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  1. #11
    No denying that was a whitey!

  2. #12
    I suspect that happens more often than people want to think. Just not near crowded dock landings.

  3. #13
    Who will get eaten 1st?

    A dog fetching a ball at Crissy?

    A swimmer at the Dolphin Club?

    A kiter struggling with a downed kite?

    A SUPper flailing at Fort Point?

    A surfer at Fort Point?

    Someone related to the Kardashians?

  4. #14
    1) Swimmer at Dolphin Club

    2) Ft Point Surfer

    3) Kaitlyn's junk being trolled by the Bass Tub

  5. #15
    Why no cats?

    You could put some cats on a plywood cut out shaped like a seal and drag it around Alcatraz.

  6. #16
    I can think of a particular raccoon that could use a salt water immersion

  7. #17
    Some meth heads who recently made the news could use the same.

    Sink or swim or become part of the food chain.

  8. #18
    But don't we risk the local apex predators into becoming hooked on meth-heads?

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  10. #20
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