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Discussion in 'Okie Memorial Area' started by okie, Mar 19, 2010.
Reckon someone lost their job
That has to be fake... How could you be that dumb.
Ever hear of the Titantic, or Exxon Valdiz? It happens.
I didn't say it doesn't happen... Titanic hit an iceberg(still stupid), this boat basically tried to fit in a spot where an F150 would barely fit.
Look at the boat, and whatever that thing is parallel to it. When the boat impacts, they don't move at all. There's just some fancy, edited in smoke.
Mandatory drug test.
The boat on the left actually does move... look at the angle it is tilted at after the boat tries to dock and runs in to it.
The ship that it crashes into is already halfway dismantled.. Its a wrecking yard
^^^^^ reason 1 not to let guys from Oklahoma drive your boat
hey, does your user name mean anything in peticular? Been meaning to ask.
You would be amazed at the stupidity on the 'high seas'. I have seen tiny canoes with outboard motors cutting off aircraft carriers. Large ships take forever to turn and even longer to stop. The idiot that you saw blowing through a stop sign because he was talking on his phone is the same idiot that drives ships too.
It is a ship breaking yard. It was run aground to be scrapped.
ooooopppppppssssss sorry about that
Someone already beat me to it. They run those ships aground on purpose in India to dismantle them for scrap metal. They do it in India because labor is dirt cheap and ship breaking is highly toxic and there is alot of pollution involved. India doesnt have OSHA and the EPA and other protective agencies to fine these companies when they spill oil, fuel, mercury, acid, and flammable gases into the water and onto the beach. Explosive gas vapors explode and kill torch cutters all the time and untrained workers die in confined spaces all the time.
Ship breaking in India is big business. I heard a cargo ship propeller alone can sell for $30,000?
Hey its a poor country and this is considered a good job there.
To break a ship in America would cost almost as much to dismantle it as it does to build it just because of the labor, equipment, safety precautions and disposal of chemicals.
Toyota is making ships now?
I wasn't drivin the boat
So I guess they were practicing "wrecking".