Chaotic good. I like it
Heroes don't always wear capes. Sometimes they wear Captains hats.
I’d be her first mate. Or 19th. Idk her dating history
If you are trying to abandon something push it off a cliff, blow it up, or make it unrecognizable and impossible to claim ownership. This works for pretty much everything. Don't just leave something that can be traced back because it will be returned unless it has value.
@Runnin with scissors, everything?....
@Runnin with scissors, I'm surprised in Detroit any of those boats stayed abandoned
@Runnin with scissors, there is a simple golden rule for getting rid of anything you don’t want returned.
@Runnin with scissors, and depending on the person returning, it might be loaded with drugs and followed up with a call to the police by an anonymous tipster
@Runnin with scissors, exactly if you’re gonna get rid of something at least have some fun with it I always wanted to throw a molatov cocktail at a car... an empty car this time
@Runnin with scissors, does this apply to kids?
@YourProudFather, yes, everything.
@Blandrice, what don't you people understand about the word everything? I have yet to find anything that wouldnt but you might be more or less creative
What a woman...she single?
Im lost here. Why abandon and not just sell?
@aproxinate, cost of dismantling is more than any scrap value of parts.
Shes the best captain i never heard of
Fun Michigan boating and water facts!
-There are more registered boats than vehicles in the state
-Anywhere in both Peninsulas, you are never more than six miles from a body of water and never more than 85 miles from a great lake. Since many of the lakes and rivers connect, you could get pretty far around in just a boat.
-Michigan has more beachable shoreline than California
The two best days of a boat owner’s life:
The day he buys it and the day he abandons it in Detroit.
I have seen one of these said boats chilling in the middle of a dead end street
Big dick energy