Oasis of the Seas completes construction

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  1. Tyrannosaur

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    What a marvelous feat of human engineering. It's like a city on water!
    Oasis Of The Seas
     
  2. Optimus Sledge

    Optimus Sledge Yar har fiddle di dee

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    I've seen this movie. Only Treat Williams, Famke Janssen and Kevin J O'Connor make it out.
     
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    There's gotta be a 'Yo Dawg...' in there somewhere...
     
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    Optimus Sledge Yar har fiddle di dee

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    No, just a monster from the deep that'll drink you to death.
     
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    "We plan on sticking to the tropics, below where any icebergs can be found. We simply feel this is a prudent choice."
     
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    Gingerchris Telly-headed Tyrant

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    That's a load of ship.
    "It thinks we're either a threat, food or a mate - it's gonna either kill us, eat us or hump us."
     
  7. Tyrannosaur

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    Can't blame them really. The bigger the ship, the harder it is to navigate past one. It's not like something this big can turn on a dime.

    Uh, what monster movie are some of you guys referencing?
     
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    Eric Per sempre marciamo.

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    Damn! :eek:  I wanna go on that boat ride!
     
  9. Tyrannosaur

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    I'd be very proud of myself just to take part in constructing it. It's absolutley beautiful.

    EDIT: found the movie, Deep Rising. I'm a sucker for monster movies like this :D 

    DOUBLE EDIT: Penis worms? PENIS WORMS? Thats the monster they came up with? Or is wikipedia lying to me?
     
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    As amazing a piece of engineering as this is, I can't help but feel the effort could have been better directed than towards a gigantic floating bacchanale.

    I do like the idea of an experimental floating city/community though, especially if it was used as a research platform for sustainable aquaculture experiments.
     
  11. Tyrannosaur

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    I was watching something on the Science Channel that some company wants to develop these floating citys that are like a few miles in diameter.
     
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    netkid Where's my Goddamn shoe!

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    Penis Worms?

    I never remembered that being in the movie.
     
  13. Tyrannosaur

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    They said that the creatures were relatives of the Ottoia family, which are under the phylum of Priapulida AKA penis worms.
     
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    Do you think that was what the Chief was thinking when he told Quint that they we're gonna need a bigger boat?
     
  15. Optimus Sledge

    Optimus Sledge Yar har fiddle di dee

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    I think Godzi's using Encyclopedia Dramatica.
     
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    They referenced it in the movie.
     
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    Well now I'm going to have to dig out my copy and watch it again. Pausing only to send Roger Ebert hatemail for calling it an Aliens knockoff. I don't give a goddamn that he gives Bay's films the slating they so richly deserve, no one disrespects Treat Williams' magnum opus. Aliens WISHES it was as good as Deep Rising.
     
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    YOU DARE DOUBT THE WORK OF THE ALMIGHTY JAMES CAMERON?!!!!?!!?!1one11eleven
    lol j/k
    I liked Deep Rising. Haven't seen it in a while, just started watching it again via youtube. I wouldn't call it an Aliens knock-off either. Two totally different concepts.
     
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    looking at it, i think of all those episodes of "Deadliest Catch" where they talk about stacking the cages too high, and the danger of capsizing.
    i gotta go look up the dimensions on this Kraken of a a ship.
     
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    Now that's one big pile of ship.
     

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