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Comment Re:Loans (Score 1) 420

These days, at least in my state, almost all of the former community colleges ARE four year colleges. In addition, if you complete an AA you are guaranteed a spot at a state UNIVERSITY (it may not be your first pick), so you haven't really screwed yourself if you screwed up high school.

Comment Re:I hate bad journalism like this... (Score 1) 404 I admit, It's the daily mail. But do you have any sources for your claims? Or just name calling? Any ship that can run diesel (pretty much all of them) can run bunker fuel. They switch to cleaner fuels to meet regulations when coming in to certain ports, thats about it. I'm not claiming every cruise ship uses bunker fuel, but some obviously seem to. Here's more: , and here:

Comment Re:I hate bad journalism like this... (Score 3, Informative) 404

Most cruise ships are powered by bunker fuel, an extremely low-quality, high-polluting fuel blend. Carnival first experimented with scrubbers several years ago, installing a system on a Holland America ship, Tom Dow, Carnival's vice-president for public affairs, explains. However, it took up too much space and released large amounts of polluted wastewater. Carnival scrapped the program. No, cruise ships predominately use bunker fuel. Source:

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