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You nailed it.
I can relate to ninety percent of them. Thanks for reminding me.
O- sweet memories!! and flash-backs!!
I'm saving this for my son. He hasn't been to sea yet but after his first cruise he will appreciate it.
Oh I had forgotten what San Miguel does to you. Interesting that the San Miguel in Guam or Mexico didn't have the same effect as the Olongapo variety. Maybe it was the combination of SM and bar-b-q from the street vendors that had the lethal effect, at least on anyone who had the misfortune to share a berthing space with you.
This is just to real. Funny but real
Man this is funny. Makes me remember the crazy way we lived and worked!
Found myself laughing hysterically becuasue I indentified with the ambiguity of some of the statements and having lived with many of the incoveniences and disappointments. Would not give up any of it. Its made me who I am. Thanks for the lsugh shipmate. Roberto Ramos, SM1 (USNR-Reitred)
You use 4x4 gauze pads for coffee filters.
23 was a home run...
# 28 brought a tear to my eye
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