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Indeed I do, sir.

Oh, Mr. Moody, are you of a mind to go back to OCEANIC? I certainly think about it now and then...each time I become hopelessly lost!

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Meanwhile, at over on the Cherbourg side of the English Channel...

Passengers are starting to make they way to the port, when they get the news that Titanic is going to be over an hour late.

QUESTION HERE--Perhaps by Titanic being late, perhaps she would stand a better chance of missing those icebergs altogether. What do you all think? And just where is Captain Smith? Isn't anyone going to pick him to play?

MA

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No, Mr. lightholler, though I did enjoy oceanic, I am up for challenge now and again, titanic is definately that sir.

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So sorry, gentlemen. I was detained with Capt. Clarke, going over final details. I will need to see Mr. Murdoch and Mr. Lightoller in my suite at their earliest convenience, please.

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aye aye captain i will report to you as soon as we get out of the channel and get land behind us..

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(Loud noise and string of explitives)

Why can't I seem to find my way round on this Lady? Uh, thanks Mr. Andrews.

You know, Will, this is getting humiliating. You'll never guess where Mr. Andrews found me this time!

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Oh my you got lost again old friend.
You are some piece of work Lights.lol. I bet you keep Syl on her toes at home, don't you ?

I give up where did he find you this time?

WILLS


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Ole lights, yes wills a piece of work for the ages, but then again I have been known to get lost in that huge omnibus as well, so dont feel too bad. Next time we shall leave a bread trail.

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aye as a wanderful idea as that is mr moody i do believe that the mice might eat the bread trails then lights wold be in an even biger mess. a mess that only he could get himself into.

lol

wills

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Aye you have got a point there mate. A lousy idea indeed my friend, we shall have to come up with another way perhaps a string would work...A very very long string.
I am indeed glad that Mr Lightholler got rescued. I had to bump into many bulkheads before I finally found my way out...Will we ever find our way around this "mansion"

edited by titanicangel06, Jun/25/2004, 4:49 pm


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