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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/4/2012 9:25:41 PM   
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Firstly, you're all incredibly sick


I did put the posters up but obviously no-one paid attention.

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RE: With the Wren Detachment - 4/5/2012 2:33:14 AM   
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As yet another non-sequitor: I'm reading Castles of Steel, about the naval aspect of the First World War between Germany and the UK. Good read thus far. A lovely quote from Admiral Milne reminded me of a certain Captain of our acquaintance.

"They don't pay me to think. They pay me to be an Admiral."

Good stuff, what what.

Didn't G&S use that in "HMS Pinafore"? Just before he went on about how he got his position by knob polishing? Yikes! I just realized G&S probably meant that as a double entendre that only men of naval experience would get! OK - flow of conciousness posting OFF ...

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RE: With the Wren Detachment - 4/5/2012 3:07:42 AM   
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I just realized G&S probably meant that as a double entendre that only men of naval experience would get!


You got it...

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/5/2012 3:47:51 PM   
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*********SE Tanna Is., July 20, 1942(c)***********


Sergeant of the Tannanese 1st Light Infantry with his stripes tattood onto his bare shoulders:
Good. Here why we have feast. <he pauses briefly to honor the cook with two quick toots of flatulence and a loud belch. This is quickly echoed by the other Tannanese in a call and response fashion much to the amusement of the Japan men. The level of skill is evident as the flatulence is delivered in 3 part harmony. The combination of a Spam and fresh fig diet is evident. When the air has cleared a bit, the Sargeant looks directly at his guests> Shinto crap religion. Cargo cult better. Ensign McGoo bring Spam...........


I had to actualy break down and register (or re-register, coulda sworn I'd set one up ... ) just to comment. Firstly, you're all incredibly sick, keep up the excellent work!


Welcome aboard Cannon. The notion of communicating by farting was "sampled" from Kurt Vonnegut...but he pretty much stole it from Aesop.

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Secondly is part statement, part question: Am I the only person that immediately got a 'mental image', to use the term loosly, of this sounding like "The Music Box" (may have name wrong, instrumental only (piano))?


No, I'm pretty sure you are the only one.

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/5/2012 3:59:03 PM   
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**********Dec 16, 1942(c)*************

Port Headrand: We spotted a LYB surface group moving SW toward PH. Mouse-over intel showed a BB, a CA and some DD's. Usually this proves to be a destroyer leader and some DD's but a random cosmic ray from Betelguese penetrated Admiral Lord SPrior's thick cranium, caused a hunch to be formed...<eerie sci-fi music here>...which further caused him to pull back the AK's and escorts to Exmouth. At 0'dark 30, Yamato showed up but battled to a draw with the PT boats, causing the death of 43,542 anchovies but no Allied casualties We set all the Beauforts at Exmouth to naval attack but Yamato and friends fred rike rittle chikens back home. Even better, PH is submarine Hell for JJ ships. A Dutch boat put one torp in her. It didn't seem to do much damage but maybe it will keep her out of the upcoming fight. Mediums and B-17's roughed up LYB ground troops at PH today. I am trying to keep the airfield completely pulverized to prevent the disaster of LYB fightrs coming back in.

Also in the area was a small SCTF centered around Isuzu. Both LYB taffys were attacked repeatedly by subs, the Yamato group no less than 4 times.

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/5/2012 4:04:04 PM   
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**********Dec 16, 1942(c)*************

Port Headrand: We spotted a LYB surface group moving SW toward PH. Mouse-over intel showed a BB, a CA and some DD's. Usually this proves to be a destroyer leader and some DD's but a random cosmic ray from Betelguese penetrated Admiral Lord PSrior's thick cranium, caused a hunch to be formed...<eerie sci-fi music here>...which further caused him to pull back the AK's and escorts to Exmouth. At 0'dark 30, Yamato showed up but battled to a draw with the PT boats, causing the death of 43,542 anchovies but no Allied casualties We set all the Beauforts at Exmouth to naval attack but Yamato and friends fred rike rittle chikens back home. Even better, PH is submarine Hell for JJ ships. A Dutch boat put one torp in her. It didn't seem to do much damage but maybe it will keep her out of the upcoming fight. Mediums and B-17's roughed up LYB ground troops at PH today. I am trying to keep the airfield completely pulverized to prevent the disaster of LYB fightrs coming back in.

