Tuesday, November 4, 2008

RE: Jack Sparrow has taken control of the ship

How many men does it take to kill a sparrow?

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Subject: Jack Sparrow has taken control of the ship


He seemed so innocent and vulnerable.

Any yet, he now has four grown men planning their every move based on what
Jack will do.

He started hanging out in the cabin, which was OK, despite the occasional
accident. Until we realized that birds eat, and therefore crap their own
weight every day. Plus, he seems to have perfected a natural form of super

So we started driving him out of the cabin, for our own health and safety.
He won't stay out. We have been driven to put in the insect screens, and yet
he finds his way around the edges, and through the dorades and I don't know

Right now the crew votes one to three to simply kill him and be done with
it. We have to get rid of some old flares...

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