Crimping, press ganging, shanghaiing, and the pirates’ no-win scenario. Join us for minute 16 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we examine Bootstrap Bill Turner’s almost untimely death, his no-win choice to engage the service of Davy Jones, the Kobayashi Maru, his disgusting hermit crab eating habitats, the drunk guy conversation scenario, and Captain Jack Sparrow’s deal with Davy Jones. Additionally, in this episode we discuss how the Wicked Wench was raised from the ocean depths by Davy Jones and became the Black Pearl, and the bloody and profitable reality and origin of shanghaiing in the 19th century.
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