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bobndee

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About bobndee

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    Winston-Salem, NC
  • Interests
    numerous
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Silversea
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Europe

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  1. Yes, they don't fly. But they DO drop down on you on their spider filaments when you least expect it!
  2. When I was designing electronic equipment we had some sayings: "Artificial Intelligence can always be overcome by natural stupidity." "Whenever you make something foolproof, along comes a better grade of fool."
  3. We've both had both of our vaccine shots, finishing in mid-February, so we're supposedly good to go. We've booked our next cruise - March 2022. Nothing before then. But we are going to an all-inclusive resort in May of this year. The trip had originally been booked for May of last year but they shut down so we re-scheduled for this year.
  4. Several years ago I was on a cruise where I saw a woman who brought her two small dogs on board with her. Each day the dogs wore a different costume. She carted them around the ship in a small stroller. If someone were in the way of where she wanted to go, she would use the stroller to push them out of her way.
  5. There are some posts where I just don't get the point. Remember: Eschew obfuscation!
  6. Our longest to date was 14 days - Ft. Lauderdale to Southhampton. We're booked on the Diamond Princess for 17 days in 2022 - Chile to San Diego.
  7. I shared this with my son in medical research. He has these additions: Oncologists thought the whole idea was rather malignant, while the surgeons wanted everyone to cut it out. (yes, I know surgeons are already on the list)
  8. Many years ago you had to ask for condoms from the pharmacist, you couldn't pick them off the shelf. I suggested that a good marketing ploy for condoms would be to advertise that they come in sizes S, M, L and XL. The manufacturer would only need to make the XL size as all men would say "I need size XL!"
  9. Yes, the memes were funny for about the first 10 times. After that it just became overkill and repetitious. That's my opinion.
  10. I'm new to Princess - my first cruise with them is booked for March 2022. I've been curious about Medallion Class since I first heard about it. So I watched some videos on the Princess site about it. One thing that I picked up is that you can use it in the shops for purchases and in the casino for wagering. That kinda scares me. If someone were to lose their medallion then the finder could go on a shopping and/or gambling spree and their spending would go directly to the owner's account.
  11. My wife says she misses the cruise ship's nightly turndown service. I don't know why she needs a service to do turndowns, she is very good at her regular "Not tonight, dear."
  12. My wife says she misses the cruise ship's nightly turndown service. I don't know why she needs a service to do turndowns, she is very good at her regular "Not tonight, dear."
  13. And one I posted a while back: Clusterphobia (n), fear of being in a crowd and contracting COVID-19.
  14. Back in ancient Egypt is was customary that if the Pharaoh passed gas, all of the courtiers would do the same. It was called . . . wait for it . . . toot-in-common (groan!)
  15. It's the same as the raised bars on the F and J keys on the computer keyboard. They're to help touch typists keep on the right key. (Never used them myself, I'm a hunt-and-peck typist who watches every keystroke.)
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