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Coast Guard Sinks Vacant Ship

The U.S. Coast Guard used cannon fire to sink the 164-foot Ryou-Un Maru, a Japanese "ghost ship" set adrift by the tsunami last year. What do you think?

  • "I think it's important we send a clear message to all ocean debris: Your aimless drifting will not be tolerated."

    Rita Wright
    Systems Analyst
  • "Since when is America responsible for picking up Poseidon's slack?"

    Jonas Wincott
    Hand Molder
  • "Hey, Gordon Lightfoot, ‘The Wreck Of The Ryou-Un Maru’ could be your ticket to a lake house."

    Russell Forlani
    Alloy Weigher
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