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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/7/2012 10:42:17 PM   
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I was at the convention in North Carolina.

I had to share a room (budget constraints) with Mayor Villaraigosa. Hory crap! You would not believe how long that guy spends on his hair. Annoying really.

In the end, I felt sorry for the poor bastard after that embarrassing floor vote disaster. He took it hard. I had to go downstairs and get him an old Marty Robins CD and a bottle of Patron.

He knew his career was shot. Bastard musta listened to El Paso 15 times straight. Not much left of the Patron, either.


When I came back upstairs he had his face in the waste bin.


Me: That is some serious bottle fatigue there, amigo!

Antonio: baaaaaahhhhh! Felina. Felina. Whirl Felina.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/7/2012 10:47:29 PM   
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Not counting the trip to North Carolina, I have worked 11 of the last 12 days. The baaaahsterds are killing me.


I got an email from somebody called Endpoint Encryption Support.



I'm not exactly sure what that is but I suspect it is why it takes 10 seonds between mouse clicks now. We are going to a McAfee encryption system. We used to use the one the CIA uses but it didn't meet new federal guidelines.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/7/2012 11:54:07 PM   
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Not counting the trip to North Carolina, I have worked 11 of the last 12 days. The baaaahsterds are killing me.



Just hang on a little longer, Cap'n! As soon as a certain national health care program rolls into effect in 2014, all your worries will be solved! Yessiree-the sprites from gumdrop lane will sprinkle pixie dust from their unicorn mounts, flying briskly through the rainbow-colored skies.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/8/2012 1:17:50 AM   
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Yeah! I vote we replace ObamaCare with CaptainCare!

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/8/2012 1:21:13 AM   
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Here is the good news. When I work for the governement I won't have to pretend to be nice any more.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/8/2012 4:47:26 PM   
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deleted do to content: religion, politics and drugs.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/8/2012 6:51:48 PM   
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Drugs? Who said anything about drugs?

Patron is not a drug amigo. It's more of a dietary supplement. Organic too.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/8/2012 7:01:03 PM   
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Good news. Yorktown only has 20% flotation damage. Maybe she can be ready for Sumatra.

Two fast BB's have left Los Angeles after repairs and are bound for the Sundas.

Washington will support a landing at Sorong with one USMC Regt and a Bn of tanks. This may not be enough for Sorong but it should be enough to defeat a counterattack from the garrison. A Bn of combat engineers is also headed there from Sydney. The CVE's will also support the landing at Sorong, but It is dangerous for the CVE's to go too far North without the CV's, lest Jap carriers show up.

I will have to work something else out to get troops ashore on Sulawese. Perhaps LRCAP from Ternate and landing craft only.

All the B-24's are going after Koepang today. P-38's will sweep from Bathurst. I am getting tired of the damn Tojos there. I wonder if they are flying in from Waingapu?

Repulse and Pow headed to Sydney as are the CV's. Aus 6, 7th Div and Br 18th all on their way aroudn Oz

Recon B-24's at Saumalaki are reaching out all over the area. Palau was reconned yesterday (25 fighters). Another 25 fighters in Southern Borneo

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/8/2012 8:49:00 PM   
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The portion of the messeage deleted referring to drugs dealt with a left wing plan to open the Burma road. At the time of the post it seemed so simple. Just drop 1,ooo cartons of Rucky Rikes rilled with hydrocannobolism () and scar'em to death.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/8/2012 9:12:56 PM   
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hydrocannobolism


Hydrocannobolism? Isn't that what happens to shipwreck survivors in life rafts when their mates get hungry?

Perhaps you meant tetrahydrocannabinol? Yes-that would be a far easier sell to troops on the march.

But you've reminded me of the joke about two cannibals eating a clown...oh, forget it-you've surely heard that one...

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/8/2012 10:09:19 PM   
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quote:

Perhaps you meant tetrahydrocannabinol? Yes-that would be a far easier sell to troops on the march


The problem is they will not be marching for very long and certainly not in the mood for a fight .. dopaminergic neuron agoninst is the Rx for getting troops itching for a fight ...

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/8/2012 10:36:09 PM   
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Damn it! Tell me of the clowns.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/8/2012 11:45:14 PM   
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i demand to know the fate of the Wren detachment!
such heroism canot be ignored!

please, pretty please then?

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/9/2012 1:01:55 AM   
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But you've reminded me of the joke about two cannibals eating a clown...oh, forget it-you've surely heard that one...


