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Monday, December 26, 2011

Quote Log

I think most boats had a "green book" or something similar where humorous quotes from crew members were preserved for posterity. It seems to be fairly common throughout the military, as shown my the "Staffer's Hard Sayings Log" I saw when I was at CENTCOM. On submarines, a lot of the quotes that make the cut are inherently funny, some are humorous only to Submariners, and others you won't get unless you know the person or people involved. (Some are put in their by the XO because they're trying to be "one of the guys", but the quote is only funny to him.)

Since it's the end of the year, let's collect some of the funnier quotes that you remember from your submarining days, past or present. One from my past the is humorous to me is as follows:

ENG (after being woken by a phone call at home for the third time that night): "Hello... Hello... I can't hear you!"
EDO (shouting, but sounding very distant): "Eng, you've got the phone upside down!"

See, it's not that funny, but the memory makes me smile whenever I dredge it up. So whether it's the CO's wife giving phone permission for a nuclear evolution in perfect nuclearese or something obscene the AMR Watch said during dependent's cruise, share your funniest quote for our own TSSBP "Virtual Quote Log".


Anonymous Anonymous said...

July 1980, wardroom party at the Engineer's house shortly before deployment. The Engineer's babysitter is rifling through his albums, pulls out one by the Beatles, looks over the back cover of the album, and says "You mean Paul McCartney was in a group before Wings?

12/26/2011 9:55 PM

Anonymous willyrnuke said...

Only about 15 people will get these jokes ,

how many vivinos does it take to change a light bulb one to hold the bulb and four to turn the rack.

What does vivinos rack and a main condenser have in common. 30" vacuum

Why does vivino not talk on the 2jv, because the cord will not reach his rack

What do vivino and a seaman recriut sk have in common, equivalant knowledge about the plant

There are a few more but along the same line enjoy happy new year, I have stick figure drawings also

the green book we had got taken away and destroyed

12/26/2011 10:40 PM

Blogger MCP said...

"Helm, come right, steer course 370."
"Bridge, Helm, say again?"
"Helm, come right, steer course 3-7-0."
"Bridge, Navigator, what are your intentions?!"
"Navigator, Bridge, I intend to come right to 370."
"THERE IS NO 370!!"

12/26/2011 10:47 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

One I will always remember from a list of definitions in the green book: "EDMC: an announcing circuit the engineer uses to spread bullshit."

12/26/2011 11:57 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

On outbound manuevering watch from KBay in 1994ish:

7MC: Navigator, Captain, unf@ck yourself.

7MC: Captain, Navigator, unf@ck myself, Aye sir.

12/27/2011 12:51 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"OOD, is there a periscope in
your family car?"
"No Dive",
"Then why can't you figure out
the direction of seas?"


12/27/2011 1:41 AM

Blogger Soulman said...

K-Bay Trident about 98'... "F-You... I have integrity until proven otherwise!"

12/27/2011 3:49 AM

Anonymous Dardar the Submarian said...

COW: Fuck. . . Goddamnit. . . Fuck.
OOD: Chief of the Watch, is there a problem.
COW: This fucking boat is filled with a bunch of assholes. I'm tired of all of the bullshit.
OOD: Chief, if you hate these people so much, why did you just reenlist?
COW: (Taking a big drag off of a cigarette) Because it's the good life, Babe.

12/27/2011 4:49 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Next time in Subic I'm going to walk the straight and narrow - LT G.

This space reserved for LT G's rationalizing straying from the straight and narrow

12/27/2011 5:02 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

At communion i thought they were going to refuse me the wine, you could smell that shitty run a mile away.
I better be careful, otherwise i will take advantage of myself.
US Navy - Harder , Slower, more expensive
Its not that i don't trust EB, but I don't trust EB
Is this (new tech) going on a surface ship first?
No, submarine
Awwwww shit

12/27/2011 5:51 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Radio, Conn: Keep playing with it until you get it up."

12/27/2011 7:41 AM

Anonymous STS2 said...

