So what are the outcomes for Gairsoppa on Monday
1) Found boat, some amount of Silver recovered and sold - optimal scenario
2) Found Boat, ocean and weather not cooperative, will have to wait to recover site until spring next year - likely scenario
3) Found boat, human remains, need to stop recovery until proper handling of remians can take place, sring next year for recovery
He must have needed some new aliases to participate in the stars game.
When I left to watch football a few hours ago, all our posts were one stars. Some of the posts now have over 40 votes. Thing about that.
Now there's a good use of time. Said another way: the only thing he's getting is carpel tunnel syndrome. ;)
What is the matter with you people, anyway? You are posting 24/7 with nothing but a lot of complete rubbish, and account for nearly all the posts on the Yahoo board. Why don't you guys get back on your circlejerk blogsite and stop clogging up
the open boards. What's the matter, have you bored yourselves
silly with your idiotic drivel? Get a life somewhere else, go away.
I gagged at Goold's faux "outrage" over Odyssey's recovery of the BS treasure as violation of a "war grave." Of course, at the time of the Mercedes sinking, Spain left mass graves of native peoples every where they went around the world. (Especially where what is now Peru.)
The bottom line for me is that this treasure would still be at the bottom of the ocean without Odyssey's initiative, hard work, expense and effort to recover it.
Spain never lifted a finger, nor did they EVER intend to find the shipwreck. With Goold the Ghoul's "help," they were made aware of a loophole through which they could "legally" steal the treasure.
It's truly a shame our court system has done nothing, and, worse, has repeatedly contradicted itself on numerous levels to allow this to happen. It violates every sense of decency, justice and fair play.
Regardless, Odyssey will abide...
The legal point that Peru was making was that the shipwreck contents did not belong to Spain in total and should be separated. And that if the Court could not see that Spain did not own everything onboard, they were revalidating human bondage and violating the US Constitution.