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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/4/2012 3:02:12 PM   
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Pharmaceutical reps used to be about 80% female and displayed a non-random bias toward physical attractiveness when compared to the general population.

Due to the industry retrenchment, most of the younger ones got fired so they are beginning to look a lot more like the general population. Just as well. I banned them from my office so I could get work done.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/4/2012 6:13:10 PM   
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The countries we never bothered invading

The countries never invaded by the British:

Andorra

Belarus

Bolivia

Burundi

Central African Republic

Chad

Congo, Republic of

Guatemala

Ivory Coast

Kyrgyzstan

Liechtenstein

Luxembourg

Mali

Marshall Islands

Monaco

Mongolia

Paraguay

Sao Tome and Principe

Sweden

Tajikistan

Uzbekistan

Vatican City


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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/4/2012 7:23:55 PM   
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Let's see..did I miss anything?


Did the guitar make it?



**************22:45, Feb 15, 1943(c)**************


Gunner's Mate First Class Kowalski straddles a section of wooden hull. He takes one last look around the debris and then begins to paddle toward the nearest island. His paddle is a 1934 Gibson.



Night Time Surface Combat, near Sorong at 82,107, Range 8,000 Yards

Japanese Ships
CA Atago
CA Aoba
DD Kiyonami
DD Samidare

Allied Ships
SC-709, Shell hits 1, and is sunk



Improved night sighting under 89% moonlight
Maximum visibility in Partly Cloudy Conditions and 89% moonlight: 11,000 yards
CONTACT: Allied lookouts spot Japanese task force at 10,000 yards
Range closes to 8,000 yards...
CONTACT: Japanese lookouts spot Allied task force at 8,000 yards
Pugh, K.K. crosses the 'T'
CA Aoba engages SC-709 at 8,000 yards
CA Atago engages SC-709 at 8,000 yards
Range closes to 7,000 yards
CA Aoba engages SC-709 at 7,000 yards
SC-709 sunk by DD Kiyonami at 7,000 yards
Ijuin, Matsuji orders Japanese TF to disengage
Combat ends with last Allied ship sunk...





Hmm ... thus begins another mysterious cult ... ?

ETA: Could it be that the Gibbon apes just are a language deviation of "Gibson ape"? Something to ponder ...

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/4/2012 8:29:49 PM   
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The countries we never bothered invading

The countries never invaded by the British:

Andorra

Belarus

Bolivia

Burundi

Central African Republic

Chad

Congo, Republic of

Guatemala

Ivory Coast

Kyrgyzstan

Liechtenstein

Luxembourg

Mali

Marshall Islands

Monaco

Mongolia

Paraguay

Sao Tome and Principe

Sweden

Tajikistan

Uzbekistan

Vatican City


Just take Luxemburg off the list. This county was formerly a part od Austria_Hungrary and the HRE, which both were invaded by English. The same is true for Liechtenstein.
Burundi was a part of Imperial German East Africa and was of course invaded by the British while WW1. So don´t be so humble ;-)

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/4/2012 10:59:10 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Grollub

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ORIGINAL: Cap Mandrake

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ORIGINAL: Grollub


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ORIGINAL: Cap Mandrake

Let's see..did I miss anything?


Did the guitar make it?



**************22:45, Feb 15, 1943(c)**************


Gunner's Mate First Class Kowalski straddles a section of wooden hull. He takes one last look around the debris and then begins to paddle toward the nearest island. His paddle is a 1934 Gibson.



Night Time Surface Combat, near Sorong at 82,107, Range 8,000 Yards

Japanese Ships
CA Atago
CA Aoba
DD Kiyonami
DD Samidare

Allied Ships
SC-709, Shell hits 1, and is sunk



Improved night sighting under 89% moonlight
Maximum visibility in Partly Cloudy Conditions and 89% moonlight: 11,000 yards
CONTACT: Allied lookouts spot Japanese task force at 10,000 yards
Range closes to 8,000 yards...
CONTACT: Japanese lookouts spot Allied task force at 8,000 yards
Pugh, K.K. crosses the 'T'
CA Aoba engages SC-709 at 8,000 yards
CA Atago engages SC-709 at 8,000 yards
Range closes to 7,000 yards
CA Aoba engages SC-709 at 7,000 yards
SC-709 sunk by DD Kiyonami at 7,000 yards
Ijuin, Matsuji orders Japanese TF to disengage
Combat ends with last Allied ship sunk...





