Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Daveindiego, Feb 13, 2013.
The fuck are you talking about?
Feces on the floor . . . sounds like every cruise I've ever been on.
never get out of the boat
"Has feces on the floor on board"
I wish he'd put it in layman's terms for us people that don't work around ships.
I'm not up on my toilet scrubbing jargon
Dave works on ships Chriza. That's seaman talk.
That's his goodbye song to Swifty every morning
Stranded cruise passenger’s husband: She said ‘there’s feces all over the floor’
By Arturo Garcia
Tuesday, February 12, 2013 10:33 EST
Brent Nutt tells Soledad O'Brien about wife's stay onboard stranded cruise ship
The husband of a passenger onboard a stranded cruise ship told CNN host Soledad O’Brien on Tuesday that his wife and the other cruise goers had to abandon their cabins to avoid getting sick.
“She said the water pipes are breaking and toilets are overflowing, and there’s feces all over the floor,” Brent Nutt said.
CNN reported that the “Carnival Triumph” is just beginning to be towed back to Texas after an engine fire stranded it about 150 miles off the Mexican coastline on Sunday. It is expected to return to port on Thursday.
Nutt, whose wife and sister-in-law are onboard, said his wife told him she was fearful for her life at one point.
“When she first called me on Sunday evening around 6:30, she was crying,” Brent Nutt said. “All she could say is, she did not want to die. She said the ship was leaning pretty bad over to the side, and that’s all she could think about, whether they were all gonna die.”
Though no injuries were reported and the fire was put down, passengers reported “sewage running down the walls and floors” and being asked to relieve themselves in plastic bags or in the shower to compensate for the loss of working toilets.
“They’re sleeping on the decks, they’re sleeping out on their balconies and all, with blankets and all, trying to make tents and everything, just trying to get some air,” Nutt said.
Officials with the Carnival cruise line told CNN that food had been brought in from two other ships to keep passengers from starving. But according to Nutt, the meals aren’t being rationed.
“It’s kind of a first-come, first-serve [arrangement],” he said. “The first person in line, he can eat all the food that he wants to. And then the last person in line, they kind of get whatever is left over. My wife, she only got a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and a bottle of water within a day and a half.”
Watch Nutt relay his wife’s description of the deteriorating conditions aboard her cruise, aired Tuesday on CNN, below.
ship lost power; ship lost toilets
The words "on board" are the strange part
I was speaking in layman's terms you fucking momo's.
If I wasn't, I would have stated that there was 'Feces all over the DECK'. Idiots.
HAL just called his travel agent.
I would just drop trou in the passageways, and curl up a steamer in front of kids.
Who told him "not now, HAL" and hung up
"Look kids, I'm making a super-sized Three Muskateers, who wants first bite?"
I'm sure its not the first time they've seen an old man shit himself
If you were at work that would be further simplified to "Code Dave, deck 23."