So that is where the terrible idea to top pizzas with anchovies originated. I know the PH troops are hungry, but that is true desperation.
Good move on the AKs, your Lordship!

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/5/2012 4:09:47 PM   
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Here is the deal. The LYB's NEVER get into trouble for killing 5 figures worth of wildlife but let an Allied 81 mm round land within 1000 yds of a Booby nest and the Goddmaned SPCA is crawling up our alimetnary canal from the downstream end.

The whole wildlife damage routine is borked. It's just one more nod to the JFB's. I hope they fix it in the next update.

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/5/2012 4:28:42 PM   
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Also in the area was a small SCTF centered around Isuzu. Both LYB taffys were attacked repeatedly by subs, the Yamato group no less than 4 times.


The CL Isuzu can do 85 knots. It has range in excess of 30,000 miles. It has 36 6" guns and a crew of 4,000. She is the most fearsome weapon ever to be put to sea*.



*Trust me.






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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/5/2012 5:02:30 PM   
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Goddmaned SPCA


Is this the same organization that asked those God-amended questions before? God maned? Like something out of the Lion King? James Earl Jones' booming baritone voice from the heavens:

SIMBA....ERM....CAPTAIN MANDRAKE....BIDE THY DARWIN INVASION FORCE...

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/5/2012 6:23:26 PM   
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Admiral Lord SPrior's thick cranium


Yours would be too if you were 6'4 and served on HM Submarines.

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/5/2012 6:44:28 PM   
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Admiral Lord SPrior's thick cranium


Yours would be too if you were 6'4 and served on HM Submarines.


Well, there is your mistake. You should have kept growing AFTER you signed up...like this guy. They let him out of his duty AND he made dozens of millions in his off time.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Robinson_(basketball)

Personally, I think the Naval Academy fudged on his intitial physical.

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/5/2012 6:46:56 PM   
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The Admiral!

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/5/2012 6:52:14 PM   
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We didn't have that much space> I was 18 when I joined Galatea, no hoops but a parafin budgie flight deck was big enough for deck hockey:






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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/5/2012 6:55:10 PM   
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Here is the deal. The LYB's NEVER get into trouble for killing 5 figures worth of wildlife but let an Allied 81 mm round land within 1000 yds of a Booby nest and the Goddmaned SPCA is crawling up our alimetnary canal from the downstream end.

The whole wildlife damage routine is borked. It's just one more nod to the JFB's. I hope they fix it in the next update.


AND, I am sure there are vegans out there forming an SPCP after you reported the horrendous slaughter of taro plants in your SOPAC tiff. Combat fatigue has nothing on pesky intrevenors. Speaking of which - how is your HOA and your run at the presidency?

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/5/2012 7:00:27 PM   
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We didn't have that much space> I was 18 when I joined Galatea, no hoops but a parafin budgie flight deck was big enough for deck hockey:






Where are the 8 inch guns?

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/5/2012 7:05:27 PM   
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Retractable. Underwater 24in TTs. Note the AA mortars aft of the flight deck.




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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/5/2012 9:22:53 PM   
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Is there an expected end to the battle of Port Hedland? Just curious....

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/5/2012 10:07:39 PM   
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******************Bali Hai Dance Club, Perth, Dec 16, 1942(c)****************


Idi Amin Dada, Bartender For Life: Boss, how come one side no give up at Port Hedland?

Man in fine linen slacks: Why do you think they might not, Idi?

Idi Amin Dada, Bartender For Life: Pride?

