And yet these people don't use their backpack nuke or 'eat the rich' banner to target Davos at every high season. Security threats would be way down the list of things that make a permanent at sea city unfeasible.Orionblamblam said:But there *are* a lot of people around the world, from Somali pirates to "Occupiers" to national governments who would see this thing as a wonderful target for theft and murder. One small "backpack nuke" would wipe out a whole lot of money. And unlike a city, where even more damage could be caused, this thing would be an All New concentrated focus for greed and rage for those for whom other peoples success is their failure (i.e. socialists and the like).
A backpack nuke wouldn't *sink* Davos.Abraham Gubler said:
And yet these people don't use their backpack nuke or 'eat the rich' banner to target Davos at every high season.
Sure. But read the comments on the various linked stories. Such as this ARTICLE:Abraham Gubler said:
But it would kill an awful lot of rich people.
A nitpick: your children don't have an inheritance unless you are actually dead. If you are still alive, your money is *your* money (subject to the whims of your local government kleptocrats, of course).Triton said:A luxury cruise ship retirement community for retirees to spend their children's inherentence.
Well, to certain limits of the definition of "nice." A high density of old folks on a ship at sea? Having been there, I can assure you that you will have to work hard to hear more bitchin' & complainin'.You might have a pretty nice life as the ship's doctor or part of the medical staff.
Reminds me on the definition given by a German cabaret artist for "MS Deutschland" (MS = MV or M/V),Orionblamblam said:... A high density of old folks on a ship at sea? ...