Sea-sickness App ?

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  1. Mr Efficiency
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  2. PAR
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    Somehow it seems appropriate that the British, have devised yet another fine use for electroshock, likely developed in the tower and "trialed" for decades.
     
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    Why am I thinking about that Russian inventor from the 1980s who claimed you could starve off a cold by sticking tampons in your nostrils?
     
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    I don't know about a cold, but they're great for nose bleeds . . .
     
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    And there I was thinking the best cure for sea sickness was to send the afflicted, to the bow (inside craft), and prepare food...;)
     

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    ... and now I'm thinking of Tweetie Pie offering poor Sylvester that salted pork....
     
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