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(The Hill)   Carnival Cruise Lines reports customer data exposure. What a clown show   (thehill.com) divider line
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2021-06-18 9:38:20 PM  
Still better than what they normally expose to customers, in fairness...
 
2021-06-18 9:52:06 PM  
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2021-06-18 10:11:59 PM  

Somaticasual: Still better than what they normally expose to customers, in fairness...


Now we need to wait for the Chipotle data breach.
 
2021-06-18 10:27:42 PM  
I went on a cruise once. It was boring as hell for the most part. Tiny, uncomfortable rooms. Nothing to do but play slot machines, and occasional "shows" for old people. Might as well just fly to your destination.
 
2021-06-18 10:50:37 PM  

Begoggle: I went on a cruise once. It was boring as hell for the most part. Tiny, uncomfortable rooms. Nothing to do but play slot machines, and occasional "shows" for old people. Might as well just fly to your destination.


We really like cruises, despite being not old people.  I don't travel well due to disability (ok I guess that's where my old lady points come from) so having my bed come with me is awesome.  Flying sucks, but we can easily drive to Baltimore to get on the boat.  There's eating and drinking and pool and spa.  Some of the activities are fun, like "dance club" for a couple hours.  And the excursions are a blast.

I originally thought it would be boring af, like completely vanilla and lame, but was attracted by the whole "take your bed with you" thing.  And we ended up having a lot of fun.

/well, except when I spent the whole time with an URI
//was patient x on that one
///everyone else got sick too, and the next cruise that boat went on had to come back early and was being investigated by the FBI or some sh*t IM SORRY
 
2021-06-19 12:05:11 AM  
I would like to go on the Disney cruise, but my husband will never go. He says that he does not want to be trapped in a tube with all those people. If one is sick, they could end up making everyone sick. He is also afraid of fire. I can relate to his worries.
 
2021-06-19 8:01:45 AM  
I got dragged along on a Carnival cruise once. It was a mixture of some of the saddest and funniest things I've ever seen. Sad included a child (under 10) sitting at a table with her parents in the smokey casino area at 11:30 one night, and the adult guy who took over the Build-a-Bear workshop because he was too enthusiastic about it. I also got yelled at by some woman from West Virginia because she thought I was mocking her state when I belted out its name while singing along to Country Road in the piano bar.
 
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