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In logistics, RORO (roll-on, roll-off) is the term for the big cargo boats that bring new vehicles across the ocean (eg from Japan to North America). Seems to match with HOHO. There really should be a way to work a Santa Claus reference in there somehow though.

RORO made the news in Europe with the Herald of Free Enterprise disaster when the ferry of that name sank in Channel killing 188 people. Here is the wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herald_of_Free_Enterprise


The article about RORO (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RORO) also mentions lo-lo (lift on/lift off).

My wife and I took that sort of bus tour around Boston about ten years ago. Let's you stop for lunch at a place you may have run across, or spend extra time at one of the attractions, such as Old Ironsides.

Well, you're gonna get some hop-ons, as they say: http://arresteddevelopment.wikia.com/wiki/Stair_car.

Also, nice to see the old "swirly man" element from HoHo Delhi - a staple of 90s logos.

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