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P Y R A T E S   W A Y   N E WS
October 3, 2014.

Thank you from The Pyrate's Way. Why? Because you helped us achieve a lofty goal of delivering 25 pyrate-filled quarterly issues.

With yesterday's release of Issue #25, we've achieved a dream of outlasting just about every similar publication out there. We must be doing something you like. This new issue is 84 full pages of piracy and includes EIGHT hot Wenches of the Quarter for you to ogle at. We've also included a ton of information on The Kraken (both the beast AND the rum) and lots of other features and articles for you to enjoy.

Our next issue will be available Christmas morning and be filled with kid-friendly pirate activities, articles, photos, coloring pages and more. It's our gift to the young scalawags of any age.

Oh, and don't forget, we've added 15 NEW designs. . . so now there's 65 bumper stickers to choose from! CLICK HERE

As always, if you want to contact the publisher, please email Commodore Black Fox at: Publisher@PyratesWay.com.

Deep Six
This term of discarding from a ship comes from being buried at sea. On land, it's long been the tradition to bury someone six feet deep. At sea, the customary depth was six fathoms (36 feet). Today, burials at sea must be at a depth of at least 600 feet, according to the EPA.
P Y R A T E   H I S T O R Y
October 22, 1812
Joshua Barney, aboard the privateer schooner Rossie, returns to Baltimore after capturing eighteen British vessels valued at $1.5 million since his departure from the port in July.

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