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[I don't think they call it reboot back then ... mmm ... that's correct, came into use shortly after:
We see written evidence of reboot used as a verb beginning in the early 1970s, and within a few years, it was also being used as a noun.
hooch: 1950s (originally military slang): perhaps from Japanese uchi 'dwelling'
samlor: Thai rickshaw]
Morgues. Did you know cruise ships are required to have morgues on board? It makes sense when you think about it. There are 3000 guests on a ship, lots of elderly people, some have always wanted to go on a cruise before they die. It's bound to happen. You're in the middle of the ocean and have a heart attack. Dead. What will they do with your body? That's what happened to this woman's husband. They moved the body to the morgue.
Have you ever seen pictures of a cruise ship's morgue on their website? Do you do due diligence before going on a cruise to make sure their morgue is in order? This woman did not. The morgue itself was not in working order. Instead, and without her knowledge, the body was moved to a
coke pepsi drinks cooler while the ship continued with the cruise.
There is more to the story in between, but when they arrive at the port the the undertakers discover that the body is no longer in enough shape to hold the open casket funeral the widow had been planning during the remainder of the cruise.
Heart attacks often leave the deceased a blue (or blue-green) color, the morticians have to drain fluids and apply make-up. However, other things go on after death that cause issues for the fanciful when not impeded.
Not to forget that the tropic airs are a sore decayer of yer skin and bones.
In Berlin they glued themselves to roads, they blocked rush-hour traffic in DC and in Portugal someone created a pile of 650000 cigarette butts. Here in the City climate activists spray painted bank locations and created work for the janitors.
Two things I will never do: go on a cruise and look in another casket at a body that is no longer a person.
Me neither. You never see those other 2999 people on board in ads. Somehow you're only one of few enjoying poolside.
Not to mention the mass food poisonings I keep reading about.
If I can't swim to shore, I am not getting on that boat.
what to do what to do ...
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