The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves!

The Beatings Will Continue…

Just when we thought we might get to sun ourselves on the deck for a while, here comes the Cap’n wearing his new t-shirt. That never bodes well. And today his t-shirt said, “The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves!” Now, we would never cast aspersion upon the maker of said t-shirt, but the Cap’n has gotten himself an awful lot of free swag lately.

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Partying In Dry Dock

Yeah. We know the web site has looked better. That’s what happens when the rum-fueled orgies finally run their course, and you find yourself facing The Day After. We’ve mostly been guilty of partying in dry dock, waiting for that perfect moment to set sail again, but never getting around to slipping back into the water.

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Drinking Rum Before Noon Makes You A Pirate, Not An Alcoholic

Drinking Rum Before Noon Makes You A Pirate

“Oh, it explains everything, sir,” Stumpy insisted, with a burp for emphasis, and pointed to the letters on the shirt as he read the words aloud. “‘Drinking rum before noon makes you a pirate, not an alcoholic’.” Stumpy laughed. “It’s all right there, sir. Though I admit that didn’t really understand it before the rum. Amazing, that.”

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Catdaddy Pirates in Crimea?

Catdaddy Pirates In Crimea?

Catdaddy Pirates have not occupied government buildings or surrounded Ukrainian military bases on the Crimean Peninsula, Captain Bill Thornton insisted Tuesday during a news conference near Moscow at which he gave an account of recent events that contradicts reports from the ground.

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Maritime Admiral Datuk Mohd Amdan Kurish

Straits of Malacca Now “Pirate-Free”

PETALING JAYA: The Straits of Malacca, which used to be ripe feeding grounds for spirited and jovial piracy by Catdaddy Pirates, is now said to be “pirate-free” due to better enforcement by the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency. Ten years ago, before the agency took over maritime enforcement along the waterway, a mere 38 cases of […]

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