Doing sound cuts with the TB-29 array
OOD "Sonar, Conn, would it be possible to turn the ship so that the end of the towed array would touch the tip of the sonar dome"

Sonar Supe(me)"Conn, Sonar that sort of turning radius is not recommended for the TB-29 array, however if anyone can stick the ship's head up it's own ass, it'd be you sir"

12/27/2011 7:54 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Control, Bridge, pump up the volume on the bridge speakers."

12/27/2011 8:02 AM

Blogger Ret ANAV said...

ANAV (after repeated recommendations): "OOD, it's not physically possible to clear a Red Sounding by sitting here like a dumb sh1t."

OOD: "What do I need to do?"

ANAV: "Go somewhere ELSE!"

12/27/2011 8:22 AM

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12/27/2011 9:01 AM

Anonymous Jay the Nuk said...

When on the receiving end of some stupid bullshitting from a rather obnoxious Nuk EM:

Nuk EM: Bla Bla Bla (can't remember the exact words)

Me: At least I've never meggered anyone!!!!

12/27/2011 9:34 AM

Blogger wtfdnucsailor said...

This will only be funny to submariners - Duty IC of the Watch performing messenger duty made the following report to the CO in the Wardroom - "Captain, the Officer of the Deck sends his respects and reports that we have completed flushing the battery and the TDU is on the finishing rate." Captain with a straight face - "Very Well". As the ICman closes the door to the wardroom, he pauses as he realizes what he said and the Wardroom, including the CO, have dissolved in laughter behind the closed door

12/27/2011 9:56 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not so long ago, on patrol in 2000FM's of water, no contacts. All of a sudden a deep rumble and the ship shutters slightly.

Everyone rushes to Control including myself (ANAV), CO, XO, SONAR SUP, off-going QMOW, and NAVSUP from NAVCTR.

The OOD comes shallow, QMOW goes active on all fathometers. Nothing out of the ordinary. I send the messenger to find the NAV.

After about 10 minutes of discussing theories, the NAV shows up in PT gear, sweating. The following conversation takes place:

NAV: "What's going on ANAV?"

CO: "NAV did you feel the ship shutter and the rumbling noise?"

NAV: "Yes sir, what do you think it was?"

CO: "You felt it but didn't respond to Control right away? Anyway, we think is was some seismic activity."

NAV: "Oh good, I thought maybe we ran aground."

EVERYONE stares at the NAV...

ANAV: "NAV please leave Control."

CO: "ANAV good luck. Please draft a message and we will send it off later."

Jim C.
Retired ANAV

12/27/2011 12:25 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

On surface doing man overboard drills. New Chinese-American officer with bad accent takes the conn. I was on the helm:
"Bridge, helm, say again"
"Bridge, helm, you are comming through garbled."
CO: "Helm, bridge, are you having communication difficulties?"
"Bridge, helm, affirmative, I only speak English."

CO was not amused as the control room dissolved into laughter.

12/27/2011 1:34 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Spending your twenties on a boat: Blowing the best years of your life into your socks!
Engineer (during wardroom training): "To address a recent ORSE comment, we are going to split our officer engineering training into two sessions."
Bull Ensign: "Or, you could just designate which half of us need to stay awake during the training."

12/27/2011 2:24 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually in a SSN green book, hull number anonymous to protect the guilty:

"I did not get a blowjob from that woman. If she had, she'd have choked, and died...and we'd have had a body on our hands."

12/27/2011 3:05 PM

Blogger hughmon said...

SHAFT ALLEY:CONTROL House the anchor.
CONTROL:SHAFT ALLEY Uh, the anchor's fine how's the BCP?

12/27/2011 3:06 PM

Blogger 4MC said...

The FTLCPO quietly released a nasty fart, forcing the now pissed-off CO to secure battle stations (drill).

As the AOW donned a spare FTOW eye patch, I told him I was going to draw a cool looking eye on it.
Of course I lied, and instead wrote "Fuck You." Not a minute later the burly XO walks into Control and looks over at said AOW......ah, good times.

SSN 664 circa 1988

12/27/2011 3:38 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

XO.. Announcing over the 1MC:

"Liberty is secured until moral improves"

12/27/2011 5:34 PM

Anonymous Striker Yeoman said...

After the COW the Radio LCPO had released a horrible fart that had all of control gagging.

DOOW: Chief of the watch if you ever do that again we will all don EAB's for timing.

