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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Kirk Draut
As stories of floating sewage and onion sandwiches surfaced about the Carnival cruise ship saga, one could only imagine a situation akin to "Lord of the Flies," with people panicking and fighting over shelter and food. Not so, one passenger told The Washington Times.
"I was eating chicken fajitas and shrimp cocktails. They're sitting in deck chairs charging their phones and telling some TV station how god-awful it was," he said. "It was not god-awful."
The "onion sandwich" myth came about, he said, because some people were loading up their burgers with extra meat.