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Is it wrong to laugh at this?

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That's pretty fucking crazy.
 

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It was funny until the forklift started sliding around. That was a bit scary.
 

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The Rod Stewart music was just bad.

How about the lady who goes face first into that column?

I didn't find it exactly funny, although I uttered many OMGs while it played.
 

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Perfect combination of subject, film and soundtrack. This 2.23 clip belongs up there with Gone With the Wind, Citizen Kane, and The Godfather. Brilliant!

The woman who hit the column should be greatful that she was given the opportunity to star in this classic!
 

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The man in the striped shirt being carried with all the furniture was LOL, but other then that it was more surprising than it was humorous. The lady hitting her head on the column wasn't nice and the forklift being thrown around was pretty unsettling, lucky nobody got in its way.
 

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Lol'd at the fat dude in stripes at 1min mark. Also I think the chick face planted on the pillar because her friend was pulling her (pink shirt)
 

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I laughed. The 2nd half of the video with all the equipment sliding around wasn't so funny.
 

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Good poast. Awesome.

Face plant into column was worthy of a couple rewinds.
 

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Originally Posted by sho'nuff
that was freakin hilarious.

they only got a 25% off on their NEXT cruise? how about if someone sues?


There was a recent thread in the general discussion sections about how fucked up most cruises' fine prints are.

Basically the passengers are shit out of luck once at sea.

this would be considered an unavoidable events of nature, so there is no way the cruise can be sued. Also, apparently there are not many lawyers in general that specialize in maritime stuff.
 

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That is awesome. It looks like that Jamirioquai video.
 

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Force majeure clause earning its keep.
 

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Originally Posted by lee_44106
There was a recent thread in the general discussion sections about how fucked up most cruises' fine prints are.

Basically the passengers are shit out of luck once at sea.

this would be considered an unavoidable events of nature, so there is no way the cruise can be sued. Also, apparently there are not many lawyers in general that specialize in maritime stuff.


This is as it should be imo. Unless there's serious negligence like heading straight in to a hurricane or something, I don't see why a cruise line should be liable for a storm. If you don't want to be hit by massive waves then vacation on land. The oceans can be a scary place. Even just sailing on the great lakes, i've seen my share of weather that was pretty nasty and some really huge waves that scared the shit out of me (in a much smaller boat).
 

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