Unfortunately, yes (sez the Apprentice Master-Punster).

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/9/2012 2:23:45 AM   
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i demand to know the fate of the Wren detachment!
such heroism canot be ignored!

please, pretty please then?

Haven't you been paying attention? The Japanese abandoned their attack and then some cannibals canoed in and found that clown ...

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/9/2012 4:34:42 PM   
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*****************Nauru Island, 08:20, Feb 2, 1943(c)*****************



The guano and palm trunk bunker is severely damaged but still standing. It is ringed by 2 reinforced companies of Naval Guard in improved postions, some as close as 50 yds from the bunker. Dozens of litter cases are being carried to the rear.

Well tanned IJN officer wtih slightly greying temples, in trench: Mistah Tomkins, come out, prease.

Maj. Reginald Tomkins, CO, and last surviving member of Wren Engineering Detachment: That is Major to you, slant eyes, and I shant give up.

Well tanned IJN officer wtih slightly greying temples, in trench: No, not give up. I have propositon. Miro send me.

Maj. Reginald Tomkins, CO, and last surviving member of Wren Engineering Detachment: Did you say "Miro"?

Well tanned IJN officer wtih slightly greying temples, in trench: No, not "Miro", Miro.

Maj. Reginald Tomkins, CO, and last surviving member of Wren Engineering Detachment: Do you mean Milo Minderbinder?

Well tanned IJN officer wtih slightly greying temples, in trench: Hai, thata him. Rike I say, Miro.

Maj. Reginald Tomkins, CO, and last surviving member of Wren Engineering Detachment: Say, this is not a golf course opportunity is it?

Well tanned IJN officer wtih slightly greying temples, in trench: No, thata so 1942.

Maj. Reginald Tomkins, CO, and last surviving member of Wren Engineering Detachment: Very well. Advance for parlay without your weapon.

Well tanned IJN officer wtih slightly greying temples, in trench: Dida you say "parray"?.......

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/9/2012 4:39:38 PM   
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************Feb. 3 ,1943(c)***********

Koepang: JJ pick rousy time to reinforce Koepang. First the P-38's sweep in from Bathurst.

Morning Air attack on Koepang , at 68,116

Weather in hex: Clear sky

Raid detected at 45 NM, estimated altitude 36,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 9 minutes

Japanese aircraft
A6M2 Zero x 1
Ki-61-Ia Tony x 15



Allied aircraft
P-38G Lightning x 25


Japanese aircraft losses
A6M2 Zero: 1 destroyed
Ki-61-Ia Tony: 3 destroyed

No Allied losses



Aircraft Attacking:
20 x P-38G Lightning sweeping at 31000 feet


Then, an absolutely devasting raid by the heavies from Darwin. We catch the apparently immortal Oi being pumped out.

Morning Air attack on Koepang , at 68,116

Weather in hex: Clear sky

Raid detected at 40 NM, estimated altitude 13,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 13 minutes

Japanese aircraft
Ki-61-Ia Tony x 3



Allied aircraft
B-17F Fortress x 6
B-24D Liberator x 65


Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-61-Ia Tony: 3 damaged
Ki-61-Ia Tony: 5 destroyed on ground
A6M2 Zero: 21 destroyed on ground
D3A2 Val: 7 destroyed on ground
L3Y2 Tina: 1 destroyed on ground

Allied aircraft losses
B-17F Fortress: 1 damaged
B-24D Liberator: 1 destroyed

Japanese Ships
CL Oi, Bomb hits 3, heavy fires, heavy damage
xAK Hokuzyu Maru, Bomb hits 1, on fire

Japanese ground losses:
27 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 3 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled



Airbase hits 18
Airbase supply hits 5
Runway hits 54
Port hits 2
Port fuel hits 2
Port supply hits 1


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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/9/2012 4:45:58 PM   
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****************Bridge of Oi, secured dockside, Koepang, 09:20, Feb. 3 , 1943(c)****************


Captain Saul Higashi: <an air raid siren sounds. The Captain looks skyward to see dozens of enemy four engine bombers droning right toward him. He sets down his lox> Oi vey!

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/9/2012 4:50:27 PM   
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Orchid Island. I dont know where it is but it just screams out for a golf course resort. Who wouldn't want to visit there, eh? Sounds wonderful. The men of Itukusima Maru, that's who.



