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tugman22

that's not just attorneys that behave like that - you find it in any walk of life.

siouxzn

Some of my attorneys were prima donas--duh! I'd buy our fleet of cars, and they'd fight over who'd get the best of the, basically, identical cars, or pens, etc. It was like herding cats.

Understood, don't toss the compass overboard! lol

tugman22

I like that story re attorneys. Character clash?

You still need a compass, so use both.LOL

siouxzn

Correction....sextant, as opposed to compass...I could have been lost at sea. :-)

siouxzn

Thank you for the explanation, I love to listen to you. I know that LLoyds began as maritime factors, and have branched out in their coverage through the centuries. I retired as an administrative officer for a federal law district. We had two offices, Los Angeles and San Diego, 22 attorneys. The best of the lot was the one I wanted to strangle the most. The problem was, that if I strangled someone, she's the attorney I'd want to defend me. :-)

tugman22

A lot determines by the situation. If the ship is totally abandoned it is pretty straightforward. Mostly, it goes to court and they decide on how much right the salvour has. Many times the towing firm will arrange a price with the ship being rescued as a contract. The legal eagles always make the money.

Good intentions sound good to me, Sue.

siouxzn

A paddle, compass and good intentions aren't enough? lol

I'm probably going to be sorry I asked but, how do captains determine that they're the sole salvour?

tugman22

they have agents all over the world, sue. a salvage captain always has a few lloyds forms to hand!! be prepared!!

siouxzn

Hmmm, I'd need to determine if Lloyds can be approached by Internet, they probably have an agent in the U. S. (everyone can't be required to go to London). Aaaaah! "sole salvour"..................

tugman22

Make sure you have your Lloyds form and you are the sole salvour.

siouxzn

Me too......................I'm considering claiming salvage rights to you!!

tugman22

Intrigued...............................................

siouxzn

And, I hope to keep you that way.....................
Would too.

A one way friendship, wouldn't be a ship at all, just a dingy. lol

tugman22

I would only LOQ at you but still I'm intrigued..................... Wouldn't hurt your feelings, anyway.

Two way friendship is good.

siouxzn

A real friend is steadfast through fair and foul weather(nautically speaking :-)). Remembering, he's always been there for me too.

I'll, probably never tell you. You'd LOL at me, and it would hurt my feelings. But, keep trying, please!

tugman22

Hi, Sue. I'm not surprised that WD has issues!! I couldn't even begin to imagine what these guys went through. It is good of you to have stayed his friend. It sounds as if it is difficult to be his hi friend so "good on yer"!!

I wonder what response I evoked? I try so hard to ANNOY!!!! I really do!. LOL

siouxzn

Its Veterans' Day, Walking Deer called me. He's an Army vet, Viet Nam, 82nd Airborne Ranger. He has issues, and I stood by my friend when others didn't. I worry about him.

Dearest John, you'll have to try harder, annoyed isn't the response you've evoked.!!

Excuses? Thats my story, and I'm sticking to it.

tugman22

Hi, Sue. I could hear you saying "TOO MUCH SKY" as I posted it. I like to annoy!!

Excuses, excuses, excuses!!lol

siouxzn

Pretty boat!! That sound you hear is a woman moaning, "too much sky". My timing is off, my attention is divided between jigidi and the news.

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