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Japanese Ghost Ship Spotted Near Canada (Tsunami)

The tsunami in Japan created 22 million tons of debris. This ghost ship just appeared (one year later) near Canada. 

The ghost ship marks the first large sign of debris from post-tsunami Japan. Previously, Japanese bottles and other knick knacks have reached North America’s shore, but with officials estimating nearly two million tons of debris to survive the entire trek across the ocean, it won’t be at all surprising to see other items pop up in North America. In fact, officials are fully expecting to find more ghost ships like this too.

Source: http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2012/03/japanese-ghost-ship-lost-in-tsunami-found-floating-near-canada/

posted 2 years 12 hours ago

Ghost ships eh? Reminds me of this movie.

 

Edit: OK fuck this...I was going to insert an image of Ghost Ship the movie.  WTH is up with img tags btw?

posted 2 years 12 hours ago

We have disabled BBcode. You just use the editor or you can use HTML <img> tags. We might turn BBcode back on but it is weird to have bbcode and html. 

posted 2 years 12 hours ago

 Im pretty sure this is old news. the US coast guard sank the ship by shooting their cannons at it. 

posted 2 years 6 hours ago

 Maybe one will wash up carrying samples of mutated humans, spreading a zombie irus across North America...

posted 2 years 6 hours ago

If only, right?  Hopefully it washes up in the South first.  It's win-win: either the gun-toting 'muricans stop the zombies before they can infect anyone, or they're the first ones to succumb, giving time to the rest of us to prepare ourselves.

posted 1 year 12 months ago

 I hope you're joking. I myself being a native southerner don't appreciate anti southern stereotypical comments. I know you don't appreciate people putting down women on this forum i'd like the same respect. Anyways if i took your comment in the wrong way then no harm done. (i know its about zombies) :)

posted 1 year 12 months ago

Hah sorry, I was being obnoxious.  Recently watched "Cabin In The Woods" and since then have been fixating on stereotyping in horror genres >.<  I should've prefaced my comment with that.

posted 1 year 12 months ago

Oh, I have not seen that yet. It's all good i'll have to give that movie a watch. 

posted 1 year 12 months ago

 Yeah if you like horror movies...it's freaking hilarious.  Turns the genre on its head.

I'll try to be less of an ass next time I make a comment.  For what it's worth, where I'm from (Pennsyltucky) probably fits the description I set up of the south better than much of the south itself does.