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Old 05-04-2014, 09:19   #61
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Old 05-04-2014, 09:48   #62
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Old 05-04-2014, 10:28   #63
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Just make sure that if you get boarded off the left coast you say you're all heading in to vote. That way you won't need any IDs.
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Old 05-04-2014, 12:08   #64
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Just make sure that if you get boarded off the left coast you say you're all heading in to vote. That way you won't need any IDs.
True, as long as they are voting for the correct political leaning.

Hey, if there is a water maker on board, you can grow some pot on deck. This way you will appear to be a floating island and you can get federal habitat monies too!
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It is better done on multihull, 'fcourse.
Usually done on a multihull.
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Care to share any evidence of actual in person voter fraud? Or you just don't like poor folks voting?
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We could start a prostitution ring on an adjoining boat and just say they are all friends and we are traveling together. Then we could raft all the boats together and have a one stop shop for everything illegal. Drugs, girls, guns, and anchors. OK I know anchors aren't illegal but you all know you want a boat full of anchors to fight over.

Now we have to decide where to have our Water world style multi boat raft

Now we're talking. How much can I make?
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You won't be eating so more room for the lab!
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Now we're talking. How much can I make?
Easily high six figures! I am surprised that nobody has tried this before! It is so simple...
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I hear the Flyin' Hawaiin might be available for such an endeavor. Left coast, too so the manufacturing people won't hassle me for time off on voting day. I like it.
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Here you go...

http://www.mynews13.com/content/news..._sailboat.html
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I hear the Flyin' Hawaiin might be available for such an endeavor. Left coast, too so the manufacturing people won't hassle me for time off on voting day. I like it.
That's a great idea!!! Economical and environmentally conscious by recycling the FH into something useful.
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I hear the Flyin' Hawaiin might be available for such an endeavor. Left coast, too so the manufacturing people won't hassle me for time off on voting day. I like it.
I think the Flyin Hawaiian has been comitted to the 18 month around the world deal...
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I'm pretty sure the FH has been used for that purpose from the beginning. I mean, come on, "Hot Rod"?!
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Great idea, the sailing meth-lab. But, I didn't see any replies that actually addressed the title question: how to hide the product.

How about storing all the meth in little single-serving ampules packed into your sea-anchor? Then, have your "customers" scuba-dive down to the sea-anchor to claim their meth-ampules (on the honor system, of course). You could double-dip those customers by charging rent on the scuba gear. Like that Jaqueline Bissett movie, Jaws.

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