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originally posted by: AgarthaSeed
originally posted by: queenofswords
The streets will not be safe for them.
Anybody have any thoughts on this statement?
Q mentioned this a few weeks back. Nothing too cryptic here, just that the crimes of the swampers that are going to be exposed are of such a horrific nature that it literally wouldn't be safe for them to walk the streets once the public knows.
originally posted by: tiredoflooking
The Eye of the Wind is a brigantine rigged sailing ship built in 1911 at the C. H. Lühring shipyard in Brake, Germany, originally as a topsail schooner named Friedrich.
Eye of the Wind has been used for several film and television roles.
The Blue Lagoon (1980) where the ship appears as the Northumberland.
White Squall (1996) as the Albatross.
Tai-Pan (1986) as the
Morning Cloud and the White Witch.
Nate & Hayes (1983) as the Leonora.
Lost at Sea: The Search for Longitude (1998), an episode of the U.S. television series NOVA.
In one scene of the Hollywood-movie "White Squall" this bell with its engraving WHERE WE GO ONE - WE GO ALL plays an important role.
originally posted by: AnkhMorpork
a reply to: tiredoflooking
I'm afraid I lost the twitter link while posting this. It looks like it's from a brochure for the Kennedy boat as a historical attraction. It is also the boat used in the movie "White Squall" which Q also pointed us to.
Bell issue solved. JFK origin, confirmed.