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38 minutes ago, Moderator 3 said:

Don't automatically believe anything you read.  ESPECIALLY if you read it on RSR.

So, should I believe this ????

 

Hmmmmmm.

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43 minutes ago, SepticeyePoe said:

Are you talking about the Ravens cruise to London?

Yes.

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1 hour ago, SepticeyePoe said:

Are you talking about the Ravens cruise to London?

What are you talking about? This will be revolutionary. All NFL teams will travel this way from this moment forward. 

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2 hours ago, ThatsMyJoeTerback said:

That got me. It actually sounded very convincing.

The fact that they got harbaugh to do an interview as well is great 

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2 hours ago, K-Dog said:

I hate the steelers as much as the next guy, but that was way uncool.

Not funny.

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The cruise ship got my husband lol  I actually did the calculations from New York/NewJersey it would 5.5 days to South Hampton and 7.2 days from Baltimore to London at 25 knots, and that time of year the hurricanes are quite a risk instead of icebergs.

Ordinary cruise ships travel at the speed of 21 to 24 knots per hour, but a high-speed cruise ship can go as fast as 30 knots or more. Most cruise ships are powered by diesel electric engines or gas turbines, and they have propellers that cut through the water to move them forward or backward. 

Sea-distances.org is what I used  to do the calculations.

Lombardi from RSR did one in horrible taste a couple years ago and it was being sourced well into the Fall.

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I have to admit the Alshon Jeffrey headline got me! But as I started reading I just knew...

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9 minutes ago, Moderator 2 said:

The cruise ship got my husband lol  I actually did the calculations from New York/NewJersey it would 5.5 days to South Hampton and 7.2 days from Baltimore to London at 25 knots, and that time of year the hurricanes are quite a risk instead of icebergs.

Ordinary cruise ships travel at the speed of 21 to 24 knots per hour, but a high-speed cruise ship can go as fast as 30 knots or more. Most cruise ships are powered by diesel electric engines or gas turbines, and they have propellers that cut through the water to move them forward or backward. 

Sea-distances.org is what I used  to do the calculations.

Lombardi from RSR did one in horrible taste a couple years ago and it was being sourced well into the Fall.

What was the RSR one?

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4 minutes ago, SepticeyePoe said:

What was the RSR one?

Honestly I don't remember, I just remember reading it.

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