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The Search for North Americas Oldest Shipwreck

Discussion in 'Canadian Wreck Preservation' started by Scott McWilliam, Nov 28, 2017.

  1. abnfrog

    abnfrog Tech Instructor

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    actually it was bender ..he said it was the best read he ever did ........lol
     
  2. Scott McWilliam

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    yes but he was under a bridge eating a goat at the time
     
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  4. Scott McWilliam

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    As you may have noticed this thread is one of those living document things that we continue to refine, correct and develop, When posting on some of the archaeology sites if became apparent I had neglected to write a forward. This link takes you to the missing forward.
    The Missing Forward
     
  5. shoredivr

    shoredivr Solo Diver

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  6. Scott McWilliam

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  7. abnfrog

    abnfrog Tech Instructor

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    cool scott...your always up to good things ....steve
     
  8. Scott McWilliam

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    It would have been a lot easier to make this film if I had of included the radioactive diving mutants with the zombie virus, automatic gunfire and pyrotechnic explosions and beautiful women early in the storyline.
     
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    Living the dream. . .
     
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