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03-11-09, 01:18 PM #301
We are Always Opened, except when we are closed OK?
03-11-09, 01:20 PM #302
Hey! Did you hear someone yell Dive, Dive, Dive?
03-11-09, 01:23 PM #303
You picked a fine time to leave me loose wheel La, La, La.
03-11-09, 01:25 PM #304
I think that guy was trying to threaten us, he was shaking his fist!
03-11-09, 01:28 PM #305
Why can't I be served inside like everyone else?
03-11-09, 01:31 PM #306
I've not understood the large holes in the lobes, now I get it no pockets no problem!
03-11-09, 01:34 PM #307
I know there should be a line for this one but I just come up dry.
03-11-09, 01:37 PM #308
This is not what the Capt. meant when he said take it too dry dock!
03-11-09, 01:42 PM #309
Unh you are! hunh unh your the Idiot nah nah boo boo!
03-11-09, 01:45 PM #310
Baby pigmy monkies
03-11-09, 01:47 PM #311
Another set of pigmy monkies!
03-11-09, 01:52 PM #312
A full grown pigmy monkey.
03-11-09, 04:58 PM #313
03-11-09, 05:13 PM #314
When the Navy's newest ship, the USS New York, is christened this weekend, it will serve as a memorial of Sept. 11, 2001 in more then just name. The leading edge of its bow is made from steel girders salvaged from the ruins of the World Trade Center.
In 2002, the Navy decided to honor New York state, New York City and the victims of 9/11 by naming a soon-to-be-built amphibious vessel the USS New York.
In a further act of symbolism, 7.5 tons of steel I-beams salvaged from the World Trade Center wreckage were melted and formed to make the ship's "bow stem," the leading edge of the ship that connects the bow to the hull.
The USS New York is the fifth ship of the Navy's new San Antonio class of amphibious ships that will be able to carry a landing force of 800 marines, aircraft and landing equipment. The ship will carry a crew of 360 sailors.
03-11-09, 10:10 PM #315
That is awesome Bill good post brother!
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