lecgbe: US SC ustice Stephen Breyer - "Not every floating structure is a 'vessel'," Breyer wrote for the majority. "To state the obvious, a wooden washtub, a plastic dishpan, a swimming platform on pontoons, a large fishing net, a door taken off its hinges, or Pinocchio (when inside the whale) are not 'vessels'."well if Pinocchio is involved than it should be obvious if some one is lying
Because People in power are Stupid: That "home" looks like a doublewide on pontoons. Please Florida, do everyone a favor and just sink that eyesore.
pute kisses like a man: I thought this was more an issue of the complexities that we had to solve back in the day when someone wondered whether a mobile home was a movable or an immovable (real property or personal property)
GranoblasticMan: No, no. He makes the acrylic display cases that stores put the shiny new MS Office boxes in!
miss diminutive: I think this ruling leaves the door open for an enterprising few to obtain a Letter of Marque and harass trade between this house and its allies.Yar! Which of ye stout men will sign up for plunderrr?
SN1987a goes boom: blatz514: He said he now lives in North Bay Village, a suburb of Miami, and owns a financial software display company.Anyone care to enlighten me on this one?He makes covers for MS Office boxes? I dunno.
stealthd: Sovereign Citizens are always wet, subby; they live their whole sad lives slightly... moist.
I May Be Crazy But...: Maybe they should try a different tack.
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