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  • There's a giant cooler signed by every tournament winner known as "Great White" and a smaller cooler named "nemo".

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  • There's a giant cooler signed by every tournament winner known as "Great White" and a smaller cooler named "nemo".

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  • There's a giant cooler signed by every tournament winner known as "Great White" and a smaller cooler named "nemo".

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  • There's a giant cooler signed by every tournament winner known as "Great White" and a smaller cooler named "nemo".

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  • There's a giant cooler signed by every tournament winner known as "Great White" and a smaller cooler named "nemo".

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  • There's a giant cooler signed by every tournament winner known as "Great White" and a smaller cooler named "nemo".

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  • There's a giant cooler signed by every tournament winner known as "Great White" and a smaller cooler named "nemo".

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  • Belbo (UID#3882) on December 3rd, 2009 at 8: 02 am wo nemo toss a lasso to me now

    Artwork by Valerio Carrubba | My[confined]Space

  • She'll be back in the morning, but I don't think I'll let her use the upstairs bathroom anymore. cap nemo an education over un prophete? wtf???!!!

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  • Latin for "no one," nemo could have been a reference to a scene in Homer's "Odyssey," a copy of which his parents had recently mailed to him, or perhaps an evocation of Capt.

    Climbing Mount Everett

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  • Latin for "nobody". Omen in reverse.

    July 22, 2007

  • So did Jules Verne name him Captain Nobody?

    July 23, 2007

  • Interesting. I was thinking of the Pixar flick "Finding Nemo."

    July 23, 2007

  • So were these people.

    September 17, 2009