Viking River Cruises plundered us.

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jsn55

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One answer: random resellers.

Given that bots can buy thousands of desirable concert or performance tickets in less than 5 minutes, then think of what the bots/ resellers could do with travel.
It kills me to know you are right, Christina; I think anyone over the age of 40 is galled by the erosion of our values and ethics over the years. A company tries to do "the right thing" for one customer, and ten people figure out how to take advantage of the situation. When we were young adults, it seems that most everybody tried to do the right thing.
 
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