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Offline LilLamb

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Hell of a Cruise on Peacock
« on: September 15, 2022, 08:04:44 pm »
I thought this would be an interesting documentary about Covid on the Diamond Princess. It started out really good showing cell phone videos passengers had taken showing their view of how the cruise ship company and Japanese government mishandled the quarantine of the passengers keeping sick people and un infected people together with the crew moving between them.

Then, it totally jumped the shark and tuned into a liberal bashing of President Trump full of misinformation and downright lies. I turned it off in the middle of the show because I couldn’t watch any more. Just wanted to give you all warning if you had planned to watch it.
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Re: Hell of a Cruise on Peacock
« Reply #1 on: September 16, 2022, 07:03:43 am »
Sadly, no surprise. There is a lot of Leftist revisionist 'entertainment' coming out of Hollywood. Sometimes it is just a couple of lines in a show, sometimes it is the focus, but it is all pointed in the same direction.
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