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Topic: Completely pointless Thought Of The Day thread  (Read 734595 times)

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You'd have thought by the 30th bomb attack they'd have assigned more than 5 counterterrorism officers.
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If Americans did Christmas pantos, I think lots of them would be adaptations of Tom Sawyer.

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At what point do waterfront mansions engulfed by the sea due to climate change, uh, at what point does liberating valuables turn from theft into salvage? This is very important for a angel investor pitch I'm making.
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Like at what point do I and my SCUBA team suddenly count as treasure hunters.
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Just say you're recovering and upcycling what you salvage in an effort to create a new line of green and distressed furniture and objects. And since the patterns and distress caused by the water are truly unique, you can only charge top price for these masterpieces
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Just say you're recovering and upcycling what you salvage in an effort to create a new line of green and distressed furniture and objects. And since the patterns and distress caused by the water are truly unique, you can only charge top price for these masterpieces
Guy Ferrari, September 18, 2021, 01:24:59 pm

I hadn't realized this was a response at first and thought I was having an episode
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As someone who read a couple of books about ships once and was interested enough that I wanted to research (in the current, less strict meaning of the word) this upon seeing the question, I think I can help.

I assume a submerged McMansion is basically a shipwreck (I am not a marine lawyer), in which case you don't strictly need to wait (I am not a marine lawyer), a person who voluntarily rescues property from marine danger is entitled to fair compensation (I am not a marine lawyer). It's still technically the property of the original owner, so they may prefer to give you money or some other asset in lieu of the goods themselves, but there's something in it for you (I am not a marine lawyer)! If you can't come to an agreement, you may have to take it to arbitration, be prepared to consult a marine lawyer.

You do have to be careful not to leave it too long. In the US once a wreck becomes embedded, which is kind of ambiguous but basically means that you can't access it without shifting the sediment (or coral), it belongs to the whichever state you're in, and you're not allowed to touch them at all.

Best check your local laws unless you happen to be salvaging in Bir Tawil (unlikely) or that one chunk of Antarctica (more likely). If I had to give one piece of advice, it would be to speak to a real marine lawyer before going any further. Then keep him on hand in case you need that arbitration.

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if a cowboy is someone who wrangles cows, a catboy should be someone who wrangles cats
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Reaching the point in a relationship where you ask "what are you wearing?" not for sexy reasons, but because you want to make sure you don't wear the same color of shirt as them when you go out to get a hamburger
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Random revelation I just had: it's the 25th anniversary of the birthday where my mother bought me a watch, then worried so hard that I'd think it was too mannish that she forgot to pack my lunch for school. I should celebrate by buying a watch and then forgetting to eat.
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Reaching the point in a relationship where you ask "what are you wearing?" not for sexy reasons, but because you want to make sure you don't wear the same color of shirt as them when you go out to get a hamburger
Antivehicular, September 19, 2021, 04:40:29 pm

Asking what are you wearing because you know if you accidently show up matching to this party your friend will make fun of you again.
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why did no-one tell me wonderbread guy was a nazi?

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why did no-one tell me wonderbread guy was a nazi?
moooo566, September 25, 2021, 06:07:37 am
we all thought you knew
you're always wearing that "wonderbread guy is a nazi" t-shirt.
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what if there was a version of F-list where instead of sorting fetishes into yes and no lists you had one for musical subgenres? like you'd be able to specify that while you're into city pop and dancehall, you're a maybe on synthwave and eurotrance but a no on microtonal music and folk punk