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The absurdities of life

The absurdities of life

(7:03) After retiring from the RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institution), Frank Dunster continues to rescue people in need. As helmsman of the Hayling Island Lifeboat, he was decorated by the RNLI for bravery on several occasions. Hayling Island is off the south coast of England facing the Isle of Wight.
Dunster's biography "The Confessions of Hayling Rescue" is available from: Amazon.co.uk , and Amazon.com

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Guest: (1192 days ago)

lol the dude needs to buy a dam fishing pull lol like wtf going hungry living on a boat on the ocean seems like a no brainer

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lol the dude needs to buy a dam fishing pull lol like wtf going hungry living on a boat on the ocean seems like a no brainer

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Guest: AlanM (1192 days ago)

I can't decide whether I feel happy or sorry for this man and his chosen lifestyle. It's largly irrelevant though. As an amateur occasional venturer upon the waves, I feel we should all be grateful for his selfless eccentricity. Thank you, Frank.

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I can't decide whether I feel happy or sorry for this man and his chosen lifestyle. It's largly irrelevant though. As an amateur occasional venturer upon the waves, I feel we should all be grateful for his selfless eccentricity. Thank you, Frank.

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'Eccentricity'? Not sure I agree, perhaps because most of us don't live our lives for others maybe it may seem eccentric, but eccentricity is not different than the norm. I salute this amazing choice in life. I'm kind of sad that as a society people like this do this on their own backs for free, helping society all the while we pay taxes into a corrupt political system that funnels the money away from people like Frank into the pockets of bankers and builders. That's what's sad about this film. Reality.

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'Eccentricity'? Not sure I agree, perhaps because most of us don't live our lives for others maybe it may seem eccentric, but eccentricity is not different than the norm. I salute this amazing choice in life. I'm kind of sad that as a society people like this do this on their own backs for free, helping society all the while we pay taxes into a corrupt political system that funnels the money away from people like Frank into the pockets of bankers and builders. That's what's sad about this film. Reality.

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