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May 17, 2010

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bert

I just recived a postcard from the ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE FUND inviting me to a meeting to listen to the commerical watermen to learn how CATCH SHARE management benfit the blue crab catch in the chesapeake bay, also to hear from watermen who work in fishey under catch share. it will be held in colonial beach on may 24 th 7 to9 just in case any one wants to share their experince under the catch share plan. i would be very hesitiant to trust this outfit for anything

wanchese pirate

Arghhh Capt. Paul, do you suppose the Deepwater Horizon oilrig had two boardings,two observers, and 5 dockside monitors in 6 days? Narghh because Luchenco and Schwabb me poopdeck want to keep you and me under there "GREEN" thumb, meanwhile big oil and "PEW" somethin stinks keeps up there media blitz crying us "PIRATES" are to blame for all the oceans woes!!! ARGHHHH THE INSANITY!!!

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