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A ferry tale…

“In 1707, the British navy lost four warships and 2,000 lives in the Isles of Scilly. The first ship to hit the rocks was Admiral Shovell’s. Three more ships full of sailors and soldiers followed the leader to their deaths.”

So begins what has to be the most literary of the many recent criticisms of the state ferry system. Read the Evergreen Freedom Foundation’s Lynn Harsh’s full post here.

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