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BRKG: HMS Bounty crew abandon ship near eye of hurricane Sandy

 
Tess2012

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BRKG: HMS Bounty crew abandon ship near eye of hurricane Sandy
A replica of one of the most famous ships in the world has sent a distress call 160 miles from the eye of Sandy.

Coast Guard Sector North Carolina received a call from the owner of HMS Bounty, a 180ft, three mast tall British ship, saying she had lost communication with the vessel's crew late on Sunday evening.

An air crew arrived on the scene and regained contact with the ship, which has 17 people aboard, after receiving a signal from the emergency position indicated beacon registered to the Bounty.

"The vessel is reportedly taking on water and is without propulsion. The Coast Guard is continuing to monitor the Bounty's situation," said the US Coast Guard.

There are 40mph winds and 18ft waves reported at the scene, which is 90 miles southeast of Hatteras in North Carolina.

[link to news.sky.com]

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Re: BRKG: HMS Bounty crew abandon ship near eye of hurricane Sandy
This is my favourite ship. I am n tears right now. This is so horrible for the ship and the crew....

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Re: BRKG: HMS Bounty crew abandon ship near eye of hurricane Sandy
HMS Bounty, also known as HM Armed Vessel Bounty, was a small merchant vessel purchased by the Royal Navy for a botanical mission. The ship was sent to the Pacific Ocean to acquire breadfruit plants and transport them to British possessions in the West Indies. That mission was never completed, as disagreements between Lieutenant William Bligh and his acting Sailing Master, Fletcher Christian, led to a revolt by half of the crew and their seizure of the vessel on 28 April 1789, leading to the Mutiny on the Bounty.[1]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Take out a few key words.>>

"....disagreements, .......led to a revolt ,....seizure.....28th April 1789......LEADING TO THE MUTINY.....

So post SANDY, do we see something along the lines of a MUTINY???? Related to the US elections perhaps? Just thinking aloud. Maybe...


Some stats:
[link to www.timeanddate.com]

From and including: Friday, 17 April 1789
To, but not including : Monday, 29 October 2012
It is 81,644 days from the start date to the end date, but not including the end date
Or 223 years, 6 months, 12 days excluding the end date

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Re: BRKG: HMS Bounty crew abandon ship near eye of hurricane Sandy
I have a ship large enough to go rescue and save this ship.


Going to go get in my starship right now.
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10/29/2012 07:14 AM

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Re: BRKG: HMS Bounty crew abandon ship near eye of hurricane Sandy
In another post I saw the ship was for sale. So maybe they sailed into Sandy for insurance. Ha Ha Ha.
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Re: BRKG: HMS Bounty crew abandon ship near eye of hurricane Sandy
Remeber, they can plant news items in their illuminati media.
Each news item or incident mentioned in the media can form part of a subliminal mind map.
To that they add more subliminals through more incidents, and thats how they set the stage for manipulation.

The HMS Bounty thing could be one such subliminal, calling for a mutiny.

They may want a Mutiny. The storm is just an escuse to use the subliminal.
Again, Im just doodling here, could be nothing.
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Re: BRKG: HMS Bounty crew abandon ship near eye of hurricane Sandy
Something doesn't add up or I'm just an idiot. From this story [link to www.bnowire.com] is this 'On scene weather is reported to be 40 mph winds and 18-foot seas.' Whats so bad about that? Why can't they get to the ship nor the life rafts? Current conditions are nothing for the Coast Guard.
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Re: BRKG: HMS Bounty crew abandon ship near eye of hurricane Sandy
Something doesn't add up or I'm just an idiot. From this story [link to www.bnowire.com] is this 'On scene weather is reported to be 40 mph winds and 18-foot seas.' Whats so bad about that? Why can't they get to the ship nor the life rafts? Current conditions are nothing for the Coast Guard.
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Re: BRKG: HMS Bounty crew abandon ship near eye of hurricane Sandy
Something doesn't add up or I'm just an idiot. From this story [link to www.bnowire.com] is this 'On scene weather is reported to be 40 mph winds and 18-foot seas.' Whats so bad about that? Why can't they get to the ship nor the life rafts? Current conditions are nothing for the Coast Guard.
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Re: BRKG: HMS Bounty crew abandon ship near eye of hurricane Sandy
Something doesn't add up or I'm just an idiot. From this story [link to www.bnowire.com] is this 'On scene weather is reported to be 40 mph winds and 18-foot seas.' Whats so bad about that? Why can't they get to the ship nor the life rafts? Current conditions are nothing for the Coast Guard.
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whats so bad about that is the fact that they lost power.
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Re: BRKG: HMS Bounty crew abandon ship near eye of hurricane Sandy
Something doesn't add up or I'm just an idiot. From this story [link to www.bnowire.com] is this 'On scene weather is reported to be 40 mph winds and 18-foot seas.' Whats so bad about that? Why can't they get to the ship nor the life rafts? Current conditions are nothing for the Coast Guard.
 Quoting: wintersway


