Alaska commercial fishing news and notes
It took 440 shells to take it down.
But at $440 a ton, one would think Obama and Begich could build quite a few Chevy Volt's out of it.Of course it always depends on the meaning of the term derelict, which in Alaska as everyone is well aware, describes a fully crewed, lit up fishing vessel, with a 911 call into Kodiak, including flashing satellite signal, and, never a 440 shell, required.
Good thing nobody was onboard. With that kind of shooting, they would've had a chance at winning the battle.
Did they bring the drunk back?Petersburg's Finest!http://deckboss.blogspot.com/2011/05/commander-of-petersburg-cutter-relieved.html
Anacapa, clearly defined!http://community.adn.com/adn/node/157481
440 rounds and 2 fifths.
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