From: San Antonio, TX
I think I speak for everyone when I say thank you for this incredibly non-parametric statistical certainty of the most beautiful WWII ships. It will go down is history as being something on the internet some bloke put together. Still, any effort to ogle some interesting ships is time well spent. Thanks for putting it together.
Now, as Maurelius says, on with the quail!
@ Parusski: Oi!
You are welcome - and thanks for your support
It must be great to know that you can now quiz your family and friends with such trivia. Imagine the next Christmas get together, or perhaps the summer barbeque.
Chickenboy: Hey, Uncle Walt, guess what the most beautiful cruiser of double-ya double-ya eye eye was?
Uncle Walt: Oh CB - what do you mean? Everyone has their own opinion of beauty - after all beauty is in the eye
of the beholder an' s***.
Chickenboy: No, no Uncle Walt - this is official. There was this, like, non-paraplegic statistical study on the internet and everything - some English professor dude or something, did and there was like literally tens of people that voted and the results have been adopted world wide and are official.
Uncle Walt: Chickenboy that's just great - now if you'll excuse me, I've got to go lube my car....[walks off mumbling - that boy spends too much time on the internet].
You see, warspite1, I would not have started that conversation in that manner. Weren't there several categories for 'most beautiful cruiser' of WWII? Honestly, mate, I do wish you'd take these things seriously.