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Originally Posted by auk1124
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No evidence

No DNA

No indication of a cadaver


Brilliant. I need a chipper. Are Harbor Freight chippers any good? I'll have a used one for sale, only used once...Very Clean.

Park it next to the bluegill pond and you don't even have any ground cleanup. Gills will be all fat and happy next time you go fishing. Win-win.

We a watched a bunch of big snook make quick cleanup of our fish carcasses with threw off the dock. It was impressive.

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Chipper.

Hydrolysate.

Easy, peasy. You can sell it for $20 a gallon at the farmers market, organic.


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Good to know. I can finally empty my trunk.


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Just take the body[ies] over to that cocksucker Wu, he knows how to handle it.


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Good to know. I can finally empty my trunk.

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Originally Posted by kamo_gari
For those living by the salt, 'burying' is utilized by amateurs and those wanting to get caught. Offshore pots with plenty ballast and no buoys or warp are your friends. Lobsters and crabs are are always hungry. Always. Landlocked boys, lime, metal snips, a 3 pound hammer and deep holes are yer flens'. Intense fires play second fiddle if in a jam. At least that's what I read in some cartoon.

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Lake MI and Superior are both pretty deep....


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Originally Posted by Teal
Originally Posted by kamo_gari
For those living by the salt, 'burying' is utilized by amateurs and those wanting to get caught. Offshore pots with plenty ballast and no buoys or warp are your friends. Lobsters and crabs are are always hungry. Always. Landlocked boys, lime, metal snips, a 3 pound hammer and deep holes are yer flens'. Intense fires play second fiddle if in a jam. At least that's what I read in some cartoon.

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Lake MI and Superior are both pretty deep....

Better than Lake Mead....no doubt.


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Originally Posted by Raeford
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For those living by the salt, 'burying' is utilized by amateurs and those wanting to get caught. Offshore pots with plenty ballast and no buoys or warp are your friends. Lobsters and crabs are are always hungry. Always. Landlocked boys, lime, metal snips, a 3 pound hammer and deep holes are yer flens'. Intense fires play second fiddle if in a jam. At least that's what I read in some cartoon.

---Anonymous

Lake MI and Superior are both pretty deep....

Better than Lake Mead....no doubt.

2 years ago the water level was so high they closed the boat ramp. Too much water to launch a boat - makes a guy scratch his head if he thinks too long about it.


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Originally Posted by Teal
Originally Posted by kamo_gari
For those living by the salt, 'burying' is utilized by amateurs and those wanting to get caught. Offshore pots with plenty ballast and no buoys or warp are your friends. Lobsters and crabs are are always hungry. Always. Landlocked boys, lime, metal snips, a 3 pound hammer and deep holes are yer flens'. Intense fires play second fiddle if in a jam. At least that's what I read in some cartoon.

---Anonymous

Lake MI and Superior are both pretty deep....

As mentioned above, might be too cold and body would preserve. I remember reading that they discovered a body lying near the Fitz that was not one of its crew.


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How can you run grabs off of it if you bury it?

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Originally Posted by Scott_Thornley
“We dropped her back down for another set…”
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If you do have to bury one, dig the hole twice as deep. Bury the body. Fill up there-quarters. Throw in dead dog. Fill it in the rest.

That way if the cadaver dog marks on the spot, you might get away with it.


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"A lot of holes in the desert, and a lot of problems are buried in those holes. But you gotta do it right. I mean, you gotta have the hole already dug before you show up with a package in the trunk. Otherwise, you're talking about a half-hour to forty-five minutes worth of digging and who knows who's gonna come along in that time? Pretty soon, you gotta dig a few more holes. You could be there all fuqkin night..." Nicky Santoro


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Originally Posted by poboy
The Madalyn Marie O'Hair fiasco. Founded "American Atheist Co." disappeared
with $400,000 in gold coin. A long story, but she was eventually found buried
in an oil drum out on a ranch. In 1964 she was dubbed "The Most Hated Woman
in America", being a famous militant atheist. Here in Central Texas/Austin.


I just read her biography. What an evil bitch. I'm surprised it took that long for somebody to off her. I wasn't born when she started her schit but, can't remember her. I'm surprised by that though. Looks like she met up with somebody meaner than her.


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Originally Posted by killerv
Originally Posted by auk1124
Originally Posted by luv2safari
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No evidence

No DNA

No indication of a cadaver


Brilliant. I need a chipper. Are Harbor Freight chippers any good? I'll have a used one for sale, only used once...Very Clean.

Park it next to the bluegill pond and you don't even have any ground cleanup. Gills will be all fat and happy next time you go fishing. Win-win.

We a watched a bunch of big snook make quick cleanup of our fish carcasses with threw off the dock. It was impressive.

Uh, just where might this dock happen to be located. smile


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