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Old 03-05-2008, 12:42 PM   #41
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bert and ernie agree, thats a lot of coke

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Old 03-05-2008, 02:46 PM   #42
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Alice and 04,

Lets all relax (I know it is hard with this much coke in here) and try to be civil in are discussions. The Coast Guard is a truely great institution of America. Let's not loose sight of that but, with any large conglomerate there are rules and regulations and obviously there is more accountability if there is a larger amount of people involved with such a big bust.

Alice, You and I both know that the 2 of us could have had the ship unloaded in the same amount of time. Especially with that kind of cargo.

yes i'm sure we could 'unload' it very quickly
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Old 03-05-2008, 05:50 PM   #43
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disgusting? chillax...
you're ignorant if you think because you joined the military that means you're a good person-which seems to be your rationale. maybe i'm not familiar with your procedures, but it looked pretty loose to me. and inefficient. but i guess y'all Like working hard for our country, you ****ing heroes you

No, I'm a good person AND I joined the military. One has nothing to do with the other. Being familiar with the chain of custody procedures, I guarantee each end every one of packages was counted as it came off the smuggling vessel. I can also guarantee you each and every one of those packages was counted on the pier also as well as each time it changed hands. All those checks are in place because of doubters like yourself so we can back up ourselves in the event our practices are questioned.

Yes, I do like working hard for my country BTW. Hero, me, not at all. I do my job and I do it well. You probably think that all we do is drug busts and rescue people.

Over 95% of all imports enter this country by ship. Those ships get here safely by a navigation system that is 100% put in place and maintained by the Coast Guard. That has been my favorite mission, aids to navigation, and there is nothing heroic about it. How often do you enjoy something that was shipped to this country?
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