Man in fine linen slacks: No, that's what they tell the soldiers, but it is not the real explanation.

Idi Amin Dada, Bartender For Life: Colonialsim?

Man in fine linen slacks: Oh, good Lord, Idi, no, that is so early 20th. Why deal with restive locals when you can just spread some lucre around and sign a contract? Yossarian, you crazy SOB, you want to take this one?

Hirsute man with drink: Scarcity, Idi, scarcity.

Man in fine linen slacks: PRECISELY! Both sides are intermittently starving to death.

Idi Amin Dada, Bartender For Life: That is terrible.

Hirsute man with drink: Not in Milo's world it isn't.

Man in fine linen slacks: You are both right. Starvation is good precisely because it is bad. It has a powerful ability to align incentives. Starvation is scarcity and the color of scarcity is....

Idi Amin Dada, Bartender For Life: Green?


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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/5/2012 10:18:22 PM   
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I bet he mixes a mean drink.

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/5/2012 10:36:48 PM   
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I bet he mixes a mean drink.


He is able to do that because of his self-declared "jack-muslim" status. There is some question on the whole aposty business but he did receive a 4.5 out of 5 from the other staff on his quarterly review. He also scored well on the "works well with others" question. On the comments section, one of the Tannanese girls described his as "grabby" but it is 1942 so there was no formal counseling with HR.


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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/5/2012 11:44:31 PM   
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I bet he mixes a mean drink.


He is able to do that because of his self-declared "jack-muslim" status. There is some question on the whole aposty business but he did receive a 4.5 out of 5 from the other staff on his quarterly review. He also scored well on the "works well with others" question. On the comments section, one of the Tannanese girls described his as "grabby" but it is 1942 so there was no formal counseling with HR.



M&M Enterprises I suspect would be intersted in his revenue per shift / oz of liquor poured. A fine balance with receiving tip revenue. Of course if he is keeping the revenue somehow from short-shotting that is a reason to terminate. Some other metrics for evaluating a bartender ...

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/6/2012 3:33:49 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Cap Mandrake

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ORIGINAL: CannonBait


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*********SE Tanna Is., July 20, 1942(c)***********


Sergeant of the Tannanese 1st Light Infantry with his stripes tattood onto his bare shoulders:
Good. Here why we have feast. <he pauses briefly to honor the cook with two quick toots of flatulence and a loud belch. This is quickly echoed by the other Tannanese in a call and response fashion much to the amusement of the Japan men. The level of skill is evident as the flatulence is delivered in 3 part harmony. The combination of a Spam and fresh fig diet is evident. When the air has cleared a bit, the Sargeant looks directly at his guests> Shinto crap religion. Cargo cult better. Ensign McGoo bring Spam...........


I had to actualy break down and register (or re-register, coulda sworn I'd set one up ... ) just to comment. Firstly, you're all incredibly sick, keep up the excellent work!


Welcome aboard Cannon. The notion of communicating by farting was "sampled" from Kurt Vonnegut...but he pretty much stole it from Aesop.

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Secondly is part statement, part question: Am I the only person that immediately got a 'mental image', to use the term loosly, of this sounding like "The Music Box" (may have name wrong, instrumental only (piano))?


No, I'm pretty sure you are the only one.


Wow, Cap, CannonBait sounds like an educated, sophisticated, intelligent gentleman who can appreciate subtlety and nuance.

What the heck is he doing here?

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/6/2012 3:39:47 AM   
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I bet he mixes a mean drink.

Speaking of drink I read in the local paper yesterday the in the new Bond movie 007 will be drinking a Heinekin rather than a martini as part of a product placement (ad) deal.

Is nothing sacred!

I'd boycott the movie if I didn't really enjoy them.

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/6/2012 4:03:12 AM   
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That really stirs me up..but I'll shake it off.

