Would you book a trip to outer space or under sea?

   / Would you book a trip to outer space or under sea? #15  
Exploding in a giant fireball has better memes

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   / Would you book a trip to outer space or under sea? #16  
Nope, not even if it was free, or they offered to pay me. Like others have said, I,ll gladly watch it on a big screen tv. Even as a kid, I,ve always been able to weight the risk, and so far, I,ve made it to 74 years old, without much damage.
 
   / Would you book a trip to outer space or under sea? #19  
Not a chance! I test and certify airplanes for a living, and it appears that we put a lot more thought and care into that, that this company had in a machine you can't even get out of! I listened to James Cameron's interview on CNN last night, and he's right on!

We can't stop rich, uninformed people taking elective dumb risks, so be it. But, the immense cost to search for them, when their own potential emergency situation was not planned for, should not be a public burden! In the same week, hundreds of desperate migrants, who simply wanted to live free, drowned - what resource was applied to their rescue?

Millionaires who just want a good story to tell at parties, verses oppressed people who will walk hundreds of miles, and risk it all to just have a better poor life, who should be getting public empathy and rescue effort?
 
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   / Would you book a trip to outer space or under sea? #20  
NO - to both. I went into a REAL sub while vacationing with the the family in Hawaii. It was tied up at the naval station and I was with a tour. Claustrophobia got the better of me and I had to make an early exit.

Hay Dude said it. There is more than sufficient excitement right here on my 80.
 
 
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