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Old 19-05-2013, 11:14   #31
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What a shame.

Anybody know the name of "that group?" I'd love to start bugging them!
So you think "bugging" a group of lawyers is a good idea?
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You know Fstbttms, there are three people that I have blocked. Two of them are in the SF Bay.
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You know Fstbttms, there are three people that I have blocked. Two of them are in the SF Bay.
Do me a favor- make it three from the SF Bay.
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No, but shooting them isn't such a bad idea. Shakespeare had the right idea, 'First kill the lawyers'.


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Old 20-05-2013, 06:40   #35
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No, but shooting them isn't such a bad idea. Shakespeare had the right idea, 'First kill the lawyers'.
What do you call a hundred lawyers chained to a rock at the bottom of the ocean?




A good start.
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bugging

1 - as in Watergate, an attempt to electronically eavesdrop

2 - bothering, as in "Don't bug me man" circa 1963.

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poking the bear

1 - To act in such a way that has a good, but not definite chance, of causing trouble. (You can poke a bear once and maybe get away with it, but if you keep poking him, he's going to get really angry.) To stir things up.
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CSPA responsible for more clean bay water: Nelson Marine agrees to out of court settlement on pollution violations

Link to lawsuit - CSPA. Nelson's did install a lot of environmental infrastructure, hired lawyers, spent a lot of money just like sww914 said. Also correct in that he kind of gave up after that. I think Alameda Point is still a superfund site??

Pretty soon we will all go to Mexico for haul outs and bottom jobs. Good excuse to cruise.
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