whats so bad about that is the fact that they lost power.
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and then began to take on water
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Re: BRKG: HMS Bounty crew abandon ship near eye of hurricane Sandy
Something doesn't add up or I'm just an idiot. From this story [link to www.bnowire.com] is this 'On scene weather is reported to be 40 mph winds and 18-foot seas.' Whats so bad about that? Why can't they get to the ship nor the life rafts? Current conditions are nothing for the Coast Guard.
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It's a sailing ship. Huge masts. I imaginethat'd be impossible to control in a hurricane.
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Bump.
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Re: BRKG: HMS Bounty crew abandon ship near eye of hurricane Sandy
Something doesn't add up or I'm just an idiot. From this story [link to www.bnowire.com] is this 'On scene weather is reported to be 40 mph winds and 18-foot seas.' Whats so bad about that? Why can't they get to the ship nor the life rafts? Current conditions are nothing for the Coast Guard.
 Quoting: wintersway


It's a sailing ship. Huge masts. I imaginethat'd be impossible to control in a hurricane.
 Quoting: Tess2012


Sailing ships practically discovered the whole world.
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Re: BRKG: HMS Bounty crew abandon ship near eye of hurricane Sandy
Sailing ships practically discovered the whole world.
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And the bottom of the sea is littered with wrecks.

Anybody who would deliberately set sail into a hurricane in an 18th century sailing ship is an utter fool!

I know the Bounty was a replica, but it was built as an exact reproduction of the original.

They set sail on October 25th and had plenty of warning what they were sailing into.
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Re: BRKG: HMS Bounty crew abandon ship near eye of hurricane Sandy
One of the two missing crew, Claudene Christian (a descendant of Fletcher Christian), was found by the Coast Guard. She was unresponsive, and rushed to a hospital and later declared dead.
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Re: BRKG: HMS Bounty crew abandon ship near eye of hurricane Sandy
Shurley, they could have made it into port or anchor before the incounter.
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Re: BRKG: HMS Bounty crew abandon ship near eye of hurricane Sandy
The crew wanted to take over the ship and sail it to safety but the mutiny on the bounty is so over done.
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Re: BRKG: HMS Bounty crew abandon ship near eye of hurricane Sandy
Kind of neat how the owner had 3 weeks notice to move that ship but waited patiently for the right time to sail it into the storm for a whopper insurance check.


Let me guess the owners last name prolly ends with a berg, stein, cohen, katz, blackwell, blum, burg, blatt, nitz, wig, mann, etc...
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Re: BRKG: HMS Bounty crew abandon ship near eye of hurricane Sandy
Kind of neat how the owner had 3 weeks notice to move that ship but waited patiently for the right time to sail it into the storm for a whopper insurance check.


Let me guess the owners last name prolly ends with a berg, stein, cohen, katz, blackwell, blum, burg, blatt, nitz, wig, mann, etc...

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21931562


Ding Ding Ding,we have a winner. He actually just said it was all up to the Captain. LOL
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Re: BRKG: HMS Bounty crew abandon ship near eye of hurricane Sandy
Kind of neat how the owner had 3 weeks notice to move that ship but waited patiently for the right time to sail it into the storm for a whopper insurance check.


Let me guess the owners last name prolly ends with a berg, stein, cohen, katz, blackwell, blum, burg, blatt, nitz, wig, mann, etc...

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21931562


Ding Ding Ding,we have a winner. He actually just said it was all up to the Captain. LOL
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26599806


ohyeah

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