Wednesday, 22 April 2015

saving lifes

Contributed from a reader who emailed me recently... 


DEAR DIARY - DAY 1

All packed for the cruise ship -- all my nicest dresses, swimsuits,
short sets. Really, really exciting.

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DEAR DIARY - DAY 2

Entire day at sea, beautiful. Saw whales and dolphins.
Met the Captain today -- seems like a very nice man.

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DEAR DIARY - DAY 3

At the pool today. Did some shuffleboard, hit golf balls off the deck.
Captain invited me to join him at his table for dinner. Felt honoured
and had a wonderful time.
He is very attractive and attentive.

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DEAR DIARY - DAY 4
Won $800.00 in the ship's casino. Captain asked me to have dinner
with him in his own cabin.
Had a scrumptious meal complete with caviar and champagne. He asked me
to stay the night, but I declined.
Told him I could not be unfaithful to my husband.

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DEAR DIARY - DAY 5

Pool again today. Got sunburned, and I went inside to drink at
piano-bar, stayed there for rest of day.
Captain saw me, bought me several large drinks.
Really is charming. Again asked me to visit his cabin for the night.
Again I declined.
He told me, if I did not let him have his way with me, he would sink the
ship..
I was shocked..

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DEAR DIARY - DAY 6

Today I saved 1600 lives.

Twice

3 comments:

  1. if the ship did sank, would be another freak cruise incident just like the Korean one.
    The Korean Captain was found later to committed suicide.

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  2. As of time of this posting he did not kill himself
    He also has escaped the death penalty and has instead been sentenced to 36 years in jail for his role in the tragedy
    The one who killed himself was the ships owner

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