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If you could write a message in a bottle and throw it in the ocean what would that message be?



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don't litter.



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don't litter.

:45:



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"I am a Nigerian prince kidnapped by pirates. I have managed to get this message out without them seeing me. If you get it please donate $100,000 into account number 12345, central bank of Gotya, account holder Fez, and my 103 year old grandma who is suffering from serious old age, will post it to them and free me. Once that is done I will return the money DOUBLE, so pleeze save me." 



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Perhaps the world's oldest message in a bottle, cast into the sea near Germany 101 years ago, has been presented to the sender's granddaughter.

 

Last month, fishermen in the Baltic Sea pulled an old beer bottle out of the water, along with their catch. Inside they found a postcard, dated 17 May 1913, from a man called Richard Platz asking for his message to be forwarded to his address in Berlin.

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk...ewhere-26936765



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I think I would just write   JOHN 3:16



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Pat & Fez,

you 2 crack me up :D

 

I think i'd write  "Put Me Back!!!"



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I'd write...Made you look



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I'd write

Call 911

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I'd write

Call 911

 

If the bottle washed up on a beach in Europe the number 911 is not going to help anyone. We dont use 911  :help:



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I'd write

Call 911

 

If the bottle washed up on a beach in Europe the number 911 is not going to help anyone. We dont use 911  :help:

 

 

I heard somewhere that emergency numbers have now been combined. If you dial either 911 or 999 in the U.S. or Europe you will still receive emergency services. Although I'm not going to test the theory.



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I'd write
Call 911

 
If the bottle washed up on a beach in Europe the number 911 is not going to help anyone. We dont use 911  :help:


It will work :)

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I'd write
Call 911

 
If the bottle washed up on a beach in Europe the number 911 is not going to help anyone. We dont use 911  :help:
 
I heard somewhere that emergency numbers have now been combined. If you dial either 911 or 999 in the U.S. or Europe you will still receive emergency services. Although I'm not going to test the theory.


No, don't test it :) but you can call 911 in Europe - even in Aus. It gets switched immediately to your own country's emergency response number.

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In Algeria there are three emergency numbers - 18 for fire, 19 for police and 21606666 for ambulance.

I think by the time you dialled the last number, the patient would probably be dead!



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In Algeria there are three emergency numbers - 18 for fire, 19 for police and 21606666 for ambulance.
I think by the time you dialled the last number, the patient would probably be dead!


That's funny!!


But odd....one number only is the norm.




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