Hmm ... thus begins another mysterious cult ... ?

ETA: Could it be that the Gibbon apes just are a language deviation of "Gibson ape"? Something to ponder ...


Viking dude is right. Along those same lines, I wonder if perhaps a primitive Kuereg cappucino machine washed up along the shores of the Panamanian jungle to give rise to these guys:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capuchin_monkey

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/4/2012 11:01:00 PM   
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The countries never invaded by the British:


We've got to find you lot another hobby. Philately?

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/4/2012 11:48:00 PM   
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The countries never invaded by the British:


We've got to find you lot another hobby. Philately?

I always think of that one as a cross between Philandering and Flattulence, two of the more prominent male hobbies ...

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/5/2012 12:06:24 AM   
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The countries we never bothered invading

The countries never invaded by the British:

Andorra

Belarus

Bolivia

Burundi

Central African Republic

Chad

Congo, Republic of

Guatemala

Ivory Coast

Kyrgyzstan

Liechtenstein

Luxembourg

Mali

Marshall Islands

Monaco

Mongolia

Paraguay

Sao Tome and Principe

Sweden

Tajikistan

Uzbekistan

Vatican City


Just take Luxemburg off the list. This county was formerly a part od Austria_Hungrary and the HRE, which both were invaded by English. The same is true for Liechtenstein.
Burundi was a part of Imperial German East Africa and was of course invaded by the British while WW1. So don´t be so humble ;-)



Yes...and Sweden too. Once, as Britain in Diplomacy, I invaded Sweden. I hear Chad is pretty much a ****hole and the Central African Republic is so bad nobody ever came up with a name. I don't think you are missing much.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/5/2012 12:14:21 AM   
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“I gestured at my litre of fizzy red wine. “Want a drop of this?” I asked him.
No thanks. I try not to drink at lunchtime.”
So do I. But I never quite make it.”
I feel like **** all day if I drink at lunchtime.”
Me too. But I feel like **** all lunchtime if I don’t.”
Yes, well it all comes down to choices, doesn’t it?” he said. “It’s the same in the evenings. Do you want to feel good at night or do you want to feel good in the morning? It’s the same with life. Do you want to feel good young or do you want to feel good old? One or the other, not both.”
Isn’t it a tragedy?”
¯ Martin Amis, Money


Last night I chose feeling good at night. Then I had to get up at 5:30 and go to the conference. I regretted my choice.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/5/2012 7:32:33 AM   
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“I gestured at my litre of fizzy red wine. “Want a drop of this?” I asked him.


Fizzy? No thanks a drop of Cote Du Rhone will go down nicely though.

A DTS is for kids. Or if you're really hard core a pint of cider with an oggy in the civvy canteen in the forenoon standeasy. Sad to say I've done it a few times.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/5/2012 3:40:28 PM   
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“I gestured at my litre of fizzy red wine. “Want a drop of this?” I asked him.


Fizzy? No thanks a drop of Cote Du Rhone will go down nicely though.

A DTS is for kids. Or if you're really hard core a pint of cider with an oggy in the civvy canteen in the forenoon standeasy. Sad to say I've done it a few times.



Well, we didn't really have fizzy red wine either. We had some "margaritas" with Sauza, lime juice, Agave nectar and a little bit of apple cider. I know it sounds kinda sissy but they were good. That did most of the damage, I suspect. Then we had two Cabs for dinner (Rodney Strong and Coppola). Both were really good.

French wine costs too much here thanks to the Fed and QE1-3. Lots of superb California wines though, especially the Cabernets.

That transport taffy loading at Perth got bolloxed up again and was loading suppries with the troop still on the dock. I switched them to onload again.

