Eppur si muove

2 responses to “Eppur si muove

  1. Claire M. Demers

    gentlemen – my limited ‘erin go bra’ irish language – leaves me wondering about what I am looking at – the link bounces back to Shannon hotel boat – so….I am left to my warped imagination, such as, this ia a photo of two frigates destined for a headon collision after many centuries of a family feud. Oh dear, alas and may the wind always be at your back.

  2. No, no: you don’t want a strong wind behind you in case you get pooped. Eppur si muove is Italian. I don’t know why you’re getting a link to the Shannon Princess: you should instead see one boat towing another. bjg

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