This is proof that it is possible to have way too much time on your hands. Peter and his nephews made this cute little video using mspaint and windows movie maker several years back. So without further ado enjoy the Seasick Captain!!! (Remember: no heads were harmed in the production of this short. Thank you!)
Drink Up Buttercup from Philadelphia, PA stop by the studios of the Digital Arts Entertainment Lab for a live recording for the WRAS indieATL music series, produced by Matt Rowles.
Drink Up Buttercup is James Harvey on vocals & guitar, the bass, keys, melodica, and can-smashing duties are traded by Farzad Houshiarnejad and Ben Money, and Mike Cammerata on drums.
For more info on the band: *******www.myspace****/drinkupbuttercupband
Also please check out their new record on Yep Roc Records: *******store.yeproc****/album.php?id=14705
Getting to and from Antarctica along our route means confronting the mighty Drake Passage twice, infamous for extremely rough water that can be hard on passengers. The Drake was gentle on the trip south, but retaliated as we returned. I dragged myself to the bridge for this demonstration of the Drake's power, a segment from "There's Something About Penguins", the free video saga of how I survived a cruise to Antarctica, featuring four delightful species of penguins, plus whales, seals, icebergs, glaciers, human outposts, unbelievable scenery, and much more. Antarctica is a visual delight.
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This one may make you sea sick ! More big waves on penzance promenade.
Awesome stop-motion ad that almost makes you seasick!
travelwishtv****Seasickness - If you get seasick it can and will ruin your cruise experience. Unless you're 100% sure you don't get seasick be sure to take something just in case. Most ships have stabilizers you can still feel the boat rocking especially at night when the boat picks up speed while most passengers are tucked away in there beds. You have several options. A doctor can give you a prescription for a patch that will last the whole time. You can also take one a day Dramamine or Bonine. If it makes you sleepy just take it at night instead of in the morning. If you don't like taking medicine you can purchase wristbands that prevent seasickness through pressure points on your wrist. Ginger tea has also been known to calm sea sickness. If a cup of hot tea isn’t the best thing on a Caribbean cruise try taking a couple of Ginger tablets morning and night. It's not only supposed to prevent seasickness but is also supposed to help your food digest. It's available at your drug store in the vitamin section. I suggest you buy some before you depart on your next cruise who knows you might just ease the sickness for yourself or a fellow passenger.
First, our daily briefing summary and Santa Cruz bay. Klaus, our Mountain Travel Sobek guide, explains Darwin's seasickness aboard the Beagle. Also: cactus cliff shoreline, GIANT seagull, quick bus ride, living fence, smooth-billed Ani
the song named "Magic Waltz". "1900" plays for his seasick friend Max with the waves crashing outside.
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this vide is from *******www.youtube****/watch?v=xVFRkrei1lQ
Just watching this is enough to make you seasick.