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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/14/2013 4:15:52 PM   
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No I was an adult already and thought a Megavolt pantie would be extremly cool. Infact I still think that

All women I asked say he has a very determined face, especially his mouth but puppy/sad eyes indeed. Men Said otherwise, comparable to this steel eyes thingi. (Nagumo, not Megavolt)

Very interesting.


My SO said :determined, resolute with a slightly haunted look in the eyes. She said definitely no puppy or sadness.

I think his eyes have some sadness in them like he's seen way too much horror. Overall he looks like a very tough and resolute commander. Someone who demands 110% every minute.

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If every man on the planet would say :
Steel eyes

And every woman on the planet:
Sad eyes

We would have discovered a scientific miracle here and Nagumos face would be all over the media in a few weeks and it will be called the


NAGUMO EFFECT


But you had to destroy that dream :(


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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/14/2013 4:37:38 PM   
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No worries, Grafin, you still have the Megavolt panty dream to carry you through.

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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/14/2013 9:04:02 PM   
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Via Tracker, here is a partial list of highest Air rated leaders for Japanese CV TFs.




Weighing everything, I'd have to go with Yamaguchi first, Nagumo might end up third but you can't not use that guy.

I know the Japanese have a problem coming up with enough escorts for their CVs, but I hate putting all my eggs in one basket. If there's any possible and reasonable way split the KB in to two TFs, one following the other and use both Y and N, put the appropriate one in charge of the lead TF based upon aggression perhaps, and you're good to go.

Put Hirata in charge of a BB escort, he looks fabulous.

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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/14/2013 9:28:46 PM   
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Oh, and the tracker chart is missing someone, I think his name starts with the letter Z or something. I'd have to rate him as an adequate (though combative) and aggressive officer best suited to command a rear area.

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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/14/2013 9:31:48 PM   
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No worries, Grafin, you still have the Megavolt panty dream to carry you through.





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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/14/2013 9:41:45 PM   
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I am pretty sure talking about panties is against forum rules.

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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/14/2013 9:51:19 PM   
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I am pretty certain that does not involved rigged panties.

Megavolt panties are rigged for sure.

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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/14/2013 9:51:34 PM   
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I am pretty sure talking about panties is against forum rules.
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What about French Knickers?

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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/14/2013 9:51:58 PM   
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I am pretty sure talking about panties is against forum rules.



No, but posting photos of yourself wearing them is...

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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/14/2013 9:55:00 PM   
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How many Victory Points Cpt Mandrake would get when wearing Megavolt pants?

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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/14/2013 10:12:41 PM   
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When playing AE I switch to period BVD's I get at the Army/Navy store. They are quite the bargain if you don't mind the stretched out elastic.


Of course, if it's a comman<.....DELETED......>


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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/14/2013 10:20:45 PM   
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How many Victory Points Cpt Mandrake would get when wearing Megavolt pants?


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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/14/2013 10:42:41 PM   
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I am pretty sure talking about panties is against forum rules.


Are you going to fight about them?

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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/14/2013 10:52:10 PM   
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If every man on the planet would say :
Steel eyes

And every woman on the planet:
Sad eyes

We would have discovered a scientific miracle here and Nagumos face would be all over the media in a few weeks and it will be called the


NAGUMO EFFECT


But you had to destroy that dream :(



As my SO has pointed out many times, there is no such as anything universal among people. She is an outlier in many areas.

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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/14/2013 11:35:19 PM   
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Can I retake my statement about Megavolt panties ?

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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/14/2013 11:44:07 PM   
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Can I retake my statement about Megavolt panties ?


No...

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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/14/2013 11:50:48 PM   
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Can I retake my statement about Megavolt panties ?

I heard nothing... nothing!

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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/14/2013 11:55:25 PM   
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Can I retake my statement about Megavolt panties ?
warspite1

...or perhaps we could have a new topic, following on from your brave lead Grafin:

When I play Wargames I like to wear the following under vetements.......

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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/15/2013 12:04:17 AM   
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Can I retake my statement about Megavolt panties ?
warspite1


When I play Wargames I like to wear the following under vetements.......


Me dont wanna hear




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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/15/2013 12:07:04 AM   
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LOL... it makes me think of ChezDaJez writing back "TMI!! TMI!!!" when I accompanied a PBEM game turn with the note "I'm getting some nice Juggs these days" after my first P47D25 sweep slaughtered his defending fighters.

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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/15/2013 1:07:58 AM   
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LOL... it makes me think of ChezDaJez writing back "TMI!! TMI!!!" when I accompanied a PBEM game turn with the note "I'm getting some nice Juggs these days" after my first P47D25 sweep slaughtered his defending fighters.


Hey, it could have been worse. Some of my old group would have asked for pics to a statement like that, just to see if you'd do it or not.

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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/15/2013 3:40:37 AM   
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Can I retake my statement about Megavolt panties ?
warspite1


When I play Wargames I like to wear the following under vetements.......


Me dont wanna hear





Hey, you started the "pants" thing!

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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/15/2013 4:17:19 AM   
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I regret doing that

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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/15/2013 9:34:12 AM   
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No regrets. T'is war.

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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/15/2013 8:40:53 PM   
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My girlfriend got me underwear with "Exit Only" and assorted traffic sign in back... Now, about only time I could wear those is when playing AE...

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RE: Is Nagumo defective? - 3/16/2013 10:49:33 AM   
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Maybe the OP is on the right track .... rigged ... perhaps Nagumo was distracted thinking about adding sails to the ships in the TF ?

To increase the speed of the carriers ... all you'd have to do is put all the planes on deck facing astern and start their engines ... they'd blow air towards the bow where the sails would be mounted



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