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 Post subject: Re: mack's
PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2007 3:19 pm 
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funkophile wrote:
they come in a three pack and a 6 pack (i think). good lagniappe for your cabinmates. ;)

btw, my friend mimi just told me that a lot of folks are using their masquerade costume (mask, boa, beads, etc.) for general costume night. great idea since it's carnival season by then and it's a lightweight costume to pack!


good call,it's real friggin' loud on the pooldeck

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I use all-natural internal earplugs.

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Did anybody say medicines. Don't forget the medicines you take


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longhaired :)

these wax earplugs are for sleep or for those who work in loud environments excluding music. you won't be able to hear the good stuff. better go with foam ear plugs for music if you don't have musician ear plugs that are custom made and fit. those run $150, but are well worth it. they are intended for musicians who need to hear the music clearly, but want to block out the damaging high pitch sounds. well worth it if you intend to listen to music for a few more decades. :) too late for jamcruise since they usually take two weeks to be custom made and shipped back to the audiologist's office.

a friend of mine who has them told me about them about 4 years ago and i'm so glad that i got them.

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i just read the greening newsletters that will be on board each day. looks like we all will be getting a reusable cloth bag with dr. bronner's magic soap and some other samples of biodegradable products. one less thing to pack among many. ;)

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1) Shorts with lots of pockets so you don't have to keep running back to the room to get little stuff like a pen or a business card (see #3)
2) Blinky light batteries so you can have your lights going for all the nites
3) Business cards for your new friends
4) candles for the room to create some atmosphere in those few moments when you won't be jamming out
5) CDs of local artists to pass out to your new friends
6) Robe to look cool at the hot tub
7) stickie pads for notes on peoples doors or your own
8 )blank CDs - so people can burn you some pictures before they forget to do it when they get back home
9) Incense to make the room smell good
10) massage tools to make new friends with
11) Musical instruments to make new friends with


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a JCRO told me this one: camping hard plastic water bottle. i don't think you can buy bottled water on board, so it's easier than always refilling a plastic cup.

careful with the candles. ;) not so sure if that's a good idea considering that the boat rocks back and forth. lol

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 Post subject: blow up doll alert
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Double A wrote:
a blowup spiderman came flying out of nowhere and hit me squarely in the face

So we have to be careful about blow-up dolls assaulting us on deck?

OMIGOD PEOPLE, what kind of a cruise is this???? :twisted:

DHS just issued this traveler's advisory:

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WARNING! Today is PURPLE ALERT! Please be on the looking for flying blow-up dolls. If you see one, please call 1-800-SPANKME for help. You will be directed to a special government crisis center for immediate therapy.

Holy Davy Jones' Locker...just two more days!!!!!

-Boat drinks,

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Kinda repetitive from my other bumps... but here is another bump for our newest friends!


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funkophile wrote:
a JCRO told me this one: camping hard plastic water bottle. i don't think you can buy bottled water on board, so it's easier than always refilling a plastic cup.

careful with the candles. ;) not so sure if that's a good idea considering that the boat rocks back and forth. lol


Yes, they sell bottled water


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Jim is correct! I think they even sell Nalene Jam Cruise bottles on jamcruise.com but I say....

Save the environment and your wallet..the ice machines also have free filtered water
With all the concerns about Plastic #7 BPA blah blah blah... I suggest these really cool bottles and they sure are stylish! I have a Hello Kitty Bottle!! But there are bottles for everyone and in all sizes!!

http://www.swissbottle.com

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MissAslan wrote:
Kinda repetitive from my other bumps... but here is another bump for our newest friends!


You rock for bringing all these posts up front so I can have some kind of clue......
Look out people.. future jamcruise addict has been created. I'm already ready to pre-book the next one and I haven't even been on the first one yet!

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anandamayi wrote:
MissAslan wrote:
Kinda repetitive from my other bumps... but here is another bump for our newest friends!


You rock for bringing all these posts up front so I can have some kind of clue......
Look out people.. future jamcruise addict has been created. I'm already ready to pre-book the next one and I haven't even been on the first one yet!


... and that's how the addiction starts. Can I prebook for 2022 yet?


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MissAslan wrote:
Jim is correct! I think they even sell Nalene Jam Cruise bottles on jamcruise.com but I say....

Save the environment and your wallet..the ice machines also have free filtered water
With all the concerns about Plastic #7 BPA blah blah blah... I suggest these really cool bottles and they sure are stylish! I have a Hello Kitty Bottle!! But there are bottles for everyone and in all sizes!!

http://www.swissbottle.com

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so what's the deal with BPA and water bottles? The little triangle with the number in it tells you if it's bad or not?


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anandamayi wrote:
MissAslan wrote:
Kinda repetitive from my other bumps... but here is another bump for our newest friends!


You rock for bringing all these posts up front so I can have some kind of clue......
Look out people.. future jamcruise addict has been created. I'm already ready to pre-book the next one and I haven't even been on the first one yet!


We did the same thing with JC6. We prebooked before going on JC5. Our first JC.


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