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April 10, 2012, 07:49:50 PM

I wonder if the EPA made them burn all the fuel and such, as they would the rest of us.
I would imagine any unused fuel has been removed via pump to be used elsewhere.  THAT'S a cheap process, and considering how expensive fuel is, they'd be fools not to.

Also, @OP, because blowing stuff up is fun, and boys never grow up.
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April 10, 2012, 07:58:51 PM

I saw something on TV about this. It's actually a very thorough process. They strip practically everything except the metal from the ship and tow it out to a place they want a reef. Then they cut giant holes in it and let it sink. It's actually pretty good for ocean life because they use them to start new reefs.

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April 10, 2012, 08:19:40 PM

Why do governments do X?
... uhm how would we know? Ask them governments!

Don´t know how it is handled at your place, geffaxiv-532. Here you´d just ask a member of parliament.

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