dissected many creatures (in Clinical/Anatomical Pathology and in Zoology), and decided on a few choices to live with. Taste is subjective; I am just very selective at what I eat based upon my observations. (By the way, I was in Kemah about a month ago; a nice little town.) Mauritz
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(By the way, I was in Kemah about a month ago; a nice little town.) Mauritz
But you passed on the SHRIMP???!!!

Have you landed on the lake? Watching a guy lately a LOT doing touch-and-goes with a homebuilt something-or-other. I'd much rather watch a de Havilland!
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Prime rib at Saltgrass' Steakhouse overlooking the beach; great location. Then a stroll at the park, before heading back and catching some sleep. (No shellfish in my diet.) Mauritz
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Yea! That's the guy who got a free boat, by just asking for one on here the other day! <going to behave now> Mauritz
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