The old prank.

"Request permission to blow the MPA."
Stunned silence.
EWS: I've heard of people doing this but I've never seen it.
EOOW/MPA: ...I'm the MPA. Proceed.

12/27/2011 5:35 PM

Anonymous mln84 said...

Beginning Tailhook-inspired training, XO says, "Sexual harassment is a touchy subject."

This was the first thing in our new-con wardroom quotebook, which began its life as a few notecards carried around in my pocket for a few months, but then graduated to a green book.

12/27/2011 6:34 PM

Anonymous 667snipe said...

CO: Right five degrees rudder, ahead standard.

Bridge lookout: Captain, Puget Sound ferry bearing 019!

CO: We're a United States warship, G*dammit! We don't yield to ferries!

12/27/2011 6:36 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

5 minutes before - 1MC - "Vistors will be on board from now until further notice"

5 minutes later - ENG - your full of $%#@ XO, you don't know anything about the engineering plant.

XO - at the top of his lungs - "I am an executive officer in the United States Navy!!!! You will treat me with respect!

ENG - Your a #*$(#( idiot.

Just outside the XO stateroom - a 5yr old girl with her parents walks by with fear in her eyes and two parents who now know to never let their daughter marry a sailor or join the Navy.

12/27/2011 7:12 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

1. XO on bridge to bridge responding to a distress call from the coast guard moments after we test fired a Trident missile for DASO...
"US coast guard this Navy unit 733 the rapidly rising object is from my unit."

2. A JO (with heavy sarcasm) after being asked if he was going to stay in the Navy...
"Hell yea, where else can you find a job where they let you take the company boat out for six months a year?!"

3. OOD after receiving permission to go deep: Dive make your depth 78feet. DOOW with no hessitation: Officer of the deck, on ordered depth 78ft.

4. Captain, after comming into dinner late: Where's the ENG, is he on watch? Burst of laughter...


12/27/2011 8:45 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"sir, you're in the way"
"I'm the officer of the deck, I am the way"

12/28/2011 3:50 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

When I was on deployment in 98 onboard PASADENA we maintained the "inboard shitter log" in ML head. People waited in line to use that stall....I suppose all of that would be hazing now. It was a lot of fun and it was equal opportunity as everyone was included from the top to the bottom.


12/28/2011 9:11 AM

Anonymous STS2 said...

For our deployment, also in 98, we put graph paper on the inboard side of the ML shitter doors, it kept the graffiti off the toilet paper and made for some outstanding reading....the rape list was awesome, until one of the pussy ass CT's we had aboard had issue with his name being on there.

The Sonar green book had this in the "Nub code of conduct": "When it's time for you to open your mouth, you'll know'll hear a zipper" and "You were not assaulted, your head hurts because of the massive amount of knowledge it just got blasted with"

12/28/2011 10:20 AM

Anonymous JTav8r said...

Maneuvering watch -returning from patrol to home port - Late 1985 or early 1986:

Throttleman - Man, I can't wait to walk in the door, crack the top on an ice cold beer, say hi to the old lady and drink that warm beer!

Rest of the watch in Maneuvering: ROFL

12/28/2011 11:42 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

OOD shouts to MM2(SS) Bartholemew: Nice to see a nuc line hander for a change.

Bartholemew shouts to OOD: F_ _ k you, you pollock!

from 1968

12/28/2011 4:30 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

In a Fast Attack wardroom, while discussing the location of a certain object or piece of equipment on a boomer:

Nav: "It's in the missile compartment...right next to the tampon dispenser."

12/28/2011 4:45 PM

Blogger Old Salt said...

Officer/LPO Call around Christmas, and someone is talking about black ice. The COB stands up and says "I ain't never seen a patch of ice I couldn't see..." Laughter from the crowd, and a F@<k You All from the COB.

12/29/2011 12:21 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pulling into P-Can with the Tug Elizabeth Anne moving slowly ahead...

OOD at a loss for the correct verbiage for overtaking says, "Elizabeth Anne, Elizabeth Anne, we are coming up your rear."

12/29/2011 6:21 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

In the post-Tailhook FlailEx we had our mandatory sexual harrasment training by the very crusty TMC. Training started with the words, "Now I know that this is how most of you met your wives and girlfriends..."

