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Old 01-17-2012, 06:13 PM
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The Capitan was skimming the coast line showing off, is one story I heard.
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Old 01-17-2012, 06:49 PM
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The Capitan was skimming the coast line showing off, is one story I heard.
I read something about doing a favor for his chief waiter who is from that island. imagine all his friends watching...
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Sad guy with no integrity....he told him to board that ship this is an ORDER...stop making excuses!!!

Thats pathetic
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Some hot blonde is claiming to be with the captain @ the time. Anyone have a pic of this attention whore? Heard she's pretty hot
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not for me

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012...-captain-lover
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Sad guy with no integrity....he told him to board that ship this is an ORDER...stop making excuses!!!

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Port authority: "It is one hour that you are telling me this. You go on board. On b.o.a.r.d (says the word slowly almost spelling it out). And you immediately tell me how many people there are"
I'm still overwhelmed about the dialog and even more so stand behind this.

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Incarceration is no punishment for a crime like this, he shoud be keelhauled and left for sharkbait.
There's NO EXCUSE for those actions.

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Better shots here...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...ballerina.html

Certainly not worth piling a $400M ship on the rocks for that!
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The Greeks abandoned a sinking ship leaving the passengers on their own, now I can add Italian's to that "Avoid" list. Weird how the stabilizer avoided getting broke off.

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A worm,



and his wannabe woman on the left.



and a tragically sad candlelight vigil for 2 unaccounted for Americans on board.



I find it unfrigginbelievable that the Captain of a vessel of this magnitude would be so careless with his ship ferrying over 4200 souls aboard to wine and dine and then change his plotted course to impress and salute colleagues from work. and then lie about the severity of the accident to the Maritime Authorities.
I'd post how I feel again but it would be redundant.

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The capt now says he fell into the life boat helping some women in. Luckily several other high ranking officers also happened to fall into the same lifeboat. For the record I wouldhit that
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