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Thursday, January 25, 2007

When There's Nothing Else To Post...

...the enterprising submarine blogger can always find an upbeat submarine video on YouTube:


Blogger ninme said...

I had no idea they piped adult contemporary through the boat while underway. And who knew life would be so action packed?!

1/25/2007 11:53 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oddly - this video works as well with the original music as it does with Europes "Final Countdown". It works a little too well actually. lol! :)

- from an anonymous subwife.

1/26/2007 4:11 AM

Blogger Bubblehead said...

Ninme: Is Matchbox 20 really "adult contemporary"? I always thought it was "alternative rock", and I fancied myself somewhat "edgy" because I listened to them.

Subwife: There's a song I haven't thought about in 15 years. And now it's stuck in my head. D'oh!

1/26/2007 5:37 AM

Anonymous Buck said...

Loved the EMBT blow matched to the words "...when I could fly around..." Good job with the video. Is the last boat Virginia? Thanks for posting it. We Navy Dads don't see enough of the jobs our sons are doing.

1/26/2007 6:12 AM

Blogger The Clinging Vine said...

Thanks for posting this! As Buck said, Navy parents (well, I'm not a Dad) do love to sneak a peek inside subs. ;^)

Anne in Fort Worth

1/26/2007 7:08 AM

Anonymous chrys said...

Love this one! "You Tube" has saved the day many times over!

1/26/2007 4:06 PM

Anonymous subcomunic8r said...

I have been looking for this video since I saw it on Albany about 5 years ago! Thanks!

1/27/2007 10:45 AM

Blogger Bubblehead said...

I'm pretty sure the last boat shown is either Seawolf or Connecticut.

1/27/2007 2:36 PM

Blogger half said...

Ima lern a little too much about sail shape tho and the secret Regular thing I figured was double deep black.

1/27/2007 3:41 PM


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