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/6/2012 4:28:40 PM   
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The short little India(Asian Indian) guy with the hot wife who was taller than he...the same guy who got rid of his Lambo because it scraped on the driveway when he went up the hill, trading it in for a Rolls with an ugly brown color that he drove 150 yds to put up balloons for his son's birthday party...you know...that guy. Well he moved out and the guy who bought his house is somehow involved in foreclosing on homes. The new guy told me with a cheery smile that the industry consultants say the real estate market won't even start to recover till 2014. It would appear he has discovered a vein of silver or gold in his back yard as he is headed off somewhere this morning to play. He has a brand new bus-type motor home with a massive deisel engine in his driveway AND a brand new Escalade with a trailer and a brand new Quadrunner and some crazy gasoline powered golf cart thingy with a roll cage. This one guy has more working vehicles than our boys at Port Hedrand.

He got his motor home stuck going up the driveway yesterday...the back end scraped and the rear wheels were at their limit of supension travel. Pocahantas Girl had to come out and help..I'm not sure how they got the thing off the shoals...I think she had her ex send out the Boys from Morelia who work at his RV sales business.


In any event, they are ready to go now, the Escalade motor (with custom mufflers...in other words..gone..and pimp wheels) has been running for an hour while he is screwing around with the electrical cables or EW jamming pod or something. Even the trailer is brand new with hydraulic supports and tailgate. I am not making this up. There isn't one vehicle that has a license plate yet. It's as if he just walked into a showroom and said "gimme one of those and one of those and one of these and..what else you got?"

Meanwhile I have to work tonight. That is the part that really ticks me off.

Don't get me wrong. I'm all for capitalism but...Madre de Dios...have a little class. It's the freakin' Clampets without a banjo.

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/6/2012 5:44:05 PM   
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Cap,
an observation... but you are starting to sound like a man in need of a new address.
a suggestion ... watching his face carefully, tell him you have a southern democrat in your wifes family - and he has almost the same Escalade!  (hehehe)
a realization... at work, you are helping people in your profession . . .not bleeding them dry!

If nothing else you have earned a libation for the days travails

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/6/2012 7:06:22 PM   
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That really stirs me up..but I'll shake it off.


Recuerdelo, Senor: Mas que tres sacudidas es puneta.

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/6/2012 7:09:35 PM   
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Well he moved out


Who cares? The only relevant question: did he take his hot wife with him?

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/6/2012 7:34:52 PM   
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Meanwhile I have to work tonight. That is the part that really ticks me off.

Hope you had a pleasant day at work, Dr. Mandrake. Or shall I just call you 'tax base', since most of your earnings will go into Federal, State and local coffers? No. That would depress you, oh earner.

Today's "Dr. Grumpy" oughta cheer you significantly.

Friday, April 6, 2012Oh yeah, that one

Dr. Grumpy: "Any major illnesses in your family?"

Mr. Vague: "My sister has that one disease, it makes you sick. You know which one I mean?"

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RE: Hearts and Minds - 4/6/2012 9:20:55 PM   
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Meanwhile I have to work tonight. That is the part that really ticks me off.

Hope you had a pleasant day at work, Dr. Mandrake. Or shall I just call you 'tax base', since most of your earnings will go into Federal, State and local coffers? No. That would depress you, oh earner.

Today's "Dr. Grumpy" oughta cheer you significantly.

Friday, April 6, 2012Oh yeah, that one

Dr. Grumpy: "Any major illnesses in your family?"

Mr. Vague: "My sister has that one disease, it makes you sick. You know which one I mean?"


Hmmmm I am not sure of Cptn Mandrakes speciality ... this is far better than a complaint of an ear ache that ends up in fast track ... that develops during the ED stay into a PE ....or difuse complaints of a depressed pt c/o about everything hurting... mostly muscles and joints and the CBC comes back with a Hgb 7 .. Guiac postive ...yes upper GI bleeder .. nothing in the CC/HPI to indicate to look for this

I will take the difficult CC/HPI everyday and use my psych interview skills ....as opposed to the above Maybe that is just me ...

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