20,000 leagues under the sea , Part 1

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Date: April 19, 2001
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He was Captain Nemo commander of the Nautilus and had found a way to escape from the outside world by staying this this vessal. For a week the men never seen the captain but were allowed full acess to any part of the ship they wanted. There was a large lounge that seemed to be small museum , some of its contents were works of famous artists and on both sides there was a glass window so one could see the ocean...
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Monsirur Aronnax and Conseil agreed to go while Ned Land Turned down the offer. Everyone was given a dry suit , air tanks and a gun that shot an electrocuting bullet. After four hours to reach the cliffs rising to land they stopped and headed back to the ship...
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