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289263Apparently There was some sort of  SunDancer Power boat convention in town today. The wakers and stinkpots arrived in force, while they all seemed nice a nuff on the outside. The hunger for power and control that these hideous demons feed off of deep inside waiting for the precious moment to attack and jump out plucking your eyes out to have them for a snack. One would do well 272to suppress such a blood thirst for these power hungry gremlin's. The jones's have arrived!292293295298

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The lost treasure of Cape Romano: A Shipwreck and the Pirate Part one of a three-part series Tom Williams

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Articles (Main Section) - Marine History Published on 08 December 2011 Hits: 1071

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According to nautical lore and legend, Captain Calico Jack Rackham became a pirate when he took control of a sailing ship in 1718. Charles Vane was the original captain, but a mutiny occurred when the cautious commander refused to attack a French ship; Calico Jack ignored the order, took command and fired the ship’s cannons. The new pirate captain won the day and Vane’s rank was reduced to that of a common seaman.

In the following months, Calico Jack became infamously known for his flamboyant style, partly because he allowed women onboard to act as pirates. He also created his own pirate flag, with two crossed swords instead of crossed bones. But Calico Jack became most well known for his

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Articles (Main Section) - Marine History Published on 04 June 2011 Hits: 840

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John Rackam, also known as Calico Jack because of his clothing preferences, was only a moderately successful pirate who is mainly remembered for his association with two women pirates. Rather than attacking plump rich targets, Rackam preferred using a small sloop to attack local merchants and fishing vessels.

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