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Tsunami dock: Should it stay or should it go?

Jun 13, 2012 | 6 Comments

By The Associated Press

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09:53 am - Thu, June 14 2012
ThatGuy said:
They blew up a whale instead of leaving it as a memorial to Willy! Blow up the dock!
05:24 am - Sat, June 16 2012
miketubbs1 said:
Let the coast guard tow it from the beach and sink it. Call it a training exercise, render it into fish habitat.
07:55 am - Sat, June 16 2012
Silencedogood said:
Make a crab dock out of it.
10:07 am - Mon, June 18 2012
miketubbs1 said:
The thing might make an excellent platform for a vacation rental unit, beer bar..or.. some other such entertainment venue?

....y0!....surfs up!...let's all paddle out to 'Bob's Bobbing Beer Bar' for a 'foamy frosty'

Or...perhaps just sinking it in the right spot might actually improve the surfing?
08:25 pm - Mon, June 18 2012
ronpaul2012 said:
Hmm no radiation?

Buckyballs were found on the coast of California around same time loaded with radiation. Do what you wish radiation is here to stay.
07:40 am - Tue, June 19 2012
miketubbs1 said:
The state of Washington has one hundred thousand dollars allocated for tsunami waste cleanup. Sounds like they're banking on the creativity of their citizenry.

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