Whoa what a couple, and whats with that relationship ?<br><br>I meant this wording in the article <br><br>[color:blue]"You are in your cabin, the bed was vibrating and everything was lurching."</font color=blue> <-- must have saved 1.00 from the box on the nite stand <br><br>How about this one.<br><br>[color:blue]the seas were rough enough that passengers were starting to fall off the treadmills</font color=blue> <-- I dunno the last thing I would think about in rough seas is a threadmill ??<br><br>What is this ??<br><br>[color:blue]"It's almost like when you have an airline disaster," said Phil Liscio, 49, a salesman from West Haven, Conn. "If you're the one that goes after, the odds are you are going to be okay."</font color=blue> <-- Humm fuzzy logic at best <br><br>
Loc: I am not Big Ben
One fact that i noticed, were that the recorded heights varied between 12 m = 40 feet and 21 m = 68 feet. None topped 70 feet. None seemed close enough to be credible. Unless they can get closer to the mark.<br><br>
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