|IrishWhiskey - 2012-01-18 |
So he took his boat close to shore to wave to a friend, crashed, spent an hour trying to cover up what happened before calling for help, claimed he "fell" into a lifeboat which then released itself, refused to get back on despite clear orders, then went to get dinner instead of helping the authorities.
I know people died, but there's no way this could be made into a movie without being a comedy. Possibly where the captain is played by Rowan Atkinson.
|EvilHomer - 2012-01-18 |
Who's on deck?
No, no, Who's in the water, What's on the deck.
|cognitivedissonance - 2012-01-18 |
I didn't realize it was actually legally mandatory for a captain to go down with his ship. I thought that was just an etiquette thing.
It is in Socialist Europe.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2012-01-18 |
Must be USCG trained.
He's getting schooled by the Italian Coast Guard. He clearly was never USCG.
It's not like he fainted or anything.
Does the Alaskan Coast Guard force captains back on their capsizing crab boats?
Evilhomer, the captain may not flee the crab boat until all the crew and crabs are safely evacuated.
stop breaking charecter dammit!
|Ursa_minor - 2012-01-18 |
Captain De Falco has no reservations about being a hardass. I love it. When you've got a name like that, you better damn well live up to it.
|didcotmassif - 2012-01-19 |
the bbc version translates with voiceovers that sound like mitchell & webb
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