12/29/2011 8:40 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Plant operating 2F/2F:


TM: "EOOW, all ahead full."

EOOW: "Very well, TM."

[brief silent pause]

TM (annoyed): "Sir, recommend 'Coordinate with the RO to answer the ordered--'"

EOOW (deadpan): "TM, answer [redacted AII turns number] RPM."

TM: "... ... Answer [redacted] RPM, aye."

12/29/2011 11:02 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

During O-training in the wardroom on the 735, water begain pouring down the fake wood paneling on the bulkead. The Nav rocked back in his chair, put his hand in the water stream and placed his finger to his lips. "It's seawater, Captain".

...Or maybe it was the CO/XO head overflowing due to a failed flush valve?

12/29/2011 12:07 PM

Anonymous Laughter in Manslaughter. said...

A-Gang LPO: Hey nub, get down there and clean out the deep bilge
Nub: But I don't fit down there
LPO:You have fish?
Nub: No
LPO:Then you fit down there

EDMC on the mess decks:Hey, we're all out of coffee
CS1: Then make some
EDMC: I only make coffee at home, not here
CS1: Then I guess you're not getting any copy

EM2: FFEs are to keep you warm after the fire goes out

12/29/2011 12:17 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nav walks in to the WR with a bowl of ice cream.

Nav: "Captain, chart XXXX is ready for review"

CO: "Very well, who relieved you as OOD?"

Nav: "Oh #@$&!"

12/29/2011 12:41 PM

Blogger tennvol said...

How I wish I had the wardroom green book from my time on my first boat. There were some priceless slams in there.

12/29/2011 12:54 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

[JO] on periscope:
"Oh, shit."

12/29/2011 1:31 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was mess cranking on the728 in 86 working the food line for breakfast. I had been on board 3 weeks. I think I was a Seaman Duce. COB comes through the line and asks for some of that rice. I reply " Boy, thems ain't rice, thems grits!". He didn't know what to say. Same run the Weps at GMT goes to start a Radcon tape. I'm still cranking and say "not till you sweep the fucking deck!". Someone says "hey that's a nub". I got 1/2 my quality card signed off.
Lcdr L

12/29/2011 5:14 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon at 12:41 - I'm pretty sure that's happened to everyone who ever stood OOD . . .

12/29/2011 9:51 PM

Anonymous dirty blueshirt said...

ORSE Work-up drill set: answering A1/3 2s/2s. NI faults and indicates loss of 2&3 MCP slow speed. EOT rings up with A III. Shift pumps out of habit 1-2-3-4. After pulling to start #1 I get GRP Scram rod bottom lights, and the new nick-name "1 slow".

12/29/2011 11:20 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

On the Bremerton in the Pearl Oparea on the mid-watch as QMOW. Newly minted OOD keeps changing depth, course, speed, generally driving us nuts. Then since it was in the night that he "may" come to PD decides to do just that. After the obligatory "No close contacts"
ESM:"Conn, ESM, picking up commercial airborne radar.
OOD:"ESM, Conn, what kind of radar?"
ESM: "Conn, ESM, commercial airborne, I don't know what flight number they are."

Same watch with same OOD, this exchange;
Sonar: "Conn, Sonar, picking up underwater morse code."
Conn: "Sonar, Conn, what are they saying?"
Sonar: "Conn, Sonar, Dit, dit, dit, dah, dah."

12/30/2011 12:34 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Watching a movie in the wardroom. typical patrol flick with lots of sex...

During one of the good parts, the CO walks into the wardroom. So he asks the normal question "What's this?"

JO responds "...Uh... That's Sex Captain."

12/30/2011 1:44 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

FTOW on the scope.

SONAR: Conn, Sonar, P-3 detected on the towed array.

OOD: FTOW, you have any contacts on the scope.


SONAR: Conn, Sonar, receiving multiple bouy splashes.

OOD: FTOW, do you see a P-3??

FTOW: No sir, but I do have a plane with alot of people jumping out of it!

12/30/2011 5:31 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

While broached

OOD: Dive, take her down, take her deep, make your depth six zero feet (adjust by class as necessary)

12/31/2011 12:15 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Every green book I knew of was eventually located and destroyed by the powers that be....

