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Old February 22nd, 2012, 09:21 PM
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This is not a new phenomenon. Companies decide they told us the same message too many times already and it is time to think of a different selling point. Look at Verizon - I remember they went from a black-haired salesman saying, "Can you hear me now?" to the same man leading a huge group of Verizon customers in his network. Southwest is doing it too: one year it was all about bags flying free; the next it was all about no flight change fees. Apparently Norwegian Cruise Line, which I will always call NCL no matter what because it is easier to say and type, decided it no longer needs to talk about how it leads the cruise industry in "freestyle cruising."

Paul, the "Norwegian judges" part does not change anything. Norwegian is a term used as both a noun and an adjective the same way we say American laws and "proud to be an American."

And with that, ladies and gentlemen, I am now finally able to see a countdown clock for my first cruise! Sapphire Princess, here I come!
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