newarenanow wrote:Physical_Graffiti wrote:Don't make me send you two to the hospital for free, eh.
I'll go in for a broken finger and come out with my leg amputated.
canaan wrote:newarenanow wrote:tifosi77 wrote:newarenanow wrote:A lot of people equate water temp to air temp. 59 may not sound that cold, but it is in the water.
Water is a much more effective conductor of heat than is air.
Example: Heat your oven to 212 F, and bring a pot of water to a boil on the range. Stick your and in the oven, and it will barely even feel warm. Stick your hand in the water, and..... well......
I don't know what you are getting at with this? The water is 59 degrees. It will do much more damage to your body and feel much colder than if you were walking around outside on a 59 degree day.
If you are pointing out that for both hot and cold, water temp does not = air temp, then I agree.
i think he was agreeing with you
shafnutz05 wrote:That conversation between the Guardia Costiera and that coward "captain" of that vessel makes me damned proud of those guys. Listening to them ream him out, emasculate him, and tell him to get his sorry ass back on board to assist with the rescue was solid. Much respect to the junior officers on board, he should go straight to prison
Physical_Graffiti wrote:Gaucho wrote:The captain now claims, get this, that he had accidentally fallen into the life boat.
Gaucho wrote:He need not worry, he'll never have to set foot on any ship again.
Except maybe the ship of foools. Or Charon's ferry. Or, er...
AlexPKeaton wrote:I find it hard to believe that something off the coast of ITALY could be undocumented. There have only been people sailing those waters since like, the ancient Egyptians.
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