RN fast BB's headed for Diego (Garcia, not the saint)

Aus 7 Div arriving Perth 2-3 d with an escort carrier.

Sent another pre-war USN BB to South Africa for dent removal.

Resolution ready at Pearl in about 2 weeks.

Yorktown is 41 days out. I am doing the AA suite upgrades on her escorts. Also putting in a nice water slide on C deck.

One of your Adjective carriers just arrived Panama. Looks like off map to South Africa and thence to Ceylon is the best??

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/5/2012 3:49:13 PM   
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*********Observations*********


I suspect JJ will not be happy with the fruits of their raid on Sorong. They sunk 2 APD's and made Mrs. Rodriguez very sad but they didnt touch the transports. 2 USN DD's were dinged up.

One of their CA's (Atago I think) took 3 500 lb bmb hits and some 5 in. gunfire. They also had a DD dinged up pretty good.

Lots of transport activity in Mindanao and Cebu and places like that. Either they are reinforcing or bugging out. Mindanao is too far from Ternate for a para assault. Looks like I'll have to take Tai-elanden and then build up to level 2. Maybe Djanges in SW Mindano is ungarrisoned and I can send in APD's with a Marine Raider Bn.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/5/2012 3:51:12 PM   
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One of your Adjective carriers just arrived Panama. Looks like off map to South Africa and thence to Ceylon is the best??


By ra way, is this true? What is the fastest way to get a carrier form Panama to Ceylon? (The Med is not open yet)

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/5/2012 4:41:52 PM   
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One of your Adjective carriers just arrived Panama. Looks like off map to South Africa and thence to Ceylon is the best??


By ra way, is this true? What is the fastest way to get a carrier form Panama to Ceylon? (The Med is not open yet)


Are we assuming that you haven't read the manual?

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/5/2012 5:19:30 PM   
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One of your Adjective carriers just arrived Panama. Looks like off map to South Africa and thence to Ceylon is the best??


By ra way, is this true? What is the fastest way to get a carrier form Panama to Ceylon? (The Med is not open yet)


Are we assuming that you haven't read the manual?


Yes, yes, asume away. It sure SEEMS like it should be shorter...the Atlantic being smaller than the Pacific and all..but one still has to drive around Africa. Also there is the business of avoiding detection and subs....and not acquiring system damage.

I just wish somebody would have asked before they sent her to Panama without escorts. Where did she come from? Gibraltar? An Eastern US yard?

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/5/2012 5:27:36 PM   
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Until we get photographic evidence of "Pocohantas Girl"'s Halloween outfit, sir, I must remind you that your library privileges have expired.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/5/2012 6:05:04 PM   
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Until we get photographic evidence of "Pocohantas Girl"'s Halloween outfit, sir, I must remind you that your library privileges have expired.



I am NOT going to post pictures of my neighbor's bare arse.

A) It would be unethical to do so without permission

B) Her ex husband works out.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/5/2012 6:05:46 PM   
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I'll figure it out myself.






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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/5/2012 6:08:22 PM   
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+ Cape Town to colombo = 10,840 nm




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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/5/2012 6:35:24 PM   
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Not even close Panama to Perth is 9,400 by itself and then we have to take a wide detour in the IO.




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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/5/2012 9:11:17 PM   
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I just wish somebody would have asked before they sent her to Panama without escorts. Where did she come from? Gibraltar? An Eastern US yard?


Here you go:

In late December 1942, Victorious was loaned to the US Navy after an American plea for carrier reinforcement. During this time, she was code named (but not renamed) as USS Robin for signals purposes (derived from the character "Robin Hood".) After a refit in the United States at the Norfolk Navy Yard in January 1943, Victorious passed through the Panama Canal to operate with the United States forces in the Pacific.


Victorious arrived at Pearl Harbor in March 1943 and was taken in hand for conversion for the operation of USN Wildcat and Avenger aircraft and the addition of more close range weaponry. She was ready for service by May and sailed with USS Saratoga for the south-west Pacific. Her role with Task Group 36.3 was to support US landing operations and provide defence against attacks by Japanese warships. The two aircraft carriers had Anglo-American aircrews, with air-cover provided by Victorious and strike aircraft by Saratoga. In August, 1943, Victorious and Saratoga provided air support for Allied forces during the invasion of New Georgia (Operation Cartwheel). In September 1943, Victorious returned to the naval base at Scapa Flow, arriving in mid-October.





