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If it was on my shoreline, I would be responsible. Let Barbara and Bob figure it out.
blow it up. There's nothing funnier than when authorities blow up a whale.
Call the Whale Pirates and give it to them.
"Here's a free one"
This is a serious issue. Its not healthy, get the tugboat yank it back out to sea. Cut it up, whatever you have to do, this shouldnt be an argument, it should be a moment for comming together to set a plan and help each other
Tow it to D.C. and put it in the rose garden at the white house. Let Mr. Obama know that before they steal anymore money from taxpayers they must cut a lot of FAT!
the article pretty much stated who is responsible for the clean-up: "It's on a private beach" controlled by homeowners down to the high tide line and the state is responsible for the tidelands, Baker said. SO, the homeowners can pay to get it cleaned up, disposed of, what-have-you. Problem solved!
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