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    Default Using Facebook To Help A Shipmate

    This has been making the rounds via email. Apparently some cadet tried using facebook on his cell phone to find help answering the 2/m's questions


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    Time for someone to help tune a radar and go find a few gallons of black and yellow strip paint.

    If he does those well then we can talk about getting a bucket of wheel wash for testing.
    Winter is coming....

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    And the nefarious mail buoy. . .

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    Default Re: Using Facebook To Help A Shipmate

    Quote Originally Posted by Jemplayer View Post
    Time for someone to help tune a radar and go find a few gallons of black and yellow strip paint.

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    Shame on your Jemplayer, the correct industry terminology for "Black and yellow strip paint" is BumbleBee Stripping. I mention this because it's important to teach these young cadets the use of proper nomenclature from day 1!


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    Default Re: Using Facebook To Help A Shipmate

    What's the ID of a 1" OD Fallopian Tube (thick walled)?

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    If y'all don't stop using the wrong names for these nautical things, I am going to throw you through that little round window. . . .

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    I don't know why...



    But I think I don't like this thread.

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