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.)

Sunday, January 22, 2006

Housekeeping Items

Did some quick housekeeping of the blogroll tonight -- moved Hamilton's Pamphlets out of the "Inactive Submarine Blogs" section (since Alexander's back to posting -- hooray!) and put Villainous Company back under "My Favorites" since Cassandra started posting again.

Haven't had a chance to do much else, since I've been busy reading CDR Salamander's discussion of "Afghanistan's NATO problem". I just wish that I could contribute some of what I learned when working at CENTCOM, but those darned classification issues keep getting in the way. I can tell you, though, that no one in the shop I was working in was sorry to see the Spaniards leave Iraq...

Note to Alexander: I'm sorry your Seahawks are going to get beaten so badly by the Panthers today...

7 Comments:

Blogger Alexander said...

Don't count your panthers before the final whistle. Seahawks by 10...

1/22/2006 12:45 AM

 
Blogger ninme said...

I'm watching too, guys!

1/22/2006 5:33 PM

 
Blogger Bubblehead said...

Well, it's certainly looking good for the Seahawks at halftime...

1/22/2006 6:09 PM

 
Blogger ninme said...

Oh, burrrrrn!

1/22/2006 8:01 PM

 
Blogger Alexander said...

Did I say Seahawks by 10? What I really meant was Seahawks by 20...And you know what could make it even worse, BOTH my subs were Boomers!!

1/22/2006 10:57 PM

 
Blogger Bubblehead said...

I thought the Panthers gave a most excellent account of themselves and... who am I kidding. The Seahawks kicked their butts, and looked good doing it. My son's still going to wear his Panther's jersey to school tomorrow... and ruthlessly out any recently-converted Seahawks fans as "bandwagoners". (Plus, he'll claim Paul Allen hacked into the Panther's playbook...)

1/22/2006 11:14 PM

 
Blogger Chap said...

I was sad indeed since they had to break up the ESG I had spent the entire workup on and airlift 24 MEU to take their place without us.

We wound up escorting NATO ships on a jaunt along the Atlantic Coast instead. How was it, you ask? Well, we spent the World Series steaming in a box off of Boston because the NATO ships (paid for by us) were in port, and we didn't get the money to pull in.

I love coalition ops sometimes...

1/23/2006 8:48 PM

 

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