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Old 15-12-2008, 07:53   #16
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FEDERAL Law

Now in my opinion, and I would have to side with the state on this one,,that if you moor some old piece of crap and you are not a "Full Time Cruiser" and you leave the old scow there to rot because you lost interest in it and don't want to pay for a slip, then I say you deserve to have it towed because it is neglected crap heaps that give them the excuse to promote their agenda.
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