Jenna Maroney — uh, we mean Jane Krakowski — came out to talk about “boating lights” during “/www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/standforrights-to-support-the-aclu_us_58de6c20e4b08194e3b94c80"}}" data-beacon-parsed="true">Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU” Friday night.
“It’s a matter of safety!” Krakowski exclaimed. She implores viewers boating in the dark to “just use a light.”
“Boats just speeding around in the dark, not a care. I mean, you could end up driving your boat right into the mouth of a whale! And don’t believe the propaganda. I looked it up and I couldn’t find one confirmed instance of boater fraud. Remember: Boat at night, use a light.”
Very cheeky, Jane.
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