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Serving It Right


Bars and advertisements for alcoholic products often encourage people to “drink responsibly,” but in some cases, the establishments, restaurants, or bartenders serving these drinks may be at least partially liable for a patron’s alcohol-related injury or death. 540 more words

Kyle Busch continues polarizing NASCAR fans, this time while protesting a new rule

NASCAR is in Fort Worth this weekend, and the newly paved track at Texas Motor Speedway is creating some problems.

During Friday’s practice, Kyle Busch, Chase Elliott and Erik Jones all crashed, and for now, Elliott and Jones will have to pull out their backup cars because their cars were so badly wrecked, … 475 more words


Notes from the Wreck

It doesn’t matter that you didn’t do it yesterday. It doesn’t matter that you didn’t do it the day before that. It doesn’t matter if you don’t feel like it now. 460 more words


Ghost ships: why are World War II naval wrecks vanishing in Indonesia?

HMAS Perth was sunk on March 1 1942.
Shinatria Adhityatama / Pusat Arkaeologi Nasional (Arkenas)

Natali Pearson, University of Sydney

Seventy five years ago this month, Australia, the UK, US and the Netherlands suffered a series of disastrous naval defeats against Japan in the narrow straits and seas around Indonesia. 1,263 more words


Nippo maru

One of my favourite wrecks of the weeks diving in Truk was the Nippo Maru.

The wreck lies on an even keel with a port list with her bottom at 47m on the sand. 428 more words

Scuba Diving

Minor Traffic Rant

I cannot figure out how such bad wrecks happen during rush hour traffic. What are people doing to cause such bad wrecks? It’s rush hour, typically you can’t even drive particularly fast so any wreck should be minor, I would think. 154 more words