My guess is the fear they would reveal too much.

12/31/2011 9:46 AM

Anonymous SubTroll said...

WESTPAC 89 on USS USS Ustafish:

I was about a month shy of getting my fish. We were underway and I had just made a coffee run for the Control Room. Everyone was snickering so I knew something was up.

COW: Go back to manuvering and get some waterslugs.
ME:(rolling eyes) Are you F'ng kidding me?
So I trudge back to manuvering and enter with everyone laughing their butts off.
EOOW: You know they are F'ing with you.
EOOW: Well let's f&*k with them back. Go down to the mess decks and get some condoms from Doc's bag O condoms.
So off I go and bring some back. My buddy Nucs unrolled three of them and squirted some waterless hand cleaner in them. You know that white stuff. And then they wrapped them in a chemwipe. So off to Control I go.
OOD: Did you get some waterslugs?
Me; Yes Sir
OOD:(Without looking up he puts his hand out) Well hand them over.
So I dropped one in his hand. Needless to say he freaked out a bit. And the rest my shipmates were laughing their butts off.
OOD: )(&*^*&%%(&$^&(*^&)(*^
ME: That is what they gave me.
Needless to say the OOD called back aft then they let him in on the joke. The best part of it was we have a few jokers that would have filled the condoms with shall we say the real thing.

Dang I miss being underway.

12/31/2011 8:43 PM

Anonymous Free no more said...

"Dang I miss being underway"......

Go to prison for 6 months, same thing except for the rapes and/or shank attempts, but then again no field days, drills, or pms.

12/31/2011 8:51 PM

Anonymous Alex Fleming said...

Manuevering Watch outbound from Guam - passing Orote Point, large wave taken over the sail

"OOD, Contact Coordinator, recommend coming right into the seas to reduce roll"

"Contact Coordinator, Captain, the OOD is standing on the Port Fairwater Plane. The JOOD has the CONN."

1/02/2012 2:23 PM

Blogger Todd Knapek said...

So Joel - this actually happened when you were Shift Eng on the 626. Between the crews there were incidents of folks getting shocked due to improper tag-out or just plain stupidity over the course of about a month. At muster, it was announced that the next person that got shocked would go to Mast. So, don't be that guy.

I was standing ERS and my favorite chief of all time was EWS when a newly qualified electrician came booking it up the ladder saying "Chief! Chief! I was just shocked!"

Chief looked at him, and with a completely straight face, held out his hand and said "You were not shocked. You were SURPRISED! Because if you were shocked, we'd have a real problem right now."

I laugh just about every day remembering that. I also laugh about the same Chief throwing a chair over another students head in a training room because he cut him off leaving the base the day before. That guy was the best.

1/02/2012 9:54 PM

Anonymous JPM said...

OOD coming to initial PD, with no contacts on sonar: "I have a surface contact on this bearing, approaching rapidly..." (bow null)

CO: "WHAT!?!?!"

OOD: "Yes, sir. Wait I can see the's the NOSMO KING." (So close the OOD is reading the No Smoking sign next to a large paint locker.)

CO: "Emergency Deep!"

Same CO at DIVE/COW training later in the deployment: "OK, I'm not going to write this down, but if you ever hear an OOD use the words 'Oh shit' while on the scope, you will immediately execute Emergency Deep procedures. I'll back you up if the OOD is pissed off afterwards."

(4 EDs executed this way...for good reason...during the course of the patrol.)

1/03/2012 8:55 AM

Anonymous JPM said...

Excitable EOOW U/I picks up 2MC to announce a steam line rupture drill: "--<5 seconds of silence>--." (as his lips start speeding up)
Qualified EOOW pulls U/I's arm over, squeezes the the key, and says with total deadpan: "The following announcement will now be garbled."
EOOW U/I realizing he has to say something: "ssss-tubb,UBB, ah ah AH AH, rub-a-gu-gahhh....ahhhhhhhhhh SHIT!" (or noises to that effect)
Drill is subsequently secured by ENG because everybody in the ER has fallen over laughing.

