Transcript for Cruise ship bans woman for life
a royal caribbean cruise passenger recently climbed over the balcony -- you know those railings on those little porches, the really expensive level, and a man named Peter, he was another passenger, shot a picture of her climbing over this railing. Now, she has been banned for life from this cruise line for taking this risk to take a selfie. Did you see it coming, guys? It was a selfie. Now, just so you know, from 2011 to 2017, 259 people have died as a result of trying to take risky selfies. I could not believe that when I heard that. It's crazy. No. Now, the question I ask is clearly she was not obeying the rules. You're not supposed to climb over balconies, but should she have been banned for life? Yes, yes. I said this. I think she should be banned because that was not safe. You can go on another cruise and how about when you go on the next cruise you know not to do that, you know what I mean? Because you don't want to get banned. You'll think twice. It's like, when your mama give you a whooping, I don't want to get a whooping again. I ain't going to do that. Keep on. Keep on. Y'all know. There are just some ways you say stuff sometimes that just -- I'm just like, what? But I get what you're saying but the way you present it is hilarious. Sounds like she needs her phone taken away, not her cruise. No, no, she should be banned for life. And this is why I believe she should be banned for life. First of all, you fall, you die, your family sues for something stupid that you did, okay? All right? He goes straight to the business. I go straight to the business. And then on top of it, I'm trying to do my cruise, you fall out, we got to stop and turn the ship around. You done messed up my cruise. How many times though you take this picture, oh, this is going to be cool, whatever -- I used to think I'm going to take this picture and post it and then I forget I took the picture. I now -- It wasn't that good of a photo. -- Would rather have -- That's what that tells me. The photo wasn't that great. I have some great photos in my phone that have not been seen. Really, love? Yes, I do. Maybe they shouldn't be seen. The facial expression, that's the best I've ever seen. Hey, you're going to be upset you keep strolling to the left, y'all. All I got to say is, y'all some freaks. Y'all need to stop. I don't mean to tell you. No, not those kind of pictures. Yeah, yeah, yeah. But like regular, cool pictures. I know what you mean. I'm a believer now as I've gotten a little older and like the generation of oh, these pictures, I'm a believer in just trying to enjoy and be in the moment and I'm also a believer in a conversation now, not so much as -- now I love -- we take selfies with everybody in the audience every day, right? Right. But one thing I enjoy -- But the thing I enjoy the most is taking a selfie but asking where are you from? You know, have a little conversation here and there. When people come up and go, hey, let's take a selfie, I'm like, just say hello first. I prefer a conversation. I think now we're in this whole thing now where the memory is the photo to make it look like we really are connected but there is no connection now. Then you seal the memory with Now you're trying to take a picture outside a boat.
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