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    Look at the bright side..... Better there than out in the middle of the high seas.

    Bet someone said Oooooops!
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    Everything looks entact, other than the one container with the door open that had the Lamborgini in it!
    "Good judgement comes from experience.Experience comes from bad judgement."

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    What do you bet that it was a Monday?
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    Default Re: You know you're having a Bad Day when...

    Quote Originally Posted by Farmwithjunk
    Look at the bright side..... Better there than out in the middle of the high seas.

    Bet someone said Oooooops!
    I bet they were saying more than oops. Probably started something like "Son of a..........".

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    Here's the bright side, doesn't look like any of the containers on the left side went for a dip.

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    Default Re: You know you're having a Bad Day when...

    So when you are unloading a container ship, you shouldn't start in the middle and work your way out? You never know when that information might come in handy.
    Tom

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    So that's why it took so long to get our Sony HDTV.

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    Is this the one that just happened the other day over in England (I think)? I caught the tail end of a news report on the radio the other day about a ship that had a bunch of sea containers topple and were falling into the water. Just wondering if this is the one.

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    Default Re: You know you're having a Bad Day when...

    Quote Originally Posted by DieselPower
    Is this the one that just happened the other day over in England (I think)? I caught the tail end of a news report on the radio the other day about a ship that had a bunch of sea containers topple and were falling into the water. Just wondering if this is the one.
    I don't know when or where it occurred. I just came across it and found it interesting. How many comact tractors would fit in all those containers? Do you think anybody would tell you if your's had a extra ride?

    Andy

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