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Old 08-16-2018, 03:27 PM   #21
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So, the Portugese Bridge is the open area immediately forward of the pilot house?
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A celebrity sighting in Ketchikan today:
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Itís not a card game?
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My hat is off to Menzies and his goose transport story...EXCELLENTLY DONE
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Methinks Menzies, despite likely Scots ancestry, has exposure to an English radio program called "My Word". Panelists had to create a story around a phrase. "Artie chokes 2 for a pound" comes to mind.
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