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  1. From Office Space: "It was a 'Jump to Conclusions' mat. You see, it would be this mat that you would put on the floor... and would have different CONCLUSIONS written on it that you could JUMP TO."
  2. And you can start speculating about what happens to Symphony's schedule in 2022, because I don't think it can make it from Antiqua to Melbourne in four days. ====== Check that - three days because of the International Date Line.
  3. If you can't wait for the official web page, this is the same itinerary as in July 2022, and August 2022, shown here: https://www.crystalcruises.com/voyage/reykjavik-roundtrip-yen220728-10 https://www.crystalcruises.com/voyage/reykjavik-roundtrip-yen220807-10 ... and it's slightly less expensive in 2021!
  4. Beware the Primum of Aprilis! The Millionaire and his wife ...
  5. Oh sad day! Well, this is how I'll remember him, although I couldn't tell you which one is Stan and which one is Jim ...
  6. Proposition bets: Over/Under: June 16, 2021, when Regent will correct the spelling of "Iceland" in the description of the Navigator cruise departing on the same date. First ship to declare itself a sovereign nation and allow its passengers to compete in the Olympics. (Summer or Winter) First fatty veal from Chartreuse returned to the kitchen. First on board restaurant to serve meals "to go" to non passengers at any scheduled port. (i.e. Prime 7-to-go, etc.) Number of Seven Seas Society nights sailed to achieve the coveted "Pandemic" status. Average wait time
  7. There was only one significant fare change today - a large decrease on Endeavor for this cruise: https://www.crystalcruises.com/voyage/hobart-to-christchurch-yen210219-17 For a Cat S2, it's down 17.2% from the prior fare, 27.6% from the original fare, and 34.2% from the highest fare. I know it's risky, but you Aussies and Kiwis might want to jump on it now. The subsequent cruise dropped in March - one day shorter, but that one is $150 per day higher.
  8. The one where the Black Knight is BWIVince ...
  9. There were two terminated job titles that really stood out for me, also. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CRM_114_(fictional_device)
  10. "And as in uffish thought he stood, boblerm, with eyes of flame, Came whiffling through the tulgey wood, And burbled as he came!" It's April 20. Happy pot day, everyone! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/420_(cannabis_culture)
  11. I know that your profile says that you are from New England, but boblerm, with all these questions, I'm beginning to think that you are in fact from Fort Lee New Jersey!
  12. I have a different experience * with the same Texas agency ... I was asked to return my rebate check from the cancelled, March 14, Splendor cruise ... which I did. And I didn't question that until I started reading threads like this. Upon inquiry, I'm told that it is not true that Regent protects 100% of the commission. ====== * Different only as to the topic at hand. I've had nothing but good experiences with them as to their service, and as their "up-front" policy on rebates and other benefits.
  13. There are a ship-ton of new "Guaranteed" fares today - probably happened earlier this week, but I just posted them today. This includes 17 OG, 24 VG, and 22 PG on both ocean ships combined, and all after August and all in 2020. I encourage everyone to book one of the new fares so that the line will finally be able to refund my cancellation! 🙃
  14. Maybe that's one of those Cr-exit deals, because you're from the UK.
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