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2008-06-07 03:46:48
The BS meter is off the scale Captain!
2008-06-06 23:53:25
Another possibility is that the bananas started developing while aboard a ship. With bananas this causes a lot of heat to be released, and is a real fire danger. In such cases, the captain has no choise, but to dump the cargo.
2008-06-04 05:12:04
Day O, Daaaay O Daylight come and the boat she go home (Without cargo)
2008-06-04 02:16:13
Thanks esn.without this piece of information, the pic would have been little confusing
2008-06-03 23:04:15
Banana-Rama !!!!!
2008-05-09 02:56:20
thanks esn for the info. interesting
2008-05-09 02:49:51
I have seen this in Uraba. A banana growing area in Colombia. Barges bring a whole shipment to a boat (at the time there was no dock where the boat could get to) If the company inspector rejected the shipment for whatever reason the barge operator would dump the whole thing into the sea. It was not worth money or time wise to bring them back. All the bananas would wash up in the beach. The Colombian Government built a plant to process rejected bananas into alcohol so I am not sure if it happens anymore