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    Quake brings WWII PT boat up from ocean floor

    Sub, I expect pics.

    http://www.cnn.com/2007/WORLD/asiapc....ap/index.html

    I hadn't heard about the earthquake down there... Sub, was your area affected much?
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    Sub, I expect pics
    Its in the Solomon Islands (Papua New Guinea). The Austrialian guys might have to take the job, since Aust sits pretty much between NZ and Papua New Guinea.

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    hasn't that american guy already found atlantis off near cyprus somewhere?? My Greek father in law thinks so...
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    Quote Originally Posted by psycik View Post
    hasn't that american guy already found atlantis off near cyprus somewhere?? My Greek father in law thinks so...
    I think it depends on which documentary you watch
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    Quote Originally Posted by flyswatta View Post
    I think it depends on which documentary you watch
    Dcoesn't everything?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tipstir View Post
    Until I see it, none of these long drawn out stories of what it was like to live there which seems to be put me to sleep. Maybe if sub has the funds he could get a ship and called it Research Vessel GBPVR Where the ship crew would be all us here volunteers, but I got the one who watching the radar though
    That's a good idea, as long as the ship wasn't built at the Microsoft Shipyards - you never know what sort of holes might need to be patched
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    Man, New Zealand is breaking all sorts of news.

    From what I have seen suggested by Aussies, this shouldn't be a shock that Kiwi's are reporting this..http://www.nzherald.co.nz/section/2/...ectid=10436422

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