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+12 1. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

Despite the vastness of an ocean.
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+6 2. Austin commented 4 years ago

That was some skilled piloting from the larger ship. Cant stop, cant turn in time, then squeak on by and no one gets hurt.
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+15 3. cameramaster commented 4 years ago

#1. True story for you...There was a group of travellers going through the Sahara desert in Jeep...and somehow....they managed to drive right into the only damn tree for over 500 hundred miles in any direction! What surprises me about this video is that despite a bloody cargo ship coming right at decide to take your life jacket off? You have to be a first class moron to do that !
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+2 4. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#3 Haha..that is funny, seems it would almost be difficult to do if you'd try...

State College, PA @ 0:13?
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-1 5. edz commented 4 years ago

what a pair of plonkers if they were driving a car it would be driving without duecare and attsion and a ban
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+4 6. sux2bu commented 4 years ago

Having an engine that won't start while drifting in a shipping lane has caused the sinking of many small boats. :S
There was nothing the ship's captain could do at that point.