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August 28, 2007

The One That Didn’t Get Away

Filed under: Events — by Jonah Czerwinski on August 28, 2007

Radio silence these last few days is due to a fishing trip off the coast of Key West with friends Max Angerholzer III, Kyle Downey, Sam Glass, and Jeffrey Lewis (you should know his blog, ArmsControlWonk.com).  Even Big Max (Jr.) joined us for the fun.


In Key West, they call it a grand slam if your boat catches at least one dolphinfish, a wahoo, and a sailfish.  The last one is the most difficult, but we caught our grand slam with the sailfish coming in at 7’10” and almost 50 pounds.  All of us caught a dolphin fish except Sam; he reeled in our wahoo.  Special thanks to Daniel Foster for lending us his home as our Key West base for those few days off.

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Comment by William R. Cumming

August 29, 2007 @ 2:49 pm

Glad to see the straits of CUBA so well watched over.
Together with the Strait of Malacca most of the world’s oil transits both. Not sure of actual percentage but for western hemisphere is huge. The largest refinery in western hemisphere is in AMERCIAN VI. So write off the trip as strategic inspection of critical infrastructure.

Comment by Jonah Czerwinski

August 31, 2007 @ 7:56 am

>>So write off the trip as strategic inspection of critical infrastructure.

WRC is my new accountant/HLS expert.

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