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38 minutes ago, Captain_Morgan said:

 

Again, parsing words to make an agreeable argument in your own mind....

 

What I said, was the older ships are more than likely paid off which means they are generally going to produce a higher percentage of profit versus a brand new ship which has to be paid off.  I also said that it wouldn't make sense to get rid of a proven revenue stream in response to your baseless claim that old ships will be done away with.  What part of those points entered your brain and came out as the gobbledygook you've written?   

 

As for being a VV/Branson hater, how can I possibly claim that status when I've never met the man, nor have I (or anyone else on this site) sailed on one of their ships?

 

I will leave you to your 'alternate facts' and wish you the best of luck with your re-creating of narratives in order to suit your view...

The next time I see a Large Old ship I will think of you and your proposed business plan.  

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