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May 23, 2018, 11:18:27 PM

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Hey TX8161AB,
   If you read this please put a lifejacket on your child. Especially in such a small boat. you never know what can happen and I would hate that you had to live to regret one very simple choice.

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WOW!!!




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Not cool at all. It makes me sick to think of what could happen. I believe its the law to keep a life jacket on a child at all times. Wouldn't hurt my feelings if that photo ended up in the hands of the local game warden.



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Texas law requires that all children under 13 years of age wear a U.S. Coast Guard—approved PFD while underway (not at anchor or moored or aground) on a vessel less than 26 feet long.

Seeing that picture is just a shame!! That's all I've got to say, as anything else I say would be "rated MATURE" and not appropriate to say on a forum.




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That photo should be sent to the Wylie News ...Maybe they'll print it. Then hopefully the guy will realize that ignorance is no excuse. If something werte to happen to that little girl.. The whippin he needs would be too much... can you say negligent homicide?




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I see what appears to be life jackets tied around the front chair.  He couldn't get them off fast enough if he needed them.. plus I bet there isn't even one that fits the kid on the boat anyway.



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Heck the life jacket was in the boat too, those little orange ones.  Craziness.  He didnt show his face to the camera.   icon_lol




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that was me being a bit discreet.




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Quote from: "Wylie Crappieman"
That photo should be sent to the Wylie News ...Maybe they'll print it. Then hopefully the guy will realize that ignorance is no excuse. If something werte to happen to that little girl.. The whippin he needs would be too much... can you say negligent homicide?


Wylie, and if he is aware of the law, gross negligence.




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Quote from: "Mugz"
Texas law requires that all children under 13 years of age wear a U.S. Coast Guard—approved PFD while underway (not at anchor or moored or aground) on a vessel less than 26 feet long.


I always thought it was "at all times", I didn't know you could remove their life vests when you achored or tied off...interesting.



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Quote from: "Deadweight"
Quote from: "Mugz"
Texas law requires that all children under 13 years of age wear a U.S. Coast Guard—approved PFD while underway (not at anchor or moored or aground) on a vessel less than 26 feet long.


I always thought it was "at all times", I didn't know you could remove their life vests when you achored or tied off...interesting.


It must have changed....thought I remembered it the same as you "at all times".  Mugz is correct as it is currently worded the way he posted.  Probably still the safest way for those young ones would be at all times...




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Ugh that's nauseating.   Sad




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Trust me I searched for it for a while. I thought it was at all times under 13 years old. It's still the best way to go by far! I'm really thinking about sending that pic to someone that might be able to do something about it. Not so much as a fine, but they could run the TX#'s and send him one heck of a warning.




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Child protective services?




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Don't worry fellas...This matter has been taken care of.



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