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More proof the world is going to crap

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Throwback edition: In 1959, a huge freighter broke free from its moorings and drifted into a drawbridge in Buffalo; the bridge was a complete loss. The guy that was supposed to be watching the boat was visiting his mistress, and the guys who were supposed to be watching the bridge were at the bar down the street.

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13 hours ago, Cosmic said:

Throwback edition: In 1959, a huge freighter broke free from its moorings and drifted into a drawbridge in Buffalo; the bridge was a complete loss. The guy that was supposed to be watching the boat was visiting his mistress, and the guys who were supposed to be watching the bridge were at the bar down the street.

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“Argh, I’m in a lot of trouble now. Hey! I’ll give you a hundred bucks to take the blame.”

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15 hours ago, LMU said:

 

I think the worst part about this is that the woman had a concern that was at least somewhat reasonable IMO. But, like too freaking many, she decided to take matters into her own hands rather than go through the proper channels and at least communicate her concerns and do something constructive about it. Why do people insist on constantly shooting themselves in the foot like that? 

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7 hours ago, goalieboy82 said:

Pretty ridiculous... They could have at least had the weirdo move to the window seat, and have the woman move to the aisle seat. She would have been near him, but not right next to him and not in a seat he had been sitting in; that's basic customer service competency. Bonus points if they found some guy traveling alone and gave him some free booze to switch seats with the woman.

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21 hours ago, Cosmic said:

Pretty ridiculous... They could have at least had the weirdo move to the window seat, and have the woman move to the aisle seat. She would have been near him, but not right next to him and not in a seat he had been sitting in; that's basic customer service competency. Bonus points if they found some guy traveling alone and gave him some free booze to switch seats with the woman.

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