Sub attack near Orchid Island at 87,68

Japanese Ships
TK Itukusima Maru, Torpedo hits 3, on fire, heavy damage
PB Kakyu Maru

Allied Ships
SS Drum




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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/9/2012 5:11:47 PM   
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Burma: Another small sweep over Myitkynia.

Morning Air attack on Myitkyina , at 64,42

Weather in hex: Light rain

Raid detected at 35 NM, estimated altitude 23,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 8 minutes

Japanese aircraft
Ki-44-IIa Tojo x 4



Allied aircraft
Hurricane IIc Trop x 8


Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-44-IIa Tojo: 1 destroyed

Allied aircraft losses
Hurricane IIc Trop: 1 destroyed


Raid and counter raid over 14 Brigade at Katha

Morning Air attack on 1st Tank Division, at 61,43 (Katha)

Weather in hex: Light rain

Raid spotted at 17 NM, estimated altitude 13,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 4 minutes

Japanese aircraft
A6M2 Zero x 12
Ki-44-IIa Tojo x 11



Allied aircraft
Hurricane IIb Trop x 4
DB-7B x 6
P-40K Warhawk x 21


Japanese aircraft losses
A6M2 Zero: 1 destroyed
Ki-44-IIa Tojo: 1 destroyed

Allied aircraft losses
DB-7B: 1 destroyed, 2 damaged
P-40K Warhawk: 2 destroyed


JJ semnds in some Sarrys with the "bunker buster" 50 lb bombs. Not that it was needed.


Morning Air attack on 14th British Brigade, at 61,43 (Katha)

Weather in hex: Light rain

Raid spotted at 16 NM, estimated altitude 5,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 5 minutes

Japanese aircraft
Ki-44-IIa Tojo x 7
Ki-51 Sonia x 29



No Japanese losses



Aircraft Attacking:
29 x Ki-51 Sonia bombing from 4000 feet
Ground Attack: 4 x 50 kg GP Bomb


And the RAF boys from the coast.

Morning Air attack on 1st Tank Division, at 61,43 (Katha)

Weather in hex: Light rain

Raid spotted at 17 NM, estimated altitude 16,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 6 minutes

Japanese aircraft
A6M2 Zero x 7
Ki-44-IIa Tojo x 9



Allied aircraft
Hurricane IIc Trop x 18
Liberator II x 20
Wellington Ic x 12
P-40K Warhawk x 17


Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-44-IIa Tojo: 2 destroyed

Allied aircraft losses
Liberator II: 1 damaged
Wellington Ic: 2 destroyed, 1 damaged

Japanese ground losses:
5 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 3 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/9/2012 5:14:31 PM   
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Then the ground attack. I fear 14 Brigade somehow had its route of advance/retreat cut. They will soon be building railways in Burma.

Ground combat at Katha (61,43)

Japanese Shock attack

Attacking force 11370 troops, 157 guns, 668 vehicles, Assault Value = 487

Defending force 1745 troops, 37 guns, 18 vehicles, Assault Value = 6

Japanese adjusted assault: 371

Allied adjusted defense: 1

Japanese assault odds: 371 to 1

Combat modifiers
Defender: terrain(+), leaders(+), disruption(-), preparation(-)
fatigue(-), supply(-)
Attacker: shock(+), disruption(-)


Allied ground losses:
1848 casualties reported
Squads: 60 destroyed, 0 disabled
Non Combat: 147 destroyed, 0 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Guns lost 42 (42 destroyed, 0 disabled)
Vehicles lost 13 (13 destroyed, 0 disabled)
Units destroyed 1


Assaulting units:
14th Tank Regiment
1st Tank Division
143rd Infantry Regiment

Defending units:
14th British Brigade


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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/9/2012 5:26:16 PM   
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*************Heron's Nest, Ocean Island, Feb 3, 1943(c)**************


A bunker constructed of reinfocred concerte is surrounded by communication trenches in the coral sand.


Lt. Commander Ota, 86th Naval Guard: <shouting> We hava 756 men. You hava one. Give up and rive!

Major William M. Thackery, CO and sole survivor of Heron Detchement: Look, I realize one doesn't give away one's bottom line during a negotiation but that simply isn't going to work for me. We can do this the easy way or the hard way. Be a good chap and bring along Catain Ito and I will hold my fire.

Lt. Commander Ota, 86th Naval Guard: <quietly> Godda damnit!

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/9/2012 6:04:42 PM   
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Stalker Girl dragged to me to a pot luck last night thrown by one of her team that is doing an electronic record "build" for her hospital. The team is almost all nursing directors. I was assured there would be guys there too. There weren't. They only guy there was the husband of the hostess and he had the sense to hide in his garage working on his cars.

