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Leo

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how do 50-mile-per-hour winds change the course of a 200,000-ton ship? that's windy, but not that windy.
 

Mr. Tea

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how do 50-mile-per-hour winds change the course of a 200,000-ton ship? that's windy, but not that windy.
The side of the ship is going to have a pretty huge surface area, so imagine it acting as a sail.
 

IdleRich

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Out to everyone who ever fucked something up at work - at least you didn't wedge a massive container ship across the Suez Canal:
Remember that guy who sank the cruise liner cos he went close to the island to wave to his mate or something?
Or that Spanish(?) guy who stacked a train cos he took the corner at like 500kph trying to show off?
Gonna haunt you forever that kind of thing.
 
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