Ship Stuck In The Suez Canal Disrupts Global Trade, But Makes Good Memes | The Last Word | MSNBC 1

Ship Stuck In The Suez Canal Disrupts Global Trade, But Makes Good Memes | The Last Word | MSNBC


Sal Mercogliano, a professor and former merchant mariner, explains to Ali Velshi why the massive cargo ship stuck in the Suez Canal is not only inspiring a wave of memes, but it will also increase prices for consumers in the United States and the rest of the world. Sal says, "This is going to get exponentially worse." Aired on 03/27/2021.
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    1. He’s not like other brokers that will start telling you stories and excuses why they trade didn’t go well after collecting your money

    2. When I saw testimonies all over the place I thought it was all made up stories till I was convinced and gave it a try and honestly I don’t regret the move I made because I invested in a big way

    3. When someone is straight forward and good at what he does, people will always speak for them. For me I would say give Mr Michael of financial education a try and you be happy you did

    1. @Jeff Stettler “it’s life, Jim, but not as we know it, not as we know it, not as we know it, it’s life, Jim, but not as we know it, not as we know it, Captain.”
      “There’s Klingons off the starboard bow, starboard bow, starboard bow, There’s Klingons off the starboard bow, brush them off, Jim!”

    2. Scotty! we need more power, Now!
      Bones: we can’t Jim , he’s dead ! They are All Dead !.
      Dammit bones ! you still haven’t charged the batteries on that , they are walking around.
      Spock ! get the Antigravity grappling !
      Captain, I suggest we use the transporter ?
      But ! it would never fit in the cargo hold , it’s just too big !.
      Captain I would find it more logical to move the sand .
      Oh , nevermind.
      Phasers on standby there’s Pirates.

    3. I want to go over there and help by standing there watching while leaning on a shovel like the road repair crews do.

  1. Who among us can say they haven’t beached a 200,000 metric ton container ship in our past? It happens.

    1. Actually good question. Where are they? Because ships are defiantly at risk of being taken over in Egyptian waters too.

    2. Prob near south africa which is why many ships are skeptical about taking the long route around africa lol

  2. Time to call Matts Off Road and Recovery!!!
    The Yellow Banana and the new Tow-Vare could be over there in about 20 hours and have it unstuck and handing out T-shirts in about 20 minutes!!!
    What, you haven’t called them yet?
    LET’S GO!!!!!

  3. We need a Hero like Boaty McBoatface to the rescue. On a serious note, this is not a good situation.

    1. @Kevin Galicia Supper man? The guy that delivers the Meals on Wheels? How could he help in this situation?

  4. My uncle runs towing business, they need to ask him, and the fact that he survives in California speaks for itself.

  5. Maybe that stuck ship & covid-19 are sending a message. “You’re world economy is going down!”

  6. Louie DeJoy probably paid the captain of the ship – amongst his other acts – to slow down package delivery.

    1. Well I’d like to assume this is a rare event and ships still have the longer option of just going around Africa. So it’s hard to see the reasoning to build another path and disrupt more land.

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