Friday, May 30, 2008

Sea Shepherd rust and bucket of bolts

Recently the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and the Canadian Cost Guard arrested and brought into port Sea Shepherd's garbage scow, the rusted bucket named Farley Mowat. This ship turned garbage scow has been neglected by cabin boy and the crew of children playing pirate, and allowed rust to take over their ship turned garbage scow.

Sea Shepherd does not seem interested in getting their ship Farley Mowat out of Canadian custody for two reasons: Once: Sea Shepherd is billing the Canadian government $1,000 a day for every day their rusted ship remains in Canadian custody in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. Two: cabin boy and crew do not care about the ship as they are confident their supporters around the world will once again come through with donations for a new ship. A new ship to play pirate on and once again allowing the sea to take over and rust the ship from stem, to stern, from port to starboard.

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