Wardroom wives at Christmas Party, Pearl Harbor, late 80s, JO Wife #1: "What is this Admiral you all work for? Uh, you call him 'SUBCOMPAC'??"
JO Wife #2: "Oh yeah, he's the little Admiral!"

And best words I ever learned while on liberty in the PI: "We go NOW! Time is MONEY!!"

1/03/2012 9:15 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Secure ventilizing . . . equilate ship's pressure"

1/03/2012 10:36 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

With the drill team on station ready to commence ER drills, a drill team member had inadvertently placed his drill radio in "vox". The RO monitor tells the EO to check his radio, to which the EO monitor responds with, "Its not this...the Eng is booger eatin' moron." To which the EOOW responds, "you mean this Engineer?" ...and points to the Eng standing right behind the EO monitor.

1/03/2012 3:06 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

At divisional muster the morning after RTP from a typical 70 day Trident patrol, EM2 rolls in late in the middle of quarters. The LPO laid into him immediately. The EM2 replied, "But I haven't late in 2 months!" His LPO yelled, "Because we've been at sea you dumba@@!"

1/03/2012 3:19 PM

Blogger Jon said...

Todd: Concerning the electrocution bit... I remember when I was on the Arkansas that it was basically an unwritten rule that if you did get shocked, but it was minor, your exclamation should always be "Ouch! That's sharp!" and never "I got shocked!"

I only had to say it once, and it was my own stupid fault.

1/04/2012 10:29 AM

Blogger Jon said...

And now for a bunch of quotes...

"Hey messenger watch, tell whomever is going to relieve me, to go to medical, because thats were the're going to end up anyway!" - Person getting bagged on the watch.

"Oh you're a Nuke? You need a haircut"

"What's the only good thing about the USS Ustafish? When we get to Hell we won't be NUBS."

"Painted dirt is clean dirt" - Anyone who ever had to do an ORSE prep.

1/04/2012 10:48 AM

Blogger Mark Balzer said...

snuck home a bunch of cuban cigars from Holy Loch in the ELT cruise box. Didn't make to the off crew office before they were unpacked and had to go retrieve them from the XO's office. After he yelled at me for about 5 min because he had to I offered him one and we sat there in his office smoking cigars for about 15 min when he threw me out and told me, while wagging the cigar at me, to never do it again. I didn't but those were good cigars.

1/05/2012 2:26 PM

Blogger Mark Balzer said...

if you know why this is funny contact me at

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1/06/2012 8:14 AM

Anonymous Jay the Nuk said...

I know I won't be contacting you...

1/06/2012 9:49 AM

Blogger Mark Balzer said...

no need to be nasty

1/10/2012 11:09 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

MM2: "F--k Jesus, he's a c--ksucker!"

Best quote ever, and totally warranted after 365 hours of "The Greatest Story Ever Told."

1/17/2012 10:44 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

36 hours - damn typos.

1/17/2012 10:45 AM

Anonymous Jay the Nuk said...

Keep the typo in (365 hours). Makes the quote funnier.

1/24/2012 9:40 AM

Anonymous ELT said...

COB quoted during a quarters immediately prior to Field Day
"Today the field day will focus on dirt"

MM2(SS) ELT type

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Studies have shown that, as late as 2001, the average Cuban's standard of living was lower than before the downturn of the post-Soviet period. Paramount issues have been state salaries failing to meet personal needs under the state rationing system, chronically plagued with shortages. The variety and quantity of available rationed goods declined.Bentley pens
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4/04/2012 4:29 PM

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Palatalization means that the center of the tongue is raised during and after the articulation of the consonant. In the case of /tʲ/ and /dʲ/, the tongue is raised enough to produce slight frication (affricate sounds). These sounds: /t, d, ts, s, z, n and rʲ/ are dental, that is pronounced with the tip of the tongue against the teeth rather than against the alveolar ridge.

