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Thursday, March 30, 2006

Nothing At All Sexual About This Photo

Navy NewsStand has a series of photos of USS Dallas (SSN 700) in action with the Seal Delivery Vehicle in Norfolk (here, here, here, here, and here). The third photo in the set shows the SDV being loaded into the Dry Deck Shelter:

Yep, just a large cylindrical object being inserted into its natural home, and nothing else. Anyone who thinks differently really needs to get their minds out of the gutter.

Going deep...

9 Comments:

Blogger Chap said...

only one DDS? Feh.

3/30/2006 7:13 AM

 
Blogger William the Coroner said...

Yep, just a large cylindrical object being inserted into its natural home, and nothing else. Anyone who thinks differently really needs to get their minds out of the gutter.

That's a phallusy, Bubblehead

3/30/2006 7:37 AM

 
Blogger Brainy435 said...

"Going deep?" Appears Freudian in this post, no?

3/30/2006 9:13 AM

 
Blogger half said...

That's a phallusy, Bubblehead

Fetch the list!

3/30/2006 1:53 PM

 
Blogger Baronger said...

Considering my mind is in the gutter for air to air refueling, I doubt it will get out of the gutter for this.

3/30/2006 3:45 PM

 
Blogger Clance' McClannahan said...

I used to have agutter in there somewhere...but it seems to have disappeared. I miss it.
I am in Meridian. I looked for you email link and didn't see it.My blog addresses are:
The Church of the Great Oval
(Honoring the Sacred Sport of NASCAR) http://churchofthegreatoval.blogspot.com
and On a Quest, a little more about me.
http://clancesotherblog@blogspot.com
Thanks for keeping the list up dated!!

3/30/2006 11:33 PM

 
Anonymous Were-Kitten said...

All this talk about going deep, and large cylindrical objects being inserting into its natural home makes me purrrrrrrrr.

(just as long as it's not going into dry dock. dry docking is bad. very, very bad)

4/01/2006 6:52 AM

 
Blogger Chap said...

What? Were you on Birmingham when it fell over in drydock?

Man was that a Bad Day indicator...

4/01/2006 4:19 PM

 
Blogger John of Argghhh! said...

Agutter? Jenny? MmmmmmmmMmmmm!

4/02/2006 1:24 AM

 

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