Undertoad Wednesday Oct 9 03:38 PM
10/9/2002: Cargo ships buildup
perth Wednesday Oct 9 03:39 PM
very neat image, sort of surreal. anyone know where a higher-res version may be found?
Griff Wednesday Oct 9 03:43 PM
Cool image, kind of a calm D-Day. Anybody know what percentage of traffic got re-routed to Mexico?
arz Wednesday Oct 9 04:08 PM
Ensenada was able to take some ships, but the problem with that port is that it is too shallow to accept many of the "super freighters."
juju Wednesday Oct 9 04:52 PM
What's the story behind the picture?
Nic Name Wednesday Oct 9 04:55 PM
I think it's something about a strike that was costing the American economy in excess of a billion dollars a day.
jaguar Wednesday Oct 9 05:28 PM
A high res would make a fantastic background...
Undertoad Wednesday Oct 9 05:28 PM
Hi-res version: in wire photos, there's always a chance that MSNBC makes it one of their pics of the week. When that happens I try to pick it up and put it in the thread. Otherwise, I've tried to work my way through the AP trying to get information about images, but I never get very far.
juju Wednesday Oct 9 06:19 PM
Nic Name Wednesday Oct 9 06:22 PM
I used to worry about UT relying on CNN for his news of the world, until I realized that some people get their news from the Cellar.
juju Wednesday Oct 9 08:30 PM
Well, usually I watch NBC Nightly News. But i've been tweaking the PVR software I have set up on my computer, and I haven't been recording stuff lately.
Undertoad Wednesday Oct 9 08:32 PM
juju Wednesday Oct 9 08:34 PM
Undertoad Wednesday Oct 9 08:40 PM
juju Wednesday Oct 9 09:01 PM
Come on, man. You love CNN. Don't deny your roots.
dave Thursday Oct 10 12:27 AM
Love and reliance are two different things.
blowmeetheclown Thursday Oct 10 10:33 AM