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Thursday, January 31, 2008

Cool Things, Multimedia Edition

Surfing around tonight, I found I like this video of dolphins "riding the bow wave" taken from the bridge of USS Wyoming (SSBN 742), as well as this "poster":


Blogger Augie said...

I swear none of my friends here in college understand why I think this is so damned funny.

1/31/2008 10:44 AM

Blogger Brian said...

Wake one of them up wearing something similar and see if they figure it out!

1/31/2008 11:05 AM

Blogger Augie said...

I still preferred my OBA, nothing like turning on the little voice box and yelling "Why are you still in the rack"

1/31/2008 1:01 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

There was once a cartoon on the annual Dolphin Calendar; about 1982, I belive. Anyway it shows two blue shirts about to wake up a Chief. One of them has on a Steinke Hood and the other one has a bucket of water.

Steinke Hood says: I'll pull back the curtain and you throw the water, then I'll yell "Hurry Chief, we're the last ones!"

Now to me that is funny!

1/31/2008 2:05 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I printed out and posted this picture on our bulletin board in the pentagon
today. It lasted all of 5 minutes up there. I suspect that one of my nine E-6's of which 5 of them have been belt-way bandits since the early 90's
just could not see the humor in it. Too funny!

1/31/2008 2:32 PM

Blogger MT1(SS) said...

Another pic

And Another one


1/31/2008 7:37 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Curtain pulled back on groggy mid still in his rack. Guy in mask and canary suit shines a light on the mid's face and shouts, "Hey, Chief, there's somebody still alive in here!"

2/01/2008 6:38 AM

Anonymous sound_man said...

What, no battle lantern?

It's not a good wake up if there's no freight-training.

2/03/2008 12:51 PM


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