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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

'Bout Time

Finally... the 2nd episode of the 2nd season of "Hey, Shipwreck" has been posted. This one deals with wakeups and passwords:


Blogger FT2(ss) said...

That defiantly does not remind me of wakeups on my old boat. We either had Baby Doc, our jr. corpsman, climb into your rack if you didnt wake up, to the nav div flashlight that was as bright as the sun.

Im defiantly liking the new animations for the second season.

6/25/2008 12:58 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

So is this now like one of those weird Japanese cartoons where they ride around in big robots? I thought they were just wearing spacesuits but now it seems like Keane is strapped into some sort of cockpit.

6/25/2008 3:47 PM

Blogger Free The Nucs said...



6/25/2008 4:52 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

...Baby Doc...wait a second...

ft2(ss), do I know you?


aka Tweek, aka Mini-Weps, aka Mista Lie-Diggity

6/25/2008 8:22 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

@ LT L and FT2(SS):

There were only three FT2's if it's the old boat I'm thinking of (not counting "scrotum man").

...and, yes - "baby doc" was a joker with the wake-ups. You never wanted to go past three with him that's for sure!

6/26/2008 5:58 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...


6/26/2008 1:58 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Incompetent Idiots

As told to me by an NMCI rep.

6/27/2008 8:43 AM

Blogger MacdeSub said...

I remember on the 612 we turned the whole centerline passageway into a stowage bin. I had one of the primo bunks way up in the overhead, but I had to climb over the stores to get into it. Sometimes I wouldn't hear the 1MC irt "field day" etc. I told the COB that I would be sure to get up if he would bring me a cup of coffee for a wakeup. A week or so later He ripped open my curtain, put a hot cup right on my chest, and said, "Time to get up, Mac"
He didn't have to deliver any more coffee!

6/27/2008 6:36 PM


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