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The two reciprocating engines were giants, each 63 feet (19 m) long and weighing 720 tons. Their bedplates alone weighed a further 195 tons.[24] They were powered by steam produced in 29 boilers, 24 of which were double-ended and 5 single-ended, which contained a total of 159 furnaces.
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4/18/2012 5:25 PM

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Temperatures throughout the year average 22°C to 29°C and humidity average 75%. The northern coastal plains are normally hotter averaging 34°C during the day in the dry season. The south coast is generally cooler than the north, and highland areas inland are cooler again. The wet season begins in October ending in April during which rain falls mostly in the afternoons and intermittently during other parts of the year.
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4/19/2012 2:47 PM

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During World War II, the French were defeated by the Germans in 1940. For French Indochina, this meant that the colonial authorities became Vichy French, allies of the German-Italian Axis powers. In turn this meant that the French collaborated with the Japanese forces after their invasion of French Indochina during 1940. The French continued to run affairs in the colony, but ultimate power resided in the hands of the Japanese.
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Akhenaten instigated the earliest verified expression of monotheism, (although the origins of a pure monotheism are the subject of continuing debate within the academic community and some state that Akhenaten restored monotheism while others point out that he merely suppressed a dominant solar cult by the assertion of another, while he never completely abandoned several other traditional deities). Scholars believe that Akhenaten's devotion to his deity, Aten, offended many in power below him, which contributed to the end of this dynasty; he later suffered damnatio memoriae.
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4/22/2012 1:30 PM

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if only as a source for building material elsewhere. Once it was abandoned it remained uninhabited until Roman settlement[4] began along the edge of the Nile. However, due to the unique circumstances of its creation and abandonment, it is questionable how representative of ancient Egyptian cities it actually is. Akhetaten was hastily constructed and covered an area of approximately 8 miles (13 km) of territory on the east bank
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4/22/2012 2:00 PM

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The colonial regime proved severely detrimental to overall education for Algerian Muslims, who had previously relied on religious schools to learn reading, writing, and engage in religious studies. Not only did the state appropriate the habus lands (the religious foundations that constituted the main source of income for religious institutions, including schools) in 1843, but colon officials refused to allocate enough money to maintain schools and mosques properly and to provide for enough teachers and religious leaders for the growing population[citation needed] . In 1892, more than five times as much was spent for the education of Europeans as for Muslims, who had five times as many children of school age.
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4/29/2012 12:35 PM

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Polynesian languages, but where present it is one of the most common consonants) is indicated by an apostrophe. For example: 'a versus a. This is somewhat of an anomaly as the apostrophe is most often used to represent letters which have been omitted, while the glottal stop is rather a consonant which is not written. The problem can somewhat be alleviated by changing the simple apostrophe for a curly one, taking a normal apostrophe for the elision and the inverted comma for the glottal stop. The latter method has come into common use in Polynesian languages.
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exploring bodies throughout the Solar System with advanced robotic missions such as New Horizons,[13] and researching astrophysics topics, such as the Big Bang, through the Great Observatories and associated programs.[14] NASA shares data with various national and international organizations such as from the Greenhouse Gases Observing Satellite.
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4/30/2012 1:20 PM

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The final phase of accession involves bilateral negotiations between the applicant nation and other working party members regarding the concessions and commitments on tariff levels and market access for goods and services. The new member's commitments are to apply equally to all WTO members under normal non-discrimination rules, even though they are negotiated bilaterally.
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5/01/2012 5:27 AM

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The Smashing Pumpkins had transformed themselves into a major label success. Strong album sales and large-scale tours propelled the band's increasing fame in the 1990s, while Chamberlin's drug problems escalated until he had to be fired. The Pumpkins continued as a three-piece until Chamberlin rejoined the band in 1999, then broke up in 2000. Corgan started a new band with Chamberlin right away, called Zwan, and after their demise, he released a solo album (The Future Embrace) and a collection of poetry (Blinking with Fists) before setting his sights on reforming the Smashing Pumpkins.
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In 1907, at the request of the New Zealand Parliament, King Edward VII proclaimed New Zealand a dominion within the British Empire, reflecting its self-governing status. In 1947 the country adopted the Statute of Westminster, making New Zealand a Commonwealth realm.[45] New Zealand was involved in world affairs, fighting alongside the British Empire in the First and Second World Wars[50] and suffering through the Great Depression

