Not bothering with a link...........they're all over the for yourselves.....any clue what this "may" mean for cruising out of Galveston? Try to avoid any political commentary....If I can bite my tongue, so can you guys.....

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Didn't seem to make a difference in Florida. Why it could it be different for Texas? Bummed that it is a political football and we (the passengers and civilians) have to pay the price.

Because TEXAS is....different....thats all I'lI say....I hope you're right. Bet the lights burn late at night up on an assortment of cruise line executive suites...

Well now.

Sure makes cruises from NY look better and better ;)

Yeah, lately Texas has been a different kind of special that is for sure! I haven't heard anything about things changing for cruises.. but it is still fairly new. Just going to have to keep our eyes open for any info that may develop.

What does Lt. Gov Costello want to do ?

YUK got me on that one..was looking it up as in who?? then it dawned on me! good one!

It won't make any difference for the cruise industry. They've committed to follow the CDC recommendations - cooperate and graduate. If the CSO expires, we might see some loosening of protocols, but I certainly won't bank on it. We're under protocols for a couple more years.

I notice several other large employers have also told ABBOTT to pound sand......whats he going to do, post the Natl Guard, or order State Troopers to try to enforce it? This is absurd...

Third base


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