Keeping the blogosphere posted on the goings on of the world of submarines since late 2004... and mocking and belittling general foolishness wherever it may be found. Idaho's first and foremost submarine blog. (If you don't like something on this blog, please E-mail me; don't call me at home.)

Monday, September 12, 2005

Once Around The 'Net

Some things I saw surfing the 'net this weekend (between football games):

--PigBoatSailor has been very productive this week at The Discomfort of Thought; check out his description of some really "crappy" duty days.

--This is one of the weirdest optical illusions I've ever seen.

--Check out the "Autorantic Virtual Moonbat" over at Damian G's blog (near the bottom of the page.)

--Glenn Reynolds asks a reasonable question.

--M. Simon at Power and Control is celebrating his first blogiversary.

--And lastly, the guys at the Greeneville Underground Newsletter continue being "happy Sailors"... [Bad word warning!]

Going deep...


Anonymous Anonymous said...

re: Greeneville
Is this an example of a boat making its own luck? Someone needs to screw some heads back on straight.

9/12/2005 8:28 AM

Blogger Bubblehead said...

Every boat has these guys... (OK, maybe not every boat; I had bitching nukes on Connecticut, but not Jimmy Carter); these ones are just more organized than most.

9/12/2005 8:30 AM

Blogger PigBoatSailor said...


Nukes are a special breed. When you put a bunch of very intelligent, highly trained guys into a very structured, sometimes oppressively so, environment, bitterness to varying degrees will be generated. Because, of course, everyone knows a better way to make things happen. The Nuke B*tch Book is a great way to blow off steam without getting confrontational at work.

And it is frequently amusing as all get out, too ;-)

9/12/2005 10:11 AM

Blogger Greeneville Affiliate said...

I agree some heads need to be screwed back on strait...if by that you mean that the upper chain of the "good ship" greeneville should be feathered and tarred.

9/28/2005 12:32 AM


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