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5/03/2012 3:21 AM

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Zealanders achieve higher living standards than both Australia and Western Europe in the 1950s and 1960s.[179] In 1973 New Zealand's export market was reduced when the United Kingdom joined the European Community[180] and other compounding factors, such as the 1973 oil and 1979 energy crisis, led to a severe economic depression.[181] Living standards in New Zealand fell behind those of Australia and Western Europe, and by 1982 New Zealand had the lowest per-
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5/03/2012 4:27 AM

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Banksian Black Cockatoo, or simply Black Cockatoo.[14] Indigenous people of the central Cape York Peninsula have several names for the bird: (minha) pachang in Pakanh; (inh -) inhulg in Uw Oykangand; and (inh -) anhulg in Uw Olkola. (The bracketed prefix (inh- or minha) is a qualifier meaning 'meat' or 'animal'.)[15] Ngarnarrh or KarnamarrTo are terms used by the Gunwinggu of Arnhem Land.[16] In Central Australia, southwest of Alice Springs, the Pitjantjatjara term for the subspecies C. b. samueli is iranti.[17] Karrak is a Noongar term derived from the call for the southwestern race C. b. naso.
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5/04/2012 3:04 AM

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Juvenile Red-tailed Black Cockatoos resemble females until puberty, which occurs around four years of age, but have paler yellow barred underparts.[22] As the birds reach maturity, males gradually replace their yellow tail feathers with red ones; the complete process takes around four years.[37] As with other cockatoos, the Red-tailed Black Cockatoo can be very long-lived in captivity; in 1938, ornithologist Neville Cayley reported one over fifty years old at Taronga Zoo.[38] Another bird residing at London and Rotterdam Zoos was 45 years and 5 months of age when it died in 1979
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Like many Australian cockatoos and parrots, the Red-tailed Black Cockatoo is threatened by the thriving illegal trade in bird smuggling.[61] High demand and high transit mortality mean that many more birds are taken from the wild than actually sold.[62] In 1997, the Northern Territory Government's Department of Natural Resources, Environment and The Arts (NRETA) proposed a management plan of C. b. macrorhynchus to stem the illegal trade in eggs and nestlings.
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5/04/2012 6:25 AM

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Dancing or yoi as they call it, is a part of everyday life. Tiwi inherit their totemic dance from their mother. Narrative dances are performed to depict everyday life or historical events. The land on both islands is heavily forested.
Notable Tiwi people include David Kantilla, Austin Wonaeamirri and Adam Kerinaua. The stolen generation saw many indigenous people brought to the Tiwi Islands but not of direct Tiwi descent.
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prominent New England physician, Goodale grew up in a highly intellectual environment that greatly contributed to her interests, abilities, and later, to her career.[2] Goodale’s interest in genealogy, which was later emphasized in her work with the Tiwi, began at an early age within her own family lineage. Able to trace her family history back to the early 1630s in the New England area, Goodale was proud of her ancestors’
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Goodale received her Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1959. While still a student in the University of Pennsylvania she served as the newsletter editor for the venerable Philadelphia Anthropological Society and she would later on help found and then presided over the Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania (ASAO), the premier organization of Pacific anthropologists.Before receiving her Ph. D Goodale worked as Carleton Coon’s assistant.
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The next major power in the region was the Illinois Confederation or Illini, a political alliance among several tribes. There were about 25,000 Illinois Indians in 1700, but systematic attacks and warfare by the Iroquois reduced their numbers by 90 percent.[22] Gradually, members of the Potawatomi, Miami, Sauk, and other tribes came in from the east and north.

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Taxes in India decreased during the colonial period for most of India's population; with the land tax revenue claiming 15% of India's national income during Mogul times compared with 1% at the end of the colonial period. The percentage of national income for the village economy increased from 44% during Mogul times to 54% by the end of colonial period. India's per capita GDP decreased from $550 in 1700 to $520 by 1857, although it had increased to $618 by 1947
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5/05/2012 6:15 AM

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Harvard-educated lawyer-turned-bounty hunter hired by a group of wealthy industrialists to track and capture outlaw John Bly and his gang. Bruce Campbell plays Brisco, who is joined by a colorful group of supporting characters, including Julius Carry as fellow bounty hunter Lord Bowler and Christian Clemenson as stick-in-the-mud lawyer Socrates Poole. While ostensibly a Western, the series routinely includes elements of the science fiction and steampunk genres.
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