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Westwall01 wrote: »
First off what is an LOE? Secondly being a Coastie for 9 yrs prior to becoming local L.E. I can tell you we (most) also employ RHI's (What's a RIB?, must be something you made up). Ron we've been through this on other forum's here (off topic)............You just seem to have an issue with L.E. Again if it's not a myth please name those incidents and those L.E.O's involved. I'm not here to protect those that screw up in my profession. Please state how you know that me being a L.E.O. will not admit to this claim?
[email protected] Special wrote: »
RIB, Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat-source, Wikipedia
Say it slowly so you understand, OK?
Good cops profile but keep their mouth shut about it, ask one of your buddies who is a good cop.
TampaTarpon5 wrote: »
Secondly, they changed what is considered unsafe riding, such as now you can allow people to bow ride only as long as a certain percentage of their body is inside the boat, same for swim platforms. What was so wrong with stopping people with kids bounding around on a non fixed seat on the bow? Geez
snookaffinity wrote: »
The officer was suspicious of this guy due to his appearance and vehicle he was driving.
chumcrazy wrote: »
Why do you feel the need?
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Ditchrat wrote: »
Actually that's not accurate. Rhi= ridged hull in flatable. A Rib is a ridged inflatable boat. The difference between the two is one has a hull the other is just an inflatable with a hard floor pan. I wouldn't go hanging my hat on Wikipedia, considering anyone can edit it. You know it must be true, cause it's on the Internet.
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