Santa Maria! That was truly painful. There is something about the personality of nursing directors that drives me nuts. I'm not quite sure what it is. I try to keep an open mind but it just doesn't work. There is the not uncommon bull dyke who hates men, of course, but the the butchest one there last night was the least annoying. I think part of it is the undercurrent of resentment toward doctors. One can only take so much incoming fire before responding. Many times I have had to stop myself from saying, "Look, I didn't TELL you to go into nursing, did I?"

It's not just that women annoy me either, because I enjoy talking to female docs. I suppose a seriously attractive nursing director would soften things a bit, but do to their senority, if they ever were, they aren't any more. Oh, wait, I suppose that sounded sexist didn't it? Oh well, too late.

It just occurred to me that scrupulous rule-following and endless protocols is a universal feature of nursing directors. I suppose the same reason why I could never bring myself to read the AE rules is why I can't stand 99% of "them". It also occurs to me the author of MASH got it EXACTLY right.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/9/2012 6:22:38 PM   
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Next time, your story is that you had to follow the host to the garage "to help him lift something heavy."

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/9/2012 7:16:17 PM   
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or kill a bug......or actually fix something on a car.

Easily the most mystified look on the planet is that of a human female looking under the hood on a car.  You can see a picture of "that look" by looking up the word "clueless" in the dictionary.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/9/2012 7:52:44 PM   
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There was just no way out. I goofed around with their dogs for a bit and then went out to talk to the horses. Then, shortly before my head was destined to explode, I pretended to give SG a neck massage and did the amateur ventriloquist thing, saying quietly, "Get me the **** out of here"

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/9/2012 8:04:40 PM   
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I took so much psychic energy out of me, I got home at 8:40, picked up Neptune's Inferno right where USS Laffey emerges from fog or smoke in the 3rd Naval battle of Guadalacanal and finds herself on a collision course with Hiei, bearing down on her 1200 from yds away. They manually fire their torps and open up with even the 20 mm. Wounding the Japanese TF commander and ships' captain, they ring up flank speed, making 40 kts, starting to pull away to safety.....intensely exciting action, well written....and then I couldn't keep my eyes open. I had used up all my neurotramsmitters trying not to make a politically disastrous utterance.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/9/2012 8:06:32 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Cap Mandrake

Stalker Girl dragged to me to a pot luck last night thrown by one of her team that is doing an electronic record "build" for her hospital. The team is almost all nursing directors. I was assured there would be guys there too. There weren't. They only guy there was the husband of the hostess and he had the sense to hide in his garage working on his cars.

Santa Maria! That was truly painful. There is something about the personality of nursing directors that drives me nuts. I'm not quite sure what it is. I try to keep an open mind but it just doesn't work. There is the not uncommon bull dyke who hates men, of course, but the the butchest one there last night was the least annoying. I think part of it is the undercurrent of resentment toward doctors. One can only take so much incoming fire before responding. Many times I have had to stop myself from saying, "Look, I didn't TELL you to go into nursing, did I?"

It's not just that women annoy me either, because I enjoy talking to female docs. I suppose a seriously attractive nursing director would soften things a bit, but do to their senority, if they ever were, they aren't any more. Oh, wait, I suppose that sounded sexist didn't it? Oh well, too late.

It just occurred to me that scrupulous rule-following and endless protocols is a universal feature of nursing directors. I suppose the same reason why I could never bring myself to read the AE rules is why I can't stand 99% of "them". It also occurs to me the author of MASH got it EXACTLY right.




In nursing school I studied all the major nurse theorist .. all of meta-theorist beat the actuary tables If you want to live a long time .. be a nusing theorist .. it seems your observations are that nursing directors comes in a close second ....

The undercurrent in burned out nursing mantra is not only Doctors, but I would contend providers .... I get a lot of stuff from what is supposed to be allies on the same side sharing the same philosophy, but actually I get much more gumpf from nurses ...

There is hope out there Cap ... I am finding working with IPE-CP teams lots more diversity in thinking, and attractiveness

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/9/2012 8:15:38 PM   
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Yes, EXACTLY, how about everyone work together to help the patient? It seems pretty obvious doesnt it?

There are doers and there are rule makers. Seldom will the rule makers be held in high esteem by the doers.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 9/10/2012 7:24:52 AM   
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Oh thank you!

many giggles

Long live the wren detachmant!

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