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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/5/2012 9:15:03 PM   
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I'll be damned. I never knew that.

OK...I'm sending her to South Africa with 3 DD's. Maybe that small surface group at Exmouth can join her there?

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/5/2012 9:19:16 PM   
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Looks like a major banyan going on there.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/5/2012 9:20:13 PM   
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OK...I'm sending her to South Africa with 3 DD's. Maybe that small surface group at Exmouth can join her there?


That works.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/5/2012 10:25:55 PM   
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Until we get photographic evidence of "Pocohantas Girl"'s Halloween outfit, sir, I must remind you that your library privileges have expired.



I am NOT going to post pictures of my neighbor's bare arse.

A) It would be unethical to do so without permission

B) Her ex husband works out.

We want to see the upper works, to evaluate the quality of the job. Drapes in place, of course.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/6/2012 12:21:25 AM   
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I just wish somebody would have asked before they sent her to Panama without escorts. Where did she come from? Gibraltar? An Eastern US yard?


Here you go:

In late December 1942, Victorious was loaned to the US Navy after an American plea for carrier reinforcement. During this time, she was code named (but not renamed) as USS Robin for signals purposes (derived from the character "Robin Hood".) After a refit in the United States at the Norfolk Navy Yard in January 1943, Victorious passed through the Panama Canal to operate with the United States forces in the Pacific.


Victorious arrived at Pearl Harbor in March 1943 and was taken in hand for conversion for the operation of USN Wildcat and Avenger aircraft and the addition of more close range weaponry. She was ready for service by May and sailed with USS Saratoga for the south-west Pacific. Her role with Task Group 36.3 was to support US landing operations and provide defence against attacks by Japanese warships. The two aircraft carriers had Anglo-American aircrews, with air-cover provided by Victorious and strike aircraft by Saratoga. In August, 1943, Victorious and Saratoga provided air support for Allied forces during the invasion of New Georgia (Operation Cartwheel). In September 1943, Victorious returned to the naval base at Scapa Flow, arriving in mid-October.



sprior - Were the merry men allowed to keep their longbow AA weapons [intended for use against the Japanese " rice paper airplanes"] after the refits?

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/6/2012 2:07:29 AM   
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Until we get photographic evidence of "Pocohantas Girl"'s Halloween outfit, sir, I must remind you that your library privileges have expired.


Photographic or pornographic?

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/6/2012 1:51:09 PM   
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Well, Cap'n, the first post on this excellent "World's Worst" AAR was posted in January 2010. Very nearly 3 years ago! Hard to imagine...

I'm sure that your AAR will take more than another year to finish, perhaps as many as 7 years in total at this pace. In any case, I wanted to thank you for your contributions to our sanity by wishing you another "Four more years!" of happy returns.

All together now:

Four more years!
Four more years!
Four more years!





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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/6/2012 3:18:44 PM   
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3 turns a week (optimistically)..do the math. It looked for a bit like JJ were in the doldroms (D-126), but they seem to be fighting back and/or readjusting their line of defense.

We will just have to be more aggressive.

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RE: Robusto Havana - 11/6/2012 3:21:56 PM   
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**********************Feb 17, 1943(c)********************

Once a transport group is spotted and direction known, the East China Sea is a dangerous place


Sub attack near Iriomote at 91,62

Japanese Ships
xAKL Yagi Maru, Torpedo hits 1, heavy damage
xAKL Hachirogata Maru
xAKL Tonegawa Maru
PB Shintohoku Maru

Allied Ships
SS Sawfish

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Sub attack near Iriomote at 91,62

Japanese Ships
xAKL Hachirogata Maru, Torpedo hits 1, on fire, heavy damage
xAKL Tonegawa Maru
PB Shintohoku Maru

Allied Ships
SS Peto

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