Joseph Kellington had always been a crazy man. It was obvious to everyone he spoke to. It was expected for someone in his early 20's to have an ambition so crazy that few took him seriously. But Kellington had nothing if not an unbendable ambition, one which would come to haunt railways the world over.
Joseph Kellington was born to a wealthy family in 1978. In his early childhood, he showed a fascination with the human body that never wavered. This fascination caused concern to his parents, who didn't want to see him become a surgeon. They tried to introduce him to subjects they were familiar with, especially literature, but he showed little
I want to do a series about ship stereotypes. The concept is that each episode will cover a certain type of ship with certain ships of that type being included in that episode. The only problem is that I have no stereotype ideas. That's where you come in. All you have to do is suggest a stereotype and I'll include it in the corresponding episode. The first episode will focus on ocean liner stereotypes. But I have to give the disclaimer. This is for fun. I'm not saying someone who captains a certain ship is a certain type of person. There are reasons for the stereotype, but there are also exceptions. Are you with me? If so, leave a suggestion