“Deadliest Catch” Star At HCC’s MaSt Center Dec. 13th

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We doubt that an alleged snow storm will stop a rugged Alaskan crab fisherman from showing up, but keep that in mind for this scheduled event – “Deadliest Catch” star Mike Fourtner will appear at Highline Community College’s Marine Science & Technology Center Saturday, Dec. 13th for two engagements: 11am and 1pm.

There is no charge.

Mike Fourtner, part-time captain and engineer of the Time Bandit on The Discovery Channel’s “Deadliest Catch,” will discuss what it’s like and what it takes to be an Alaskan crab fisherman.

“People always ask me what a typical day consists of and I will definitely dismiss this myth and make it known that on a crab boat, there is no such thing as a typical day,” Fourtner said.

To get a taste of what Fourtner is like, here’s a clip of him going postal after ripping his rain pants:

(let’s hope he doesn’t show up with a gun)

Highline’s MaST Center is located midway between Seattle and Tacoma at 28203 Redondo Beach Drive S.,  in Des Moines (map below).

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4 Responses to ““Deadliest Catch” Star At HCC’s MaSt Center Dec. 13th”
  1. Mik says:

    Arghh I miss out again on something cool because I work Saturdays!
    On a different note I noticed a Mini Cooper pass by my bus stop this morning with the B.Town Blog sign on the door.

  2. btownblog says:

    Hey Mik that was me driving the B-Town Blogmobile en route to an all-day shoot at Microsoft. Glad I made it back before the alleged snow storm hit. Hope everyone's ready for a really cold week coming up though…

  3. Mik says:

    I'm glad I don't work Mondays, the rest of the week could be fun with the snow, but Metro